Since 1988, Pet Supplies Plus has welcomed millions of furry critters of every stripe—from llamas and monkeys to potbellied pigs—into their animal-friendly stores. The shop is designed so that both pets and their owners can easily navigate the inventory of more than 10,000 items. Wide aisles give leashed pups enough room to roam, colorful signage keeps shoppers moving in the right direction, and low shelves allow dogs to sniff out their preferred brand of rawhide chew. A self-serve dog wash enables guests to scrub their canine companions' coats to a youthful, puppy-like shine, whereas grooming services enlist professionals to tackle tougher jobs, such as brushing out matted fur or convincing dalmatians to stop mixing white and black after Labor Day.
Living Sea Aquarium, Inc. can provide you with great aquariums, equipment and livestock. We get new fish shipments every week. We hae a knowledgable staff and a great selection of marine fish, inverts and fresh water fish. If you want it, we can find it for you. We are open 7 days a week.
Agility Junkies®, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the sport of Dog Agility. Located in Barrington, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, Agility Junkies is the only indoor/outdoor dog agility training facility offering agility classes in the area. With 3500 sq. ft indoors and 100X75 outdoors, fenced and on grass
With more than 32 years of experience in dog obedience and behavior training, Wet Nose for Dogs founder Dave Wieczorek promotes a healthy and nurturing environment for canine carousing. Open Monday–Friday, Wet Nose's dog day care lets pups revel and race amidst 2,000 sq. ft. of indoor play space as well as an additional 2,000 sq. ft. of outdoorsiness. Wet Nose's indoor space features plenty of windows and natural light and all participants must pass temperament and personality testing to ensure the safety and well being of dogs, clients, and staff. Wet Nose's staff of trainers will also lead dogs outside to do their business, helping pups maintain good house-breaking habits while overcoming their fear of ladybugs.
Over the past quarter century, Serpent Safari's indoor zoo has amassed a collection of rare reptiles that have appeared in publications such as National Geographic. Animals of impressive age, unusual coloring (such as an albino alligator), and Guinness World Record-holding weight have all called the Safari their home. Originally founded as a reptile adoption and education center, the Safari now runs guided tours and birthday parties that usher children through the world of scaly, cold-blooded creatures known as bankers into the diverse realm of reptiles. Following the tours, patrons can partake in photo opportunities with giant snakes, or take home a friend from the pet store.