A GROUP of pet professionals has formed an association to assure pet owners of quality and honesty within the profession.
The Assocation of Professional Pet Carers (APPC) assess potential members by strict criteria ensuring they have the appropriate qualifications, experience, skills and, of course, insurance.
Members are required to keep these elements up to date, and adhere to a code of practice.
“If a member fails to comply with this criteria, their membership will automatically be withdrawn,” insisted spokesman Gary Joynson.
So often in the past choosing a pet, vet or groomer has been down to pot luck, leading to stress and often damage and pain to unsuspecting pets.
If you are a business dealing with pets, or any related accessories such as food, then this association is for you, and it can only benefit your business by becoming a member.
For more details visit www.appc.es or phone 951 272 695
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