Pets at Home said its financial guidance for the full year was unchanged after it boosted revenue in its fiscal third quarter by 9.6%.
Revenue in the 12 weeks to January 4 rose to £223.3m, with merchandise revenue growing 9.0% and services revenue growing 13.6%.
On a like-for-like basis, revenue grew by 7.2%.
All financial guidance, including gross margin expectations, was unchange the company said.
"I'm happy to report further progress in the third quarter, where trading momentum in our merchandise division built over the Christmas period," chief executive Ian Kellett said.
"In the year since we launched our lower pricing initiatives we have seen a really strong customer response to the investments we have made."
"At the same time, we continued to deliver strong growth in our veterinary business across both first opinion practices and specialist referral centres."