Pet Stores in Berkeley


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  • Bark Magazine
    A magazine about canine culture, The Bark melds readable articles about animal behavior and health with the pooch-related ponderings of writers including Augusten Burroughs, Ann Patchett, and Pulitzer Prize–winning poet Mary Oliver. Subscribers who read the current issue out loud to their bibliophilic bichon frise can absorb an article by Camille Ward and Barbara Smuts, which focuses on how dogs resolve conflicts, or snicker at Rex and the City author Lee Harrington's sly skewering of a dog lover's foibles in "The Chloe Chronicles."
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    2810 8th St
    Berkeley, CA US
  • Pet Food Express
    Established: 1986 Reservations/Appointments: Not offered Handicap Accessible: Yes Staff Size: 50+ Parking: N/A Most Popular Offering: Self-Service Pet Wash
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    500 85th Ave
    Oakland, CA US
  • Bernal Beast
    Five Things to Know About Bernal Beast Bernal Beast keeps its shelves stocked with a wide selection of all-natural, organic, and raw pet foods and treats for dogs, cats, birds, fish, and other small animals. This independently owned pet store also equips pet owners with unique gifts and other supplies, such as clothing, toys, and beds. Beyond its actual inventory, though, Bernal Beast serves pets and owners in numerous other ways. Read on to learn how: There is an on-site salon. It features a bathing station and all the necessary supplies so pets can look dazzling when they head home or to their date. Customers rave about the staff. The helpful team members here not only provide assistance finding the right products in the store, but they also keep a list of reputable dog walkers, pet sitters, and groomers for when owners need a breather. An on-site vaccination clinic takes place every month. Customers can call ahead for the dates and times of upcoming clinics. They deliver for free. There is no order minimum for deliveries within Bernal Heights, but there’s a $150 minimum orders for deliveries elsewhere in San Francisco. The shop has a convenient location. It’s surrounded by restaurants, coffee houses, and other friendly businesses, and it’s just two blocks away from Holly Park.
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    509 Cortland Ave
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Citipets
    Dog boarding without kennels. It may seem like a curious proposition, but the family-run team behind Citipets, run their center based on the philosophy that dogs function best when they're part of a pack?overnights included. Further, the duo believes kennels cause anxiety and provide dogs no comfort from nightmares about cars chasing them. Instead, dogs bunk down in communal sleeping rooms where classical music eases them to sleep. That's just one way Citipets provides special care for each furry visitor. At daycare, dogs are separated into groups by size and temperament during their full day of play. In the 5,000-square-foot outdoor area, they wrestle on artificial turf and play with one other and the dedicated staff. Indoors, they take over 9,000 square feet, with plenty of nooks for tired dogs to recharge with a nap or curl up with War and Peace.
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    183 W Portal Ave
    San Francisco, CA US
  • K9 Playtime
    You won’t see cages line the walls at K9 Playtime. Instead, you’ll notice an open indoor environment where dogs can romp, sip from fountains burbling with fresh water, and socialize with other canines and friendly staffers. To make their stay even more accommodating, the facility installed certain zones with K9 grass, a durable artificial sod specifically designed for dogs to aid in proper outdoor potty training. In addition to keeping them happy and active, this social environment makes dogs more receptive to behavior training. Using positive methods, K9's pet experts can correct issues such as separation anxiety and fear- and insecurity-based aggression toward strangers, as well as help potty train them. At the end of the day, furry visitors either go home or stay overnight for boarding, sleeping on comfortable beds. Staff members are always present to ensure safety and security.
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    590 Brannan St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • SF Hound Lounge
    As lifetime dog lovers, Ashley and Doug Bunker were discouraged by the overcrowded and grimy conditions they found at many of the dog daycare centers near their home. So they decided to open up their own dog daycare, SF Hound Lounge, where they could give pups exceptional attention in a clean, spacious facility. SF Hound Lounge has a 7,000-square-foot main play area as well as a separate play area for small dogs and large, lung-bearing goldfish. Staffers supervise the dogs at all times and disinfect shared toys and bowls daily. In addition to the cage-free boarding loft, the facility includes a self-serve dog-washing area stocked with shampoo, brushes, and nail clippers.
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    2825 Mariposa St.
    San Francisco, CA US
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