Current News and Events
May 14th 2018
Hello! We hope you have all been enjoying the recent sunny weather! We have some great seasonal products in store right now including frozen treats like dog yogurts, dog freeze pops and frozen bones. All help to keep your dog cool in this beautiful weather.
We also have cool mats, travel water bottles, fold down bowls and sun mist to help keep your furry pals comfortable. We stock tie out stakes and cables, perfect for camping!
In other news, Chester is getting on really well. He has settled in amazingly and is the best tempered dog. He likes to greet you if he's in the shop, he loves a cuddle! Chester is currently being fed Privilege Grain Free duck and massively approves! He loves it!
March 29th 2018
For those that don't already know, we have a new recruit! His name is Chester and he is a liver and white Springer Spaniel. He belongs to the owner Martin. He came from a lovely home who didn't want to part with him but work pressures forced the rehome. Martin is over the moon with him and he is proving to be a wonderful dog.
If you would like to keep up with Chester and his progress take a look at our Facebook page. We have pictures of him and updates.
March 6th 2018
Well.....we had snow! We hope you all enjoyed yourselves and managed to get around ok! We managed to be open Friday and Saturday if not a bit shorter. Bird seed was in demand! Its lovely to see all our local people taking such good care of the wild birds!
In the meantime our deliveries are getting back to normal and we should be back to full stock levels by the end of this week. Sorry to any of you who had their items delayed, we did try our best but mother nature had other ideas!
We have some great offers in store now for March, check out the Special Offer tab of the left habd side of the page.
Spring will soon be on its way!
March 1st 2018
So the snow is coming after all! Make sure you all stay safe! Keep your pets warm and dry. If you are walking your dogs make sure you clean their paws when they return to get rid of any salt or anti freeze that may be on there.
Dont forget to check rabbit and guinea pig bottles for freezing and put in lots of extra bedding if they are outside. If you can put them in a shed or bring them in, even better.
So for now, enjoy the snow and lets see what happens!
23rd Januray 2018
Happy New Year! Sorry its a little belated! So whats new for 2018? Well im sure most of you know that we sold our Clevedon store back in September last year so now we only have the two stores: Nailsea and Portishead.
Although we were sad to see the Clevedon store and its staff go, its given us more time to concentrate on bringing you fresh and exciting new products this year. We have started the year well with a little shift around and made some more room for some of our top lines like natural dog treats which are massively growing in popularity.
So far this year weve introduced some new dog treats, cat toys and scratchers and bird feeders to our extensive range. Expect much more to come!
Any ideas for things we should stock? Please fill our our contact form on the website or message our Facebook page!
30th December 2017
We hope you and your pets all had a wonderful Christmas! We are closed tomorrow and Monday but back open on Tueday 2nd January 2018 with some great new items in stock!
If you got a new pet over the Christmas period we would love to hear about them or prehaps bring them in!
Happy New Year to all our customers!
14th December 2017
With Christmas just around the corner we have a large selection of toys and treats for your pets in stock! From pigs in blankets to pawsecco, natural nibbles to delux treats we are sure to have something your pet will love.
15th July 2017
Are you really giving your dog a Grain Free Diet?
Grain Free dog food is experiencing a massive rise in popularity, and for good reason. People are taking much more of an interest in what they are putting into their pets now and more companies are bringing our high quality Grain Free diets to suit demand.We see a lot of customers buying Grain Free food for their dogs in particular. Grain free diets can help reduce and even eliminate conditions such as flaky and itchy skin, digestive upsets, loose stools and excess excitability.
But What About Your Treat Choice?
Many of the dog treats you see on the shelves will have cereal in them. Most of the well knows bands seen on the TV will contain some kind of cereal. This will counteract all the hard work you are doing with your food.A customer recently came in. They were feeding a high quality Grain Free diet and couldn’t work out why her dog still had red itchy skin. After going through all the common problems: change in washing powder, different plants, new shampoo, we had a look at what treats and extras the dog was given. It transpired the dog was being given mainly cereal based treats. In this case it was Bonio and Markies. After taking these out of the dogs diet, 2 weeks later the customer returned to say what a noticeable difference she has seen in her dog and the redness is nearly completely gone. Now this is not to say every dog wont tolerate cereal. These treats are all suitable for dogs as they wouldn't be able to be sold. BUT if you have a sensitive dog especially if its on a special diet, it’s definitely something to look at. We do an ever expanding range of natural, cereal free treats in our stores. So you can still treat your pet without risk of upsetting their symptoms further.Please pop in and ask if you would like any help with either Grain Free food or Grain Free treats.
3rd June 2017
Sorry for the lack of activity here on our website, we've been very busy updating our Facebook and Instagram. If you don't already, go follow us - Aarons Pets Ltd.
We have some great seasonal products in stock now:
- Dog Ice Creams - Frozzys
- Cooling Mats - Keep pets cool from between 2-6 hours
- Tie Out Cables and Ground Spikes - Ideal for camping
- Automatic Cat Feeders
We have also added to our Privilege Grain Free dog range with 4 new lines including 2 small breed adult.
9th March 2017
Veloxa - Why you need to deworm your dog
Worms are internal parasites that affect all kinds of pet. Most live in the digestive tract, feeding on blood and ingested food. Worms Can cause diseases, be passed to humans, cause discomfort and stress and also have deadly consequences in extreme cases
Your pets can get worms from other infected animals, during pregnancy or via the mothers milk, or via fleas and lice.
You may not see signs of worms in the faeces. This does not mean your dog is clear of worms. Signs of a worm infestation may include:
- bloated tummy and or diarrhoea
- dragging bottom on the floor
- lack of energy
- dull coat
- increased appetite
Some dogs show no symptoms at all which is why routine worming is so important.
Worming treatment is recommended approx every 3 months for dogs. Factors like age and lifestyle may alter this slightly.
Veloxa wormer protects from Roundworm, Tapeworm, Hookworm and Whipworm. Veloxa is beef flavoured and is a chewable tablet. There is a size available for all breeds and ages, please ask a member of staff for details. We just need to know the age and weight of your dog.
As the tapeworm can be ingested by dogs whilst inside a flea it is important to also treat with a spot on for fleas and lice.
7th March 2017
the warmer weather approaching (hopefully!) it’s time to make sure your pets
are protected against fleas, ticks and other parasites. We recommend treating
your dog or cat with Frontline Plus, a simple spot on that takes seconds to
apply but will last up to 8 weeks.
Plus contains a double action formula. In addition to killing fleas and tick on
your pet, Frontline Plus contains active Insect Growth Regulator technology to
prevent flea eggs hatching and larvae developing in your home providing added