Pet Stores in Mission Viejo

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Hala’s Paws stocks collars, leashes, animal apparel, and natural and organic treats and food for dogs and cats in a vibrant, spacious storefront. Teeth gnaw through foot-long buffalo bully sticks ($5.99), and pups ponder rhetoric as they parse Plato turkey and pumpkin treats ($11.99).

1101 Corporate Dr
Ladera Ranch,
CA
US

Julie’s Pet Grooming and Boarding’s specialists call upon their years of experience with animals to provide specialized attention and care to the dogs and cats that come into their full-service facility. They use organic shampoos and gentle grooming techniques to maintain the appearance and hygiene of pets, trimming bangs and scrubbing dirty areas. They also host cats and dogs for day and night boarding, providing exercise, interaction, and suites to furry friends.

29821 Aventura
Rancho Santa Margarita,
CA
US

At Crown Valley Animal Care, the list of pet-saving services rivals that of any human hospital. In their tireless pursuit to keep pets healthy, dedicated veterinarians use modern technology on furry, fluffy, and rocky friends. Their laser surgery eschews traditional scalpels for highly precise cuts, while ultrasounds and digital radiology detect any potential inner problems. Professional groomers also comb through matted coats, restoring pooches to pristine condition. In addition to providing dentistry, wellness services, and an in-house laboratory for tests, the center’s staff furnishes warmer, fuzzier facilities as well.

Pet boarding suites provide ample room for dogs to lounge and play. Tiffany lamps, soft beds, and pedestals accommodate visiting cats—be they aristocats, blue-collar cats, or cats with any other color of collar.

28892 Crown Valley Pkwy
Laguna Niguel,
CA
US

332 Marigold Ave
Corona Del Mar,
CA
US

25800 Jeronimo Rd
Mission Viejo,
CA
US

The experienced instructors at Leslie Thomson Training forge respectful bonds between humans and horses while cultivating basic riding and Western show skills in both parties. Across rollicking fields of grass, teachers demonstrate how to navigate trail patterns and control the steed's stride and speed. Students also learn proper stallion care, as well as how to use tongue clicks to signal sightings of the ice-cream truck.

25201 Trabuco Rd
Lake Forest,
CA
US