Tong Garden Centre introduces new eco-friendly pet range

The team at Tong Garden Centre has introduced a brand new range of products for dogs and cats which minimises environmental impact.

Over 200 lines from the popular Zoon range of pet bedding, collars, leads, treats and toys are now available in a bespoke area in the Tong Lane’s 2500sq.m two storey extension that is also home to the Mezzanine restaurant.

Of the launch, Garden Sundries and Christmas Buyer, Phil Hemmings said: “I wanted to introduce a new range of Pet products and Zoon fits the bill perfectly. The range is very good value for money and the quality of the product is excellent.

“In addition to the value element, we really like the fact that Zoon have created this range with the environment in mind. They have minimised the use of single-use plastic packaging, using fully recyclable cardboard hangers instead and made their pooh bags from a corn starch-based polymer that is bio-compostable.

“I also love the fact that the range is coordinated: the designs for pet bedding are also used for blankets, leads and bowls. It’s a great idea and is already proving popular, as is the Mezze Menu offer of four for £10 on chews and treats.”

Tong Garden Centre occupies a 19 acre site in Tong village. It is one of Yorkshire’s biggest independent garden centres with 125,000 square feet of retail space and parking for up to 700 cars.

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