Pet Stores in Chicopee


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  • Good Dog Spot
    Man's best friend isn't just a pet to the staff at this pup parlor, but a member of their client's family. As such, each canine is treated like a four-legged king and rewarded with luxuries ranging from spa appointments to birthday parties. At the pet "spaw", canines can bid adieu to excess fur with a grooming session or release stress from chasing their ever-elusive tails with a white-tea-and-vanilla bath. Though denied a driver's license by state law, furry pals can still get from point A to B with taxi services, which employ a van outfitted with special harnesses to shuttle dogs to their daycare or grooming sessions. The Good Dog Spot also boasts a small boutique stocked with pet food, collars, and treats from local New England manufacturers and trusted national brands.
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    40 Old James St
    Chicopee, MA US
  • The Cheshire Cat and Dog, Too
    Brimming with a full line of USDA-certified, human-grade treats for pets, The Cheshire Cat & Dog, Too LLC feeds domesticated darlings with scrumptious pet cuisine made with natural, quality ingredients. Selections for cats and dogs include offerings from Wellness, which incorporates human-grade proteins while avoiding meat by-products, preservatives, fillers, and artificial colors, as well as Taste of the Wild dog foods, which supplements roasted meats with antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables. A variety of raw and canned options for canines and felines ensure dietary variety while providing additional sources of healthy proteins.
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    1320 Waterbury Rd
    Cheshire, CT US
  • The Crate Escape
    Owned by a certified pet care technician and pet first aid provider, The Crate Escape's doting dog-lovers provide a safe haven for man's best friend within a new 10,000 square foot facility. Spacious and secure indoor and outdoor play areas offer constantly supervised running space, dedicated small dog arena, jungle gyms, kiddy pools, and toys that pups can share. Drop one off for a day of socialization ($23), or pack them a baggie of chow, write them an embarrassing "don't forget to wear your retainer" note, and dress them in their jammies for a one-night slumber party ($37), where each canine is kept in a clean and spacious kennel. Dirty doggies can tidy up in a self-service wash ($15) where four extra-large, stainless-steel, waist-high grooming tubs and all the cleaning supplies are provided. Or, for the master on the go, The Crate Escape offers a full-service pooch groom, with prices dependent on breed, size, and coat condition. For specific questions, consult the FAQ.
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    25 N Plains Industrial Hwy
    Wallingford, CT US
  • The Metro Pooch
    The Metro Pooch leaves dogs smelling sweet and acting calm after a fun-filled day in their facilities. During day camp, upbeat tunes fill the air as dogs romp around in groups separated by size and temperament. Overnight guests enjoy a suite with radiant heat floors, lavender scented-linen, and soothing canine lullabies, while web-cams give out-of-town owners peace of mind. The Metro Pooch Spa also provides spa treatments that range from bright coats of nail pawlish to medicated baths that soothe itchy skin.
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    2344 Foxon Rd, Ste 17
    North Branford, CT US
  • Sweet Meadow Farm
    Sweet Meadow Farm is not just a kid-friendly equestrian center. Sure, their experienced instructors lead private and group horseback-riding lessons year-round, but the farm also houses an interactive barnyard zoo. Their menagerie of domestic and exotic animals ranges from miniature horses and potbelly pigs to peacocks and kangaroos. Sweet Meadow Farm hosts birthday parties, too, during which kids can meet new critter friends inside the air-conditioned barn and make up secret handshakes that do not require opposable thumbs.
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    111 Coolidge Street
    Sherborn, MA US
  • Landlocked Dog The
    The staffers at The Landlocked Dog don't put sugar into dogs’ birthday cakes. To cater to doggy palates, they only use all-natural ingredients such as bananas, honey, carrots, and peanut butter, though they can still spell out the name of the birthday pooch in icing. They also handcraft treats for their store's brand, Sophie's Seabiscuits, shaping delectable morsels into hearts and ladybugs. They concoct seasonal bites for the treat-of-the-month club, which gives pups two half-pound bags of incentive to do their owner’s laundry. Their dedication to wholesome pet care extends beyond gustatory rewards, however. The boutique stocks fashionable collars, leashes, and grooming products tailored toward specific ailments, including odor and itchiness. Their selection of calming music—composed specifically to put dogs at ease—fosters peaceful car rides, in which pups aren't compulsively changing the radio station. At doggy daycare, small packs can frolic about the cozy and comforting setting while their owners check in via webcam.
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    1325 Springfield Street
    Agawam, MA US
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