Pet Care, Cat & Dog Food and Bird Seed

Pet Care, Cat & Dog Food and Bird Seed at Holt Garden Centre

The North Norfolk Coast is teeming with all sorts of vibrant wildlife; from otters, deer, water vole, kingfishers and a huge variety of birds. Our gardens are also a wonderful place to attract wildlife, such as bees, butterflies, birds and even the odd hedgehog.

At Holt Garden Centre we offer a comprehensive range for both indoor and outdoor animals. Our centre is also dog friendly so why not visit us, our friendly team are on hand to answer any of your pet & wildlife questions.

Pet Care & Accessories

Within our Pet Department, you can find a vast selection of your everyday essentials for your animals including leads & collars, toys & balls, and portable drinkers to name a few. Your pets deserve the very best, and you’ll find new ways to pamper your beloved pets. Whether your furry friend is a cat or dog – they all deserve to live in comfort so you and your pet will love our carefully selected products.

Pet Food & Treats

For your furry friends, we offer a range of treats and dry foods. In addition to your everyday pet food options, we provide tasty treats and snacks which are perfect for training and showing your love. These treats can be hidden in and around your home, in their toys, taken out and about with you, offering stimulating options to keep them engaged. We also stock rawhide free treats and 100% natural ranges, which have grown in popularity over the last couple of years – a perfect option for those looking for something more down to earth.

Bird Seed & Wildlife

Encouraging wildlife to your garden can be exciting especially when discovering new species or a chance to get up close. It can also be rewarding to support the environment and protect species such as bees, butterflies, birds and small mammals. We offer a wide range of bird feed, from various seed mixes, peanuts, sunflower hearts, fat balls and mealworms. Alongside this, we have a selection of feeders and anything else you may need to look after the feathery friends in your garden.

When choosing bird seed, it is important to consider the birds in your area and their feeding habits. Providing a variety of seeds and food types can attract a diverse range of bird species to your garden. Also, keep in mind the local climate and ensure the bird seed is fresh and not mouldy, as birds can become ill from spoiled seed. We recommend suet, and in the colder months to provide a high energy food source. Attracting feathered friends to your garden couldn’t be easier, and we’ve written a handy article on how to attract birds to your garden.

From bird tables to hangers and boxes, there’s a few options available which can be suitable for most garden types big or small. Hanging or mounted bird feeders are popular choices, making sure the feeder is elevated and away from obstacles. Place seeds and feeders where you can easily see them and access. A wild bird feeding station suits both large and small gardens, and are available in many sizes and designs.

Feeding garden birds can be a wonderful way to observe wildlife up close, but it’s important to provide them with appropriate and safe food. Try to avoid feeding salty and processed foods, milk, spoiled food, raw meat, large pieces of food, honey, caffeine and alcohol, artificial sweeteners, medicated or flavoured foods, as these can be harmful or even fatal.

Attracting hedgehogs to your garden can be delightful, and if you’re a keen wildlife conservationist you’ll understand how important it can be. We’ve written a guide on attracting hedgehogs to your garden, which includes tips on hedgehog homes, hedge planting, providing food sources and leaving access holes.

Bees and other similar pollinators are a vital part of our ecosystem, and we’ve written an article on how to make your garden bee-friendly. Bees play a crucial role in pollination, which helps plants produce fruits and seeds. By following our tips, you can create a welcoming environment for bees in your garden, contributing to their well-being and the health of your local ecosystem.

Attracting frogs and toads into your pond is quite easy as the UK weather is perfect for amphibians. Attracting frogs to your pond can create a natural and balanced ecosystem, and you can do so by providing shelter, choosing native plants, avoiding chemicals, maintaining water quality, providing perches, limiting predators, and most importantly – being patient! We’ve provided more detail in our article on how to attract wildlife to your pond.

Dogs are allowed in Holt Garden Centre. In fact, we actively encourage you to bring them along! Why not bring your furry friend in store and have them choose their own treat? Don’t forget to say hello to our friendly staff, we’re always happy to make you and your dog feel welcome.

Make an Enquiry

Like what you see and would like to know more? Please get in contact today and we will come back to you with any questions or queries you may have.

Home Delivery Available

We can deliver items to your home if required. Our delivery fees are:

Within 5 miles £7.50
5-10 miles £15
10-15 miles £20

15-20 miles £25
20-25 miles £35
25-30 miles £60

Please note there is a two person surcharge of £20 for larger items.

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