Small Business Saturday is the day we are all encouraged to back our local businesses.
A national incentive, people are asked to visit and back their independent retailers, pubs, shops and other businesses.
Fit4Dogs is a rehabilitation centre for fun and fitness for dogs. Based on Annie Reed Road the firm has state of the art hydrotherapy equipment.
Using a purpose-built swimming pool and underwater treadmill they are helping local pet owners get their dogs into tip-top condition.
It was founded by Mike Kirsty Skeats just over a year ago in October 2018. Furthermore, Graham says in all his time he has never seen a business like Fit4Dogs.
Taking place on Saturday 7 December, the incentive is also backed by Graham Stuart.
He has always been a keen supporter of Small Business Saturday and is urging people to get out there and support their high street.
He also adds that it is ventures like this that are at the heart of the British economy.
Small Business Saturday Lets Us Celebrate Small Business
Speaking to HU17.net he said;
“If you look across the economy small business are the most dynamic part of it. We want to continue the amazing jobs miracle we have had in recent years.”
“Youth unemployment is at the lowest in our history and more people in work as a percentage of the population.”
“Small businesses are at the heart of that. So having policies to support small businesses and also encouraging small business is why I am delighted to support Small Business Saturday.”
“Small Business Saturday give us a chance to celebrate the heroic entrepreneur’s and skills of people like Mike and Kirsty.”
“They have set up a business, invested in first-rate kit and now they are looking after dozens of dogs every single week.”
“It is amazing that they are helping dogs overcome their injuries. They are making a massive difference to dogs while also building a business.”
“What they are doing is part of a dynamic economy which can give everybody hope for the future.”
“Anyone who wants to help their dog tackle things like obesity or injury I would urge them to come to Fit4Dogs.”