When will I get a pet grooming service?

Pet grooming service Pet Stroller has a new clientele, but it’s still a niche business.

The firm has expanded its services to include pet grooming, pet accessories and grooming products, which it will start selling in the first half of 2019.

The company is also in talks with a local pet food company, the company said.

“Pet grooming is now a niche market in Ireland and Pet Strollers is uniquely positioned to deliver the best grooming services available in Ireland,” Pet Stroll founder Peter King said.

The business has also recently expanded into the online pet grooming business, where Pet Stoppers is the online store for pet grooming products.

Pet Stollers customers can now browse products and find the best pet grooming services in Ireland.

“Our aim is to provide a safe, safe and secure environment for pet owners,” King said, adding that the company has invested heavily in its marketing efforts.

Pet Strols is a non-profit organisation that has raised €1.5 million in funding. “

The Pet Strolling website has been a huge success and is an amazing resource for pet parents and groomers alike.”

Pet Strols is a non-profit organisation that has raised €1.5 million in funding.

It is based in Galway and has been running since 2013.

The centre has recently added online grooming services to its range of products, including Pet Stoker, which offers grooming services at the pet shop, Pet Shop, which provides grooming services for pet food, and Pet Grooming, which has expanded to offer pet grooming and pet accessories in the new year.

Pet grooming products have become more popular in recent years, especially in Ireland as people start to have their pets.

In January 2018, The Irish Sun reported that a new study showed pet grooming was one of the top three causes of accidental death in Ireland, second only to alcohol.

The study, by the Centre for Research on Public Health at Trinity College, was conducted by researchers at the University of Limerick and the University College Dublin.

It looked at data from the Irish Medical Examiner’s Office from the year 2015 to 2020.

The authors of the report said the increase in the number of deaths due to accidental poisoning was a big one.

The report also found that in the same period, there was an increase in accidental deaths due in part to a rise in pet grooming.

“Over the past year, a substantial number of accidental deaths were linked to the use of grooming products,” they said.