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This beautiful boxer was found tied to a fence terrified and starving - but then something wonderful happened “Everyone likes little fluffy dogs these days so quite a lot of them need grooming so demand is ever increasing." The original shop, which stood on the site where Asda is today, was bombed during the 1940’s as Hull bore the brunt of the Blitz, meaning Aimee’s great granddad had to resurrect the business only months after losing their property. She said: “The shop has been in the family for 113 years but it got bombed in World War Two, so it’s been on this site since just after the war." Are you looking for a job? Click here to see our Hull listings The decision to diversify what they offer in-store was made to make sure they can keep on trading for the next 113 years. Paul Maltby is Aimee’s dad and used to manage the store, until he handed it over six months ago. The Dog Spa at Maltby's has opened upstairs He said: “10 years ago, small businesses were dying on their feet and that hasn’t stopped but we decided at that point to go on the internet. “It’s been pretty successful touch wood. We’ve gone from three people working here to 11 in seven years. “It’s still nice to see the regulars, especially the local regulars which is how we keep the shop open. The company now do more than 90 per cent of their business online and offering dog grooming is another way they have found of making sure the Dog Collar company keeps adapting.
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