Pets love living is in Seattle because the people in this city understand them. Sure, some of us pamper our pooches a bit too much (What’s the deal with strollers for dogs? They were meant to walk!), but most of us only want what’s best for our pets and lucky for them, we have a number of pet stores that offer more than just the basics. Here are a few of them:
The very first All the Best pet care stores opened on Lake City Way in 1985. Creating the store was a labor of love of Susan and Ira Moss who were inspired to open the store based on what they found was the best nutrition, diet and supplements for their own dogs. That one shop multiplied into 13 found all over the greater Seattle area. All the Best is more than a pet food shop, it is a gathering place for pet owners to connect and learn about a progressive nutritional philosophy. The store’s website’s blog also features tons of useful information. All the Best can be found in the following Seattle neighborhoods: Ballard, Columbia City, Greenwood, Lake City, Madison Valley and Queen Anne as well as the cities of Bellevue, Burien, Edmonds, Kenmore, Issaquah, Mercer Island and Redmond.
Petapoluza 114 North 36th Street, Seattle, WA 98103 - (206) 632-4567
As unique as the Fremont neighborhood that it is located in, Petapoluza offers organic, local raw and cooked food options and natural supplements. As firm believers in holistic and natural remedies, Petapoluza offers the latest natural products as possible. The knowledgeable crew can direct you to the right food choices, nutrition information skin care and more for your pets. They also offer a full-service grooming station where groomers are on site every day of the week. They even offer a “self-service” grooming station that comes equipped with shampoos and conditioners, combs, brushes and nail clippers. Towels, blow dryer and “bribe treats” are also provided.
Mud Bay Many Locations in the Greater Seattle area
The very first Mud Bay pet store sold pig feed and alfalfa hay. As more stores were created, the store’s focus changed to providing healthy and well-made foods and supplies for dogs and cats. If bring something home and it doesn’t work, they will be happy to take it back or replace it. You’ll find Mud Bay stores in the neighborhoods of Broadway, Uptown, Bell Town, Broadway, University Village, Ballard, Greenwood and Admiral. You’ll also find Mud Bay on Mercer Island, Kirkland, Shoreline, Overlake, Lake Forest Park, Redmond, Canyon Park, Burien, Lynnwood, Sammamish, Renton, Mill Creek, Issaquah, Kent, Mukilteo, Maple Valley, Federal Way, Gig Harbor, Tacoma, University Place, Sumner, Puyallup, Lacey, Olympia and Tumwater.
Merry Trails 1501 Pike Pl. Ste. 413, Seattle, WA 98101 – 206-623-4142
Located within the Pike Place Market, Merry Trails is less of a gift store for animals and more for the people who love them. Here you’ll find items sorted by breed including t-shirts, socks, plush, signs and more. “They have everything you could want for the crazy animal lover in your life!!” says one shopper who posted their thoughts on Yelp.
Author:Ky DeWald Phone: 206-409-3570 Dated: September 25th 2018 Views: 270 About Ky: With a decade of experience, Ky’s background in mortgage, finance, project management, negotiation...
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