Pets in North Carolina

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4132 Silvermere Way
Charlotte,
NC
US

Red Hill General Store's 4,200-square-foot showroom boasts an extensive and eclectic selection of items ranging from sodas and snacks to garden tools and quality apparel. In the housewares section, visitors can peruse everything from turkey frying kits ($73.99) to playful decorations for hanging on the dog. The lawn and garden aisle presents shoppers with a delightful outdoor thermometer ($8.99+), galvanized pail and colored buckets ($.79+), and enough beans in bulk, from yellow and black eyed to pinto and garbanzo ($2.49/lb), to get green thumbs excited about huge springtime beanstalks. The store also spreads out a selection of apparel, with brand-name items from Carhartt, OshKosh B'Gosh, and Columbia to keep bodies clad.

1141 Falls River Avenue
Raleigh,
NC
US

Brother Wolf Animal Rescue began in 2009 as a small group of volunteers dedicated to helping the community of homeless pets and promoting responsible pet ownership. Over the course of its first year as a licensed shelter, the nonprofit organization was able to find homes for 1,300 cats and dogs.

In addition to working with animals in need of behavioral training, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue also stocks pet supplies and provides grooming services. Its specialty grooming services include bathing, nail trimming, ear cleaning, and gland cleaning for the needs of specific dogs, as well as cats pretending to be dogs.

31 Glendale Ave
Asheville,
NC
US

Settled in Mocksville amid 25 acres of rippling pastures, Dixieland Farm presents visitors with a serene framework in which to learn about, interact with, and take care of equine counterparts. In addition to its 21 boarding stalls, the facility features both indoor and outdoor lighted arenas. There, students learn during group and private lessons led by Dixieland’s friendly instructors, including Marissa Brzescinski, a decorated riding veteran of 25 years.

1784 Godbey Rd
Mocksville,
NC
US

Zoom Room’s dog training facilities have one cardinal rule: owners must be present during class. This is because humans need just as much training as their canine companions when building confidence and communication, and it’s important that owners learn the best positive-reinforcement techniques from the knowledgeable staff. Group classes cover topics ranging from general obedience and agility training to more specific needs such as overcoming shyness. Other classes include Urban Herding, where dogs herd exercise balls into soccer goals indoors, Scent Work, where dogs learn to sniff out missing car keys or the TV remote, and Pup-lates, which is geared toward overweight or senior dogs, or those recovering from an injury.

In fact, improving canine social skills is one of Zoom Room’s missions, as evidenced by the regularly hosted fundraiser events and Doggy Disco parties, which give dogs a chance to meet other dogs and expand away from their inner circle of fire hydrants. This combination of training and fun, in addition to the facility’s selection of solution-oriented training gear, natural dog treats, and functional dog accessories, has garnered an array of local and national press.

12239 N Community House Rd.
Charlotte,
NC
US

The up-tempo workouts at 9Round accomplish a lot in just 30 minutes. With nine unique stations to complete, you'll arrive at a complete body workout, doing everything from strength building with kettlebells to whooping on 100-pound heavy bags to blasting your core. Talented, motivating trainers will keep you focused and maximize your minutes in the gym.

1987 Hendersonville Rd
Asheville,
NC
US