Quirky, exciting and most definitely different, eco-friendly Tails of the Town features everything that your pet could possibly wish for!

Registered Veterinary Nurse Kirsty Mullen is behind a fabulous new pet food and accessories store on Berry Lane.

Kirsty, who has worked with animals for more than a decade, opened her eco-friendly shop, Tails of the Town, a few months ago and it is already proving a great hit with pet-owners and their pets!

With green credentials, Tails of the Town minimises plastic encouraging pet-owners to weigh out loose food in their own containers. Pet food and treats, such as Frozzys dog yoghurt, are all-natural and most nutraceuticals and treatments, such as pet shampoos are also naturally formulated.

At the rear of the shop is a nail clipping and tick removal area, for all animals from dogs and cats to birds and tortoises, and Kirsty also does home visits as required.

The shop also features a quirky pet photo-booth that Kirsty has themed, enabling owners to have their pet photographed at significant milestones, in fun surroundings. Photos are then emailed out or printed on request for owners to cherish.

For any advice on pet care and nutrition, pop into the shop to chat to Kirsty, who is always happy to help.

Outside the shop, which proudly supports Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary, are complimentary dog-poo bags and a watering station for pets.

Tails of the Town
82 Berry Lane, Longridge PR3 3WH
01772 437753



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