Pets at Home is the UK's biggest pet store chain.
They sell everything from dog food to live reptiles but how do their ethics stack up?
Is Pets at Home ethical?
Our research highlights many ethical issues for Pets At Home, including, environmental reporting, habitats & resources, pollutions and toxics, human rights, workers' rights, supply chain management, animal rights, animal testing, factory farming, and anti-social finance.
Below you can see the full detailed stories, and Pets at Home's overall ethical rating.
- Ethical Consumer Best Buy: No
- Boycotts: No
Company Address:Chester House
- Annual revenue: £961,000,000