New owner opens Clevedon pet store

PUBLISHED: 14:00 11 October 2017

'Pets Pantry' owner, Matthew Stead who is taking over the business with former owner Martin Young who has pet shops in Nailsea and Portishead.

'Pets Pantry' owner, Matthew Stead who is taking over the business with former owner Martin Young who has pet shops in Nailsea and Portishead.

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A Clevedon pet store has reopened under new ownership.

The Pet Pantry has been opened by Matthew Stead, who has worked at the venue since he was 13 years old when it was known as Aaron’s Pets.

Now he has taken over the business from former owner Martin Young.

As well as a new name, the Old Church Road store has been given a new colour scheme and style although the store’s staff have been retained.

A spokesman said: “The Pet Pantry Clevedon aims to cater to you and your pets as best we can.

“We offer fully trained nutritional advice, our ever-popular and personal free delivery service over £20, and many other things including licensed veterinary products, in-store tag engraving, and an ever-expanding range of natural food and accessories for every pet.

“We look forward to seeing you all and welcoming you to join in our new adventure.”

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