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Aylesbury pet shop develops ICE cards for pets

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5:40am 14th March 2017

If you had an accident and ended up in hospital, who would care for your pets?

It's a problem one pet shop in Aylesbury think they've found a solution too.

McGrumpy & Snuffles now offer free In Case of Emergency or ICE cards, for pets.

The credit card sized product details where your pets are and other important information such as dietary requirements, allergies and the details of their local vet.

It even offers space for pet owners to nominate someone to be called to care for your pets.

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Gargamel the cat posing with his In Case of Emergency Card.

Katy Martin, Owner of McGrumpy and Snuffles said:

"We are keen to give our customers the tools to be the best owners they can be and are really pleased to be able to make this card available for free. I believe it will play an important role by making emergency services aware when the holder potentially has unattended pets at home.

"A number of our customers have pets with long-term or complex health conditions, managed by diet or medication and by including this information, owners will have additional peace of mind."

How to get one

To obtain a free copy of the card, pet owners may either:

A) Collect a Free card from one of the following local collection points:

  • McGrumpy and Snuffles Canine Emporium, Unit 8 Duck Farm Court, Station Way West, Aylesbury, HP20 2SQ 
  • Park Ur Paws Dog Grooming Salon, 31 Stoke Road, Aylesbury, HP21 7TE
  • Tidy Tails Dog Grooming Salon, Unit 6B Lawn Farm Business Centre, Grendon Underwood, HP18 0QX
  • Posh Paws Pet Grooming, North Road, Widmer End, High Wycombe, HP15 6NE


B) Send a stamped-addressed envelope to McGrumpy and Snuffles, Unit 8 Duck Farm Court, Station Way West, Aylesbury, HP20 2SQ to receive a free card by post.

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