09-09-2017 by redazione
A new shop in Malindi for four-legged friends in Malindi.
At Vera Cruz Complex in Lamu Road (opposite Malindi Complex) opened "Cat & Dog Food", an authorized retailer "Skinner's", an English leader in the production of dog food, offering a range of natural, additive-free, nutritionally balanced and complete products suitable for animals of all ages.
Other cheaper brands always with high quality standards.
The store offers a wide variety of beauty products such as shampoos, brushes, collars, leashes and bowls.
For cats there is a choice of croquettes and nibbles suitable to meet the needs, vices and preferences of pets also on the coast of Kenya.
In addition to all "Purina" products, there are also sandblasts and litters, as well as deep-frozen meat for animals.
The store promises newcomers.
"Cat & Dog Food" is open from Monday to Saturday from 08.30am to 1pm and from 2pm to 6 pm.
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