Halloween is upon us once again at Connacht Gold’s Pet Centre at Deep Water Quay, Sligo.
Over the past four years we have had a selection of Tarantulas, Chinchillas and Umbrella Cockatoos for sale to name just a few. Come visit us this Halloween to see our large range of accessories, foods and treats for our wonderful selection of fish, reptiles, small animals and birds.
Connacht Gold’s Pet Centre holds the largest variety of tropical and cold water fish in the Northwest. With a vast selection of aquariums to suit your needs. Whether it’s a goldfish bowl or an aquarium as a feature for your home we stock it.
Man’s best friend is well catered for at Connacht Gold’s Pet Centre, with everything you will require from the early puppy days through to senior age. We stock all leading brands of dog foods e.g. Royal Canin, Arden Grange, Red Mills and many more.
Our staff at Connacht Gold’s Pet Centre have extensive knowledge and are available everyday to offer their expert advice on your pet’s care and lots more, including our dog grooming & nail clipping service which is available by appointment.
If you are planning a day out this Halloween Break then why not drop in and experience Dave’s Jungle Show on Sunday, October 28 from 12-4pm featuring Crocodiles, Snakes (Big Ones!) and much more. Handle and learn about various reptiles and mammals for free.
Your gauranteed a fantastic fun filled family day out, with free face painting and prizes to be won for the best Fancy Dress Halloween Costume. Our café which is located on the premises will have lots of spooky treats available in store all day. We look forward to seeing all the ghouls and ghosts on the day.
Happy Halloween from all in Connacht Gold’s Pet Centre, Deep Water Quay, Sligo.
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