Pet Lovers Centre opens first Vet Pharmacy in Johor Bahru

Pet Lovers Centre has opened its first Vet Pharmacy in Mid Valley Southkey, Johor Bahru. (Facebook pic)

PETALING JAYA: Pet lovers in Johor have something to cheer up about as Pets Lover Centre (PLC), Malaysia’s biggest pet retail chain, has opened its first Vet Pharmacy in Johor Bahru.

The outlet, opened in Mid Valley Southkey, will allow pet owners to purchase supplements, medicinal shampoos as well as get medical advice for their pets.

In addition, PLC will provide owners with personalised nutritional advice and counselling to ensure that their pets are fed well.

Pet owners can receive personalised health advice to ensure their pets remain in the pink of health. (Facebook pic)

According to Bryan Boo, PLC Malaysia Operations Director, the Vet Pharmacy is “a one-stop solution for owners to get the best healthcare for their pets.”

“The aim of the Vet Pharmacy is to offer our services and extended knowledge in pet healthcare to empower owners to understand what is needed for their furry friends,” said Bryan.

As pet health is of the utmost importance to pet owners, accessible information and medical advice from qualified professionals will be more welcomed by animal lovers.

Among the services that PLC offers at its Vet Pharmacy will be personalised advice on supplements that their pets will need to stay strong and healthy.

Diet supplements for your pet are available at Pet Lovers Centre’s Vet Pharmacy. (Rawpixel pic)

There are plans in place to include flavouring into these supplements with tasty and safe flavours such as meat, fruit or honey. In this way, picky eaters will have less issue taking their necessary supplements.

The Vet Pharmacy also provides anti-tick and anti-flea medication as well as remedies for heartworm and intestinal worms.

“With the opening of the Vet Pharmacy, PLC hopes to bring convenience and accessibility to these owners,” said Boo.

“Through understanding and sharing information, we are hoping to equip these owners with the knowledge in further caring for their pets.”