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Last chance to enjoy free pet workshops at Grantham store before school starts




Pets at Home in Grantham is still hosting its fun and free interactive pet workshops for families looking for a fun activity to enjoy during the last weeks of the summer holidays.

The workshops will educate attendees about how to look after animals as pets and are aimed at children between the ages of five-11.

The My Pet Pals workshops offer hands-on activities to educate the next generation of pet owners about keeping pets safe, happy and healthy.

Free advice from Pets at Home (8294084)
Free advice from Pets at Home (8294084)

Children can expect to find out about the fascinating world of pets, with interactive games and ‘meet and greet’ sessions with Pets at Home’s friendly pets.

A Pets at Home store manager said: “Our My Pet Pals workshops are a fun way to give young animal lovers the chance to learn the importance of pet welfare. The workshops are hosted by our friendly and knowledgeable pet care advisors, who are on hand to ensure future pet owners are fully equipped with everything they need to know about owning a pet.”

The free workshops will teach children how to keep pets cool over the warm summer months, as well as how to become the best fish owner they can be. The workshops last approximately 30 minutes and take place every day in stores at 11.30am during the summer holidays.

Customers can find out more and book a My Pet Pals workshop, by visiting petsathome.com/petworkshops.



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