The Pets Corner Difference — No 6 —

A little help for our friends

A little help for our friends
We give 4% to charity

We believe that all businesses have a responsibility to give back to the communities around them. As an ethical British business, we pay all our taxes and give 4%* of our annual profits to worthy causes every year.

Whilst many of the large supermarket chains will throw away damaged or unwanted pet food, we see this as a terrible waste!

If a bag of food is unsaleable because it’s a bit battered, or has been returned uneaten as part of our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, then we'll donate the food to a local animal charity – we give more than 5 tonnes of unsaleable food and products to charities each year.

We take our social responsibility very seriously and believe in building deep rooted, local, animal care networks. If you know of any animal welfare charities that could benefit from this sort of ongoing support then please let us know. Please note that, due to this fact, we do not donate to one-off fundraisers.

* Over a 4 year average

Here are just some of the wonderful local & national charities we support

Meet the wonder dogs at Canine Partners!

Over the last 2 years in 2018/19 we donated over £43,589 to support Canine Partners fantastic work training assistance dogs to change lives.

Learn all about Canine Partners and how we support their cause here

Meet Petey

Petey is our 3rd sponsored dog with Canine Partners, thanks to your support we are able to sponsor Petey through his training to become an assistance dog.

Petey the black Labradour assistance dog Petey the black Labradour assistance dog

Supporting Young disabled people to gain new skills

Leonard Cheshire supports individuals to live, learn and work as independently as they choose, whatever their ability. Their skills development programme, Can Do, is for individuals aged 16-35 with a disability or long-term health condition. It's all about learning new things, building confidence, giving back to the community and adding to CV’s.

We are helping the charity to develop a pet management programme for young disabled people with a view to them obtaining a city and guilds certificate in Pet management. Learn more


Helping to improve the lives of rabbits across the UK

We are working with the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund to stop the illegitimate and unregulated sales of rabbits online and by raising awareness of the dangers of purchasing animals from unlawful pet shops. Learn more

Smiling child in wheelchair

Giving disabled children brighter futures

Sullivan’s Heroes provides fundraising support for families raising essential funds towards home adaptations for disabled children.

Financial grants and support from Sullivan’s Heroes help families to create the optimal environment to care for their child at home, safely and with dignity. Learn more

Pets Corner MD Dean with Peter Jones

Investing in entrepreneurs

Our MD Dean is no stranger to entrepreneurial spirit having started his first business in his teens making bird feeders from his parents’ garage at home, which is why he wants to help others to fulfil their potential.

In 2015, we became Cornerstone Patrons of the Peter Jones Foundation, an organisation that helps budding young entrepreneurs get the support they need to succeed in business. Learn more

The Cinamon Trust Dog Photo

Respecting and preserving the treasured relationship between owners and their pets

They seek to relieve the anxieties, problems and sometimes injustices faced by elderly and terminally ill people and their pets, thereby saving a great deal of human sadness and animal suffering.

We help to promote the Cinnamon Trust to our customers who are keen on volunteering. Learn more