Pet Stores in Rohnert Park


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  • Fit 'N Furry Pet Resort & Training Center
    Fit 'N' Furry Pet Resort pampers dogs and cats with day and nighttime pet-lodging services in a safe, spacious, certified-green facility. Basic overnight care for dogs (a $29–$41 value/night depending on size) and cats (a $21–$24 value/night) houses wee loved ones in personal rooms or suites adjacent to three large playrooms, all viewable via 24-hour webcam or dog-whisperer telepathy. Enhance sessions with various additional à la carte items (not included with the Groupon), including treats, nature walks, and coin-operated petting machines.
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    860 Lindberg Ln
    Petaluma, CA US
  • Hugh White Training Stable
    With 35 years of experience under his belt, Hugh White of Hugh White Training Stables and fellow equestrian Jody Werner impart horse-whispering skills to riders of all levels during fun, expertly taught lessons. After one to three students saddle up, experienced instructors draw on classical training methods to teach basic, intermediate, or advanced skills. Horses paw at yellow sand in huge arenas or leap over jumps in outdoor fields as students trot, cantor, jump, or arrange their mounts in My Little Pony–inspired tableaus.
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    7600 Lakeville Highway
    Petaluma, CA US
  • Woodlands Pet Food and Treats
    We're a new kind of store, focused on healthy food and top-quality accessories & supplies for pets. Everything we do centers around helping our customers maintain the health of their pets, and enrich their lives. At Woodlands Pet, you can treat your pet family with the same loving care as the rest of your family...
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    296 Bon Air Ctr
    Greenbrae, CA US
  • Proof Lab
    With a stylish expanse of brand name products, Proof Lab outfits aspiring boarders with all they need to dexterously maneuver decks around watery and cement-covered bodies. Prepare for a day of carving through waves with rental of a surfboard and wetsuit ($40), or flex bristling arm muscles without swapping bodies with Mr. Universe by renting a standup paddleboard ($40). Proof Labs' surf and skate swamis carry threads from Patagonia, Volcom, Quiksilver, RVCA, Hurley, and Billabong, as well as designer shades to shield eyes from half-dressed pipes. Equip surfboards for the fall swell season with a new traction pad ($22–$38), and keep toes toasty with an aquaiferous pair of O'Neill or Xcel surf booties ($40). In addition to hosting regular demos and outdoor events, Proof Lab makes connections with local skating societies by granting budding sky artists free access to their indoor skate park to test new boards, practice tricks, or recreate scenes from Xanadu.
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    254 Shoreline Hwy
    Mill Valley, CA US
  • Bark Magazine
    A magazine about canine culture, The Bark melds readable articles about animal behavior and health with the pooch-related ponderings of writers including Augusten Burroughs, Ann Patchett, and Pulitzer Prize–winning poet Mary Oliver. Subscribers who read the current issue out loud to their bibliophilic bichon frise can absorb an article by Camille Ward and Barbara Smuts, which focuses on how dogs resolve conflicts, or snicker at Rex and the City author Lee Harrington's sly skewering of a dog lover's foibles in "The Chloe Chronicles."
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    2810 8th St
    Berkeley, CA US
  • Citipets
    Dog boarding without kennels. It may seem like a curious proposition, but the family-run team behind Citipets, run their center based on the philosophy that dogs function best when they're part of a pack?overnights included. Further, the duo believes kennels cause anxiety and provide dogs no comfort from nightmares about cars chasing them. Instead, dogs bunk down in communal sleeping rooms where classical music eases them to sleep. That's just one way Citipets provides special care for each furry visitor. At daycare, dogs are separated into groups by size and temperament during their full day of play. In the 5,000-square-foot outdoor area, they wrestle on artificial turf and play with one other and the dedicated staff. Indoors, they take over 9,000 square feet, with plenty of nooks for tired dogs to recharge with a nap or curl up with War and Peace.
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    183 W Portal Ave
    San Francisco, CA US
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