Bury St Edmunds Canine Creche teams up with conveyancing law firm Burnett Barker

Staff at Burnett Barker Solicitors meeting some of the dogs at Bury St Edmunds Canine Creche. From l

Staff at Burnett Barker Solicitors meeting some of the dogs at Bury St Edmunds Canine Creche. From left, Daryl Griffiths, chief executive, Miranda Mortlock, head of residential conveyancing, Katy Raven, conveyancing paralegal, and Aisleen Bird, marketing manager. Picture: Bury St Edmunds Canine Creche - Credit: Archant

West Suffolk law firm Burnett Barker Solicitors has launched a novel offer for its conveyancing clients - discounted care for their dogs on moving day.

Burnett Barker has teamed-up with Bury St Edmunds Canine Creche to offer 20% off the standard price for daycare at the creche site in Boldero Road, Bury

Daryl Griffiths, chief executive at Burnett Barker, which is based in Whiting Street, Bury, said: “We know how stressful moving house can be so try to do everything in our power to ensure that our client’s move goes smoothly. This is the perfect solution for local dog-owners who are in the process of packing, planning and wondering what to do with their furry best friend on the big day”.

Jon Kay owner of Bury St Edmunds Canine Creche, added: “We will ensure that dogs have the time of their life playing with their new found friends, and be sufficiently ‘pooped’ at the end of the day to enable their owners to enjoy a peaceful first night in their new home.”

The offer is subject to dogs passing a free assessment to ensure that they are suitable for the creche environment.

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The Bury creche is a franchised operation of the Canine Creche Group, based at Martlesham, near Ipswich.

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