Pets in Smithfield

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The Kelly's Grooming trio?Kelly, Heather, and Jill?make each experience comfortable for pets, focusing on keeping cats and dogs happy while washing and brushing fur and trimming nails.

5800 Heritage Lane
Raleigh,
NC
US

Paws At Play supports pet owners with a variety of services from doggie daycare and cat boarding to pet grooming. During doggie daycare, pets get access to an indoor play gym, multiple outdoor play yards, and a dog pool. Overnight boarders can take advantage of these amenities before hunkering down in one of 38 private suites, which feature a window, adjustable feeding bowls, and raised bedding. The facility also boasts 18 private cat suites where felines can bask in natural sunlight and sway to the sounds of classical music. Separate ventilation systems prevent the smell of canine boarders from stressing out visiting cats.

9108 Glenwood Ave
Raleigh,
NC
US

Pup's Day Out makes visits especially cozy by providing extra attention, belly rubs, and games of fetch free of charge. Spread out across 7,000 square feet of space, the locally owned facility features no crates or kennels, granting dogs the liberty to run about with their friends under the surveillance of a pooch-loving staff. That same staff also provides various grooming services right on site, including haircuts, baths, and nail trimming.

2412 Atlantic Ave.
Raleigh,
NC
US

The best reward for a newly groomed dog is a tasty treat. Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming Wakefield provides both with its grooming stations and gourmet baked treats. Pets can stop in for a wash at the hands of a certified groomer or let owners do the dirty work at a self-service tub. A cornucopia of snacks, from peanut-butter bones to doggie donuts, awaits pooches in the retail store, where they'll also find animal outfits and regular food.

13600 New Falls of Neuse Road, Suite 102
Raleigh,
NC
US

A team of talented veterinarians lead the way at Animal Hospital at Brier Creek, where they take care of furry friends using state-of-the-art technology in a warm and loving environment. Owners can tune in to a 24-hour website with cameras trained on their pets to keep an eye on their recovery, and dogs and cats receive free bandanas or catnip with their visits. See the hospital's FAQ page for additional information.

10500 Little Brier Creek Ln
Raleigh,
NC
US

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) of Wake County was originally founded in 1969 to transform the region into a humane area where every animal could find a home. Today, it works toward this goal by sheltering and securing the adoption of more than 3,000 animals every year and providing lost-and-found services for missing pets. The organization also supports pet owners with classes to help them care for their animals and addresses the problem of overpopulation through catch-and-release spay or neuter programs.

200 Petfinder Ln
Raleigh,
NC
US