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  • Pets At Home is bringing in the pounds
  • Pets At Home is bringing in the pounds
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Pets At Home is bringing in the pounds

A nice, full bath, followed by a quick trim and blow-dry sounds like a relaxing afternoon. Your dog thinks so too, according to Pets at Home. It's providing grooming services, veterinary appointments and premium pet food all under one roof. And rapidly rising profits suggest it's onto something.

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