Pets at Home reports ‘resilient’ first quarter as sales dip

Pets At Home

Pets at Home has posted a fall in its first-quarter sales, which covered the period of lockdown, as boss Peter Pritchard hailed the business’ “inherent resilience”.

The pet care specialist posted a 1% decline in total revenue in the quarter to July 16, exacerbated by a 0.7% drop in like-for-like sales year on year.

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