James Wellbeloved dog food has been on a 20% promotion in store for the last month. We are down to the last few bags on the offer so have reduced prices further to clear this stock.
Last few bags of James Wellbeloved dog food on offer.prices now £4.99 for 2kg (and 1.5kg small breed), £19.99 for 7.5kg and £39.99 for 15kg. Only these few left so pop in or call 01452 501882 for FREE local delivery today or you’ll miss it.
This is all we have left.
James Wellbeloved Puppy turkey 2kg x 1
James Wellbeloved Adult small breed fish 1.5kg x 1
James Wellbeloved Adult lamb 2kg x 3
James Wellbeloved Senior lamb 2kg x 1
James Wellbeloved Senior fish 2kg x 1
James Wellbeloved Adult turkey 7.5kg x 1
James Wellbeloved Senior turkey 15kg x 1
We also have two bags that passed their best before (not use by) date last month for £2.99
Puppy lamb 2kg
Senior duck 2kg
These offers are only avaiable in store or over the telephone.
The full range of James Wellbeloved dog and cat food is
still available through Angell Pets at last years prices.
Just order on line or by telephone and let us deliver to you
(FREE local deliveries can be arranged at a time slot to suit you).
If you don’t buy James Wellbeloved but know someone who does,
do them a favour and let them know about the offers before
they are all gone.
The Angell Pets Team
James Wellbeloved premium pet foods 20% off whilst stocks last.
In order to make space on our shelves we are having an in store sale on James Wellbeloved dog and cat foods.
Some time ago James Wellbeloved removed their products from wholesalers, meaning as retailers we could to go to them direct. There is no minimum order and we get next day delivery. This means we can free up shelf space but still meet our customers needs.
On top of this discount, We have decided despite the increase in price to us this month, we will not be increasing prices of Royal Canin and James Wellbeloved at all this year.
We will continue to sell ALL currently stocked James Wellbeloved products through our website (at 2014 prices) and they will be available to order in store and online with a lead time of only two days. Regular sellers will still be stocked on the shelf. However we cannot continue to stock such a wide range of slow selling products and have valuable shelf space unavailable for newer and more popular items, hence the sale.
So, to clear the space on the shelves ready for next weeks show stock to start arriving we have an in store sale of 20% off, while stocks last, of all James Wellbeloved dog and cat foods.
To get 20% off all James Wellbeloved currently in stock, either pop in or call us on 01452 501882. This discount is not available online and is for complete dog and cat food and wet food pouches.
Discounts and offers available at Angell Pets throughout September (plus a couple of extras!)
We have loads of fantastic special offers in store and online now.
So grab you discounts whilst you can in store, over the telephone or online. FREE local delivery to Gloucester and Cheltenaham available.
FREE local delivery with any order has been on offer from us at Angell Pets for quite some time.
We are now able to extend this FREE service to Cheltenham and the surrounding areas. Delivery of any item in the GL1,2,3,4,50,51,52 and 53 areas is now FREE.
Orders can be placed over the phone or from our on line web store. Orders on line are by card but COD is available for telephone orders.
This also means we are now able to offer livestock deliveries to these areas, as all FREE local delivery runs are with our own vehicles (we do not post or courier animals). Simply choose from our stock on line and call to arrange payment and delivery. This gives us the opportunity for us to check you have thought through your purchase and for you to check us out and be sure of what you are buying.
If you need to arrange FREE local delivery at a specific time, call us at the shop and order over the telephone and we will try to arrange delivery at a time that suits you. Unless it is really busy we can usually accomodate. Please note we do not usually deliver at weekends. I work seven days a week and do FREE local delivery in the evenings during the week. My wife insists I have some time off!
So sign up on our on line store to receive FREE LOCAL DELIVERY of all your animals needs.
The Angell Pets Team
Discount pet products are currently available instore and online (with FREE elivery locally for any order).
As well as our usual monthly wholesalers offers we have a number of other great discounts avaiable. Some of our clearance lines are a massive 78% off, many other current lines are up to 50% off (whilst stocks last).
Angell Pets discount pet products current discount list.
Keep coming back for more discount pet products coming soon.
The Angell Pets Team
Angell Pets are open as usual all over the Easter weekend.
The opening hours for Angell Pets for the weekend are as follows:-
Good Friday – 10am – 4pm
Saturday 19th April – 9am – 6pm
Sunday 20th April – 10am – 4pm (normal Sunday hours)
Easter Monday – 10am – 4pm
Tuesday 22nd April – back to normal hours – 9am – 6pm.
On line orders will processed as normal but deliveries will obviously be affected by the Easter break.
So pop in and see us at Angell Pets over the weekend for everything for your pet. For dogs and cats, birds, small mammals and rabbits, fish, reptiles, spiders and other invertebrates, accessories, enclosures food and more. If you can’t see it, we can probably get it in for you. Alternatively visit us at Angell Pets online.
The Angell Pets Team
James Wellbeloved dog cat and ferret food is now 10% off in store and on line. This is and extension of the 10% discount on Royal Canin and runs until the end of April.
This offer is for ALL James Wellbeloved dog food and ALL James Wellbeloved cat food in the range as well as James Wellbeloved ferret food. If you cannot see your breed size or particular product listed just call us and ask. We can still order it in for you at this discounted rate.
Don’t forget that local deliveries are completley FREE and online orders to further afield are FREE for orders over £100. As well as the James Wellbeloved dog, cat and ferret food we currrently list nearly 8000 lines of food, equipment and accessories for all sorts of pets so you can do all your shopping in one place. This range is also growing on a daily basis so keep your eye out for new deals.
SO GRAB YOUR 10% OFF BAG OF James Wellbeloved Pet FOOD WHILST IT IS AT THIS GREAT PRICE.
Angell Pets is OPEN over the Christmas and New Year holiday period. We close for only three days a year. Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day. We are OPEN every other day of the year.
Angell Pets Christmas opening times are as follows:-
Christmas Eve – 9am – 6pm
Christmas Day – CLOSED
Boxing Day – CLOSED (I will be at the shop for one hour from 11am to 12 noon feeding the animals if you are really stuck)
Friday 27th December – 10am – 4pm
Saturday 28th December – 9am – 6pm
Sunday 29th December – 10am – 4pm
Monday 30th December – 9am – 6pm
Tuesday 31st December – 9am – 6pm
New Years Day – CLOSED (again I will be in for an hour at 11am to feed the animals)
Thursday 2nd January – back to normal hours (9am to 6pm Mon – Sat, 10am to 4pm Sunday).
Any online orders will be picked and packed as normal but will be subject to Parcel Force’s own Christmas shutdown. Any Angell Pets online orders for FREE local delivery will be picked and delivered on days (evenings) when we are OPEN.
We will be delivering FREE to GL1, GL2, GL3 and GL4 post codes right up to Christmas Eve. So if you forget some one or need a last minute present or bag of dog food, order online or give Angell Pets a call to place your order and get it delivered FREE.
Royal Canin and James Wellbeloved dog and cat foods are both produced by Crown Petfoods. Crown have just held an invitaion only independant retailers forum event near their head quarters in Somerset.
Each of their Sales reps were asked to invite thier top retailers to the event, with places limited to only 100 Royal Canin and James Wellbeloved retailers UK wide. We were invited to attend and Kim represented us at the event.
Included over the two days of the event were seminars by some of the countries top retail specialists, including Mary Potas, from a variety of disciplines (internet marketing, POS instore marketing, social media etc.). These people were their to give guidance and advice to the retailers present on how to keep their businesses relevant and competitive in an ever changing market place.
Kim came away with a few main impressions of the event and of Royal Canin and James Wellbeloved. Firstly a big positve for us. At one point one of the speakers asked the audience “who is doing all that we have discussed here already”. No one was, except – yes, that’s right, us. Whilst this was a big feather in our cap, unfortunately what Kim came away with was a disappointing impression of the bulk of the independants as being very resistant to change, negative about any advice given on how to move with the times and having an incredibly short sighted view of their industry. She is convinced that most only went along for the free entertainment and bar and completely missed the point of the event which was to help their businesses survive.
On a more positive note she also gained an appreciation of how much others are doing to try to support independant retailers. For example Mary Portas’s campaign to reduce the rediculously high business rates that are crippling small businesses (on our small shop, in a suburban location, they are nearly £700 a month! – and they don’t even empty your bins for that – that has to be done privately at extra cost).
Royal Canin and James Wellbeloved themselves are trying to educate and provide support to their retailers. Sadly a lot of this support seems to be inspite of the retailers themselves rather than alongside them. I am the first to complain (and have to Royal Canin and James Wellbeloved) about the unfairness of trying to compete with unlicenced, unqualified, non business rate and tax paying, amateur internet traders and with supermarkets who have no interest in pets or their owners other than to take their money. But when someone is trying to do the right thing and offer support we should work with them rather than throw their help back in their face, as seems to have happened at this event organised for us by Royal Canin and James Wellbeloved.
To finish on a positive note, Kim also had a tour of the factory and she left there very impressed with the cleanliness of the factory itself and the dedication of the staff she met. Defintely not what you would expect from a factory making food for pets and from her description, cleaner than some of the human food manufacturing sites I used to visit when I was a fork lift engineer.
So thank you to Crown ( Royal Canin and James Wellbeloved ) for putting on the event and entertainment (and appologies to Steven K Amos for the drunken, racist moron Kim was unfortunate enough to find herself on a table with during the evening). Some of us appreciated the support for our sector and realise that the value an independant offers over the less able online sellers out there needs to be shown to people for them to realise it.
So what do we offer then, I suppose is the next logical question to ask ourselves. Well, we have an active social media presence where our customers can interact with us and engage in conversation with us at their convenience and this is a good starting point. Information (this blog) and advice on issues important to our customers. A You Tube channel. Qualified and experienced staff (look at what George has been up to so far this year, studying on an African game reserve and working on EU sponsored conservation projects on the other side of the world) who know what they are talking about and who are willing to impart that knowledge when asked. Free home delivery in our locality and low delivery rates further afield. A well stocked shop and access to an even wider range of products through our extensive network of suppliers coupled with knowledge about the products we supply (we are trained and qualified Royal Canin and James Wellbeloved nutritional advisors). Extra services such as micro chipping, nail clipping, sexing of animals, water testing, advice on pet health care. A webstore with all the stock available instore plus a lot more that we can’t put on the shelves because of space. Convenient opening times (we are still open for the afterwork shoppers) and convenient local delivery times (in the evening when you are in, rather than during the day when you are out at work. school etc.). A free education service to local schools and clubs – school talks, fetes, parties etc.
Lastly we are contactable (telephone, two websites, email, facebook and I suppose if you really wanted, snail mail) and of course we actually have a premises you can visit and a face (even if it is mine) you can talk to if needed. In a world where you are becoming further and further away from the decision makers and persons in authority (try making a complaint to a large company and you will see what I mean) this is a very valuable asset.
So in what is a very competitive market I think we have a lot to offer. We may not always be the cheapest (although we very often are!) but I have always thought and Kim now thinks too, after seeing some of the others, that we are one of the best. If this seems like blowing my own trumpet, well – I don’t really do shy and retiring I suppose, now do I ?
Richard Angell and The Angel Pets Team