81 Chapel Market, London N1 9ER, UK – 020 7278 1503
Awesome place and the lady owner is super helpful. I broke one item that I bought and went back to get a replacement. The lady owner gave the similar item for free and advised me to be more careful with my stuffs cos it is ceramic bowls. Definitely will recommend people to visit this store and heading back to Singapore. A heaps of thanks and my dog will love her new feeding bowls.
Recently redecorated and expanded within the site. Has a lot of good stock for all the usual small pets. A nice bright and attractive store with friendly and helpful staff. Located on Chapel Market, about half way along. Approximately 10 minute walk from Angel tube.
44 East St, London SE17 2DN, UK – 020 7708 0032
I visited this shop today as i have just got a kitten. I was served by a lovely lady who was so helpful, patient and explained things to me as i bought them. There was also a gentleman who works there and he also offered and support. They didn't try to push me into buying things i don't need at the moment and guided me on things that are a necessity for a kitten. This was so helpful as it can be costly when you start of. And one other thing i must say is they are true animal lovers. They have a wide range of good quality products and I would recommend this shop to anyone. Excellent service!!
Shopkeeper is such a nice man but I'd like more things for hamsters good supply food for hamsters
226-228 Essex Rd, London N1 3AP, UK – 020 7359 1888
The team at Canonbury vet looked after our beloved dog for the last 9 years during her various complex medical issues. Lovely reception staff- ( esp Sasha and Luisa) who really care and gave Loop lots of treats and care. Efficient and helpful arranging appointments and completing insurance claim forms. Laura was great vet - Thanks so much for your time and attention. Russell was very caring as was Suzanne and all the other vets we have seen Recommended++ Thank you so much.
Amazing team, everyone is very friendly and knowledgeable. Twix actually get's excited when he recognises where we're going