Pets at Home says pets have been 'a lifesaver' during lockdown
24/11/2020 | news | business | 298
Pets at Home reports soaring sales as people increasingly turned to animals for solace amid the pandemic.
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Bob
24/11/2020 10:02:33 6 2
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All dog owners? you clown
Definitely most....dog f#####r Removed
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24/11/2020 10:11:43 3 2
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Dear oh dear. Get a dog, it'll make you a lot happier with the world
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24/11/2020 10:29:51 2 1
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Could be worse. At least the dog doesn't spend the day deliberately winding people up on online message boards.
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24/11/2020 10:31:57 58 3
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You see kids smashing things up, taking drugs, being abusive etc - dogs are the way forward - do the planet a favour, stop breeding and keep dogs.
First you'd have to stop: (A) the numerous financial perks that breeding offers to the feckless; and (B) the immigration of those with a determination to outbreed us. Neither is PC, so neither will happen. Furthermore, carnivorous dogs are bad for the planet. Would anybody I haven't offended please stand up? Removed
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24/11/2020 11:56:33 7 0
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My pet Rabbit Rupert came from Pets at Home, he was from an animal charity and part of their valuable re-homing scheme. I live alone and could'nt have survived the past year without him; just having someone to hug and talk to makes a world of difference, although he does'nt talk back unfortunately, but he likes being hugged.
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