Pets in Beacon Hill

$55 for $100 Worth of Pet Care — Follow My Lead

Follow My Lead

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Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$100 $55

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Two Doggy Daycare Visits with Initial Interview and Screening at Common Dog (49% Off)

The Common Dog

Lower Mystic Basin

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$35 $18

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One or Three Self-Serve Dog Washes and Professional Nail Clippings at Modern Dog Boston (Up to 58% Off)

Modern Dog Boston

St. Marks

Scrub your dog clean with a self-serve bath that includes scented shampoo, a blow-dry, cologne, and other perks

$31 $15

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Dog Grooming or Doggy Daycare at Tail Waggerz Pet Care (Up to 70% Off). Five Options Available.

Tail Waggerz Pet Care

Nonantum

7,500-square-foot indoor and outdoor facility where pets are bathed, cared for, socialized, and pampered

$62 $28

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$50 for $100 Worth of Obedience Training — Five Rings Dog Training

Five Rings Dog Training

Hanson

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$100 $50

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$49 for a Comprehensive Pet Exam and $30 Toward Service Costs at Westford Animal Hospital ($100 Value)

Westford Animal Hospital

Westford

Veterinarians examine pets before performing services ranging from vaccinations to heartworm and parasite tests

$100 $49

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$50 for $90 Worth of Pet Kennel Services — Lovable Lounge

Lovable Lounge

Whitinsville

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$90 $50

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I Soci Salon lives up to the reputation of historic Newbury Street—which has been called the Rodeo Drive of the East—while maintaining a comfortable, earthy atmosphere. The crew has hosted fashion shows, and co-created a short movie with a local film and arts collective. White cube-shaped tables and ‘60s-inspired artwork give the space a clean, modern vibe, which complements services such as precision razor cuts and Liscio Japanese hair-straightening treatments.

8 Newbury St
Boston,
MA
US

With multiple locations as well as mobile scanning units, the Animal Rescue League rescues and cares for lost or stray pets with medicine, food, and shelter until owners can be located through the information provided on the animal's microchip. The organization also takes in and scans animals brought in by law enforcement as well as other shelters and rescue programs. As a nonprofit organization, the Animal Rescue League of Boston has only been able to purchase one microchip scanner. With a high volume of intakes and multiple intake locations, animal rescuers frequently face delays in the provision of health and placement services as a result of the equipment shortage. Additional microchip scanners would allow the Animal Rescue League to facilitate more prompt medical and behavioral evaluations, reunions, and adoptions.

10 Chandler St
Boston,
MA
US

Boston Phoenix and Boston Magazine both agree that the off-leash adventures led by Doggie Daytrippers are an upgrade from leaving pups at home. The rationale behind the unique form of doggy daycare? A tired dog is a happy dog. Tiring activities look a bit different for each dog, which is why doggy field trips involve swimming and snowshoeing at local parks and beaches, whereas daycare includes hours of open play at each pooch's pace. Dogs can also pal around with new friends if owners sign them up for a city hike, which means two hours at a nearby dog park, including pickup and drop off at home.

214 Shawmut Ave
Boston,
MA
US

Lauded by The Improper Bostonian as 2011’s best pet boutique, The Fish & Bone seeks out high-quality pet essentials to stock the shelves its Newbury Street hub. Handpick a doggie bag of treats from a smorgasbord of pup-approved chewies, such as The Peanut, a nuttily-shaped and flavored chew toy ($16.99), or Moose Antlers ($17.99+), all-natural lobster- or blueberry-flavored long-lasting chew hailing from Maine. Meteorlight balls ($11.99) ensconce an internal light to foster late-night play or help pooches sign secret messages to far-off ancestor Canis Major, and Beba squeaky toys ($14.99) cater to the patriotic pup with an all-in-one treat dispenser made in the USA. The Fish & Bone also stocks collars, jackets, pet beds, strollers, and halters for pets who crave a stylish, safe, and snuggly lifestyle.

217 Newbury St
Boston,
MA
US

Back Bay Dog Walking’s canine caretakers lend a helping hand to busy pet owners within Boston city limits by providing services designed to exercise and entertain four-legged friends seven days a week. Parents of new puppies up to 6 months of age can rest easy knowing their babies are being taken care of during the day with the puppy program, where an experienced sitter provides three walks throughout the day as well as a midday meal. Meanwhile, play groups provide energetic pooches the chance to spend a full hour romping around a fenced-in dog park with like-minded mutts.

224 Commonwealth Ave
Boston,
MA
US

All posh dogs love shopping along Newbury Street – or at least their owners do. But when the pooches get dirty, it’s time to book an appointment at Pawsh Dog Boutique & Salon. Located in the Back Bay, just steps from Newbury Street’s glitz, the trained professionals on staff carefully trim each dog’s nails, clean their ears and even brush their teeth following the full-service grooming. This by-appointment-only salon also sells carry-on bags for small pups, haute collars, stylish jackets, comfortable dog beds, conditioning shampoo and a selection of natural foods, which is helpful for owners with finicky or allergic pets. After all that, your dog will still love the doggie treats on the counter most of all.

31 Gloucester St
Boston,
MA
US