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If you’re looking for a pet store that provides comprehensive pet products, this article is for you. We’ve compiled a list of ten of the best pet stores in Los Angeles below.
If you are looking for a pet store catering to the more exotic animals such as iguanas or snakes, then check out Allan’s Pet Center in West LA. Originally opened 1963 by Allan Saurin, Allan’s Pet Center has evolved over the years to become the Venice area’s premier pet store, providing everything from food and toys to terrariums and aquariums. Now with a second location in East LA, Allan’s Pet Center can help you find whatever you need to care for your exotic or small pet.
If you’re looking to purchase a new pet, Allan’s Pet Center has all manner of pets available with pet experts to help match you to the right kind. You can even take classes or read their pet education blogs to learn the best way to care for these unusual pets. If you have a specific question or want to find out more information, you contact either store using the information on their website.
Centinela Feed and Pet Supplies, one of Los Angeles’ oldest home-grown pet store chains, began in the 1930s. Over the years, Centinela Feed and Pet Supplies has grown to have over 15 storefronts all over the greater LA area. Whether you’re looking for specialty food, toys, bedding, or health items for your dog or cat, you can find it all at Centinela Feed and Pet Supplies.
You can even bring your dog by for a range of other services, such as a self-service wash, obedience training, and even a doggie teeth cleaning. If you are looking for something specific or have any other questions, feel free to contact them using their online form or phone number.
3. Healthy Spot
Healthy Spot was started by Andrew Kim and Mark Boonnark in 2008 in response to the nation-wide pet food recalls of 2007. They realized that there were very few outlets in LA for healthy and organic pet foods and products. Now a Los Angeles-based chain, with some stores in the Bay Area and elsewhere in Orange County, Healthy Spot has become the place to shop for safe quality pet products for your dog or cat. Not sure what kind of food to buy for your pet? Schedule a nutrition consultation in any of the Healthy Spot outlets to help determine what’s best for your pet’s specific needs.
You can also get your pet groomed at any of the full-service grooming salons. Or if you’re worried about your small dog getting lonely while you’re at work, drop them off at any of doggie day cares at one of the 10 LA locations listed. Want to find out what else they have to offer at your local Healthy Spot location? Contact them online using their drop-down menu.
If you are looking for a pet store which caters to your working dog, look no further than BlueCollar Working Dog. They have everything you need to help keep your K9 or service dog ready for action; whether it’s a muzzle or harness, leash or health supplement, you can find what you need to help your dog train harder at BlueCollar Working Dog.
BlueCollar Working Dog also provides basic obedience training in a group setting or privately for those dogs needing some more specific training, such as behavior modification or protection training. They even have their own in-house walk-in vet clinic and training facilities catering to just working dogs. Contact them if you have any specific questions or need more information.
Opened by Zack Grey in 2007, the Urban Pet provides pet owners in the LA and surrounding areas with premium foods and sustainable pet toys and accessories. Their pet food experts will help you choose the best food for your pet, whether it be a dog, cat, rabbit, reptile, or other small animals.
The Urban Pet also provides obedience classes, full-service and self-service grooming, and in-house vaccinations and dental clinics. You can find everything you need to take the best care of your best four-legged friend at any of the five Urban Pet locations in the greater LA area. Contact them to find out more!
Looking to dress up your furry friend in the finest accessories and clothes money can buy? Look no further than DPet and Gift Shop in the toy district of LA. DPet has boutique-style clothes, beds, leashes, and collars to help your dog look as snazzy as you do.
And for the pet lover in your life, DPet and Gift Shop also creates dog-themed jewelry, such as bracelets, charms, and lockets. You can even pick up a holiday gift that isn’t pet-themed, if you wish. Contact them for more information on their pet products or jewelry making service.
Neil Massa opened My Pet Naturally in 2006 to fulfill what he saw as a void in the pet store market: a health-conscious and eco-conscious approach to pet care. The team working at My Pet Naturally have been educated on the best possible food brands and supplements to help your dog or cat with whatever their medical or dietary needs might be. You can even get freshly baked pet pastries to reward your four-legged friend.
My Pet Naturally also provides full-service grooming for dogs and cats, so you can make an appointment to drop off your pet for a spa day while you chat to the food experts on hand to help. If you are looking for something specific or have any questions related to their products and services, contact them online or by phone or email.
Whether you have a dog, cat, or small animal, Pet Project LA has the latest toys, bedding, apparel, and accessories for your pet. They also have a range of organic, raw, and dried food and treats, as well as dietary supplements and health products. You can even get travel and holiday gifts for your pet!
Pet Project LA has even thought of the pet lovers and stock a collection of pet-themed human gifts, such as clothes and stickers. Looking for something specific? Contact them via their online web form or using one of the methods posted on their site.
Tailwaggers Pets opened in 2003 by Todd Warner to provide local pet owners with natural and healthy pet care and products from a local store they could trust. They have natural food and treats for your dog or cat, as well as raised feeding dishes to help your pets eat. You can also find dietary supplements and grooming supplies to help your pets stay happy and healthy while they play and cuddle.
The flagship Hollywood store has a doggie daycare which offers hourly, half-day, and full-day services. Your dog or cat can also get pampered at the full-service grooming salon; you can find their services and fees, as well as how to make an appointment, here. Have other questions or need to know about their Los Angeles store? Contact them by email or call them using the phone number at the bottom of every web page.
10. Maeday Outpost
For the eco-conscious and feminist-minded pet owner, check out Maeday Outpost between the Bicycle District and the Silver Lake areas of Los Angeles. All the food products, including treats, are created by companies which use sustainable and environmentally sourced ingredients. Even the toys and supplies come from female-owned companies using recycled products.
Maeday Outpost does more than just eco-friendly food and products. They also host birthday parties and will not only provide the birthday cake, but also the party favors for the birthday guests. If you have a puppy in need of some friends, stop by on Sundays for puppy socialization time. To book any of these services or find out more about the products they stock, contact them using any of the methods on their website.