Please be aware that we only deliver within the Edinburgh region.

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Patch's Pet Supplies & Dog Grooming

Patch's Pet Supplies & Dog Grooming

Hello and welcome to Patch's Pet Supplies a new independent pet supplies shop based on Granton Road in Edinburgh established in February 2019.

Hey pals, it’s National Love Your Pet Day! So let’s us all spoil those special pets in our lives that give us so much love ❤️ See MoreSee Less
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❓ Do you have a question regarding Burns Alert or any of our other diets? Our nutrition team would love to hear from you. We’ve been offering dog owners complimentary advice since 1993 and our nutritionists have over 50 years of experience between them.Give the dog a phone on Freephone 0800 083 6696, live chat us here (button on homepage) or paw over an email [email protected] 📸 @K9 Kindergarten See MoreSee Less
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We are appealing for information after two men tried to steal a dog from a man before assaulting him in Balerno.The 43-year-old was walking in a field near to National Cycle Route 75 and Lanark Road West between 5.15pm and 5.30pm on Tuesday, 13 February, 2024. One of the men tried to take the dog and the other assaulted the owner with a knife.He was later taken by ambulance to Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh for treatment.Officers are keen to trace the two men. The first is described as: white, around 50, stocky build, 5’ 6”, ginger greying beard, wearing a black thermal beanie hat, black puffer jacket and with a local accent. The second is described as: white, slim build, 5’ 10”, 20-to-30-years old, clean shaven, wearing a hat, a black jacket with green writing, pale blue denim jeans, tan coloured boots.They made off towards Ravelrig Road and were lost to sight.Detective Inspector Martin Smith, of Edinburgh CID, said: “This appears to be an attempt to rob the man of his dog, and it is vital that we establish the full circumstances of what happened and trace the men responsible.“I would like to speak to anyone who was in the area between 5pm and 6pm on Tuesday who saw or heard anything suspicious. Similarly, anyone with private CCTV, doorbell footage or dashcam of the area is urged to review the footage and bring anything significant to our attention.“Officers will be carrying out additional patrols in the area and anyone with any concerns can approach these officers.”Anyone with any information can call 101, quoting incident 2591 of Tuesday, 13 February, 2024.Read more – ow.ly/CSAW50QB3nm See MoreSee Less
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Happy birthday to Wilber and Dexter. 5 today! See MoreSee Less
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Hey Pals, just a friendly reminder that while you have your dog in the shop that it is your responsibility to keep them under control and not damage any stock. If any stock is damaged then it will have to be paid for by yourself.We recently had £180 worth of damage to cat litter due to a dog peeing over it and as a small business we can’t afford to just write that cost off.Many thanks for your continued support, Gary & Emma See MoreSee Less
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