Pets, like children, require proper care and attention to ensure they don't get bored and bite the mailman. Pamper furry ankle biters with this Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of pet food and supplies at Animal Supply House. Choose from the Irmo location in Columbia or the location in Lexington.
Stocked by a caring staff with extensive knowledge of critter care and behavior, Animal Supply House's shelves brim with healthy pet food and vital accessories, along with hosting a brand new pet pharmacy. For a tougher fashion statement, swap dainty handbags for 20-pound bags of Apex lamb-and-rice dog food ($22.99), stuffed with house-brand eats that coddle sensitive canine stomachs. Cat owners can tame kitty cowlicks with non-greasy Mr. Groom coat and skin conditioner ($9.99), which cleans coats and softens tangles as it deodorizes. After a long day of tail stalking and high-stakes frisbee showdowns, sleepy puppies can curl up in a 30"x21" fleece bed patterned with paw prints ($23.99). Take pause from your store perusal to coo over the shop’s resident selection of rodents, birds, and bunnies.
In addition to pet-related retail, Animal Supply House helps owners cure furry ailments through its brand new pet pharmacy that boasts popular brands at discount prices. Featured names include Heartgard, Iverhart, Revolution, and Advantix Plus–all available at a fraction of their retail cost.
Animal Supply House
Animal Supply House's staff each have extensive knowledge of critter care and behavior, which they use to help pet owners optimize their furry friends' diets. As part of a local business, the staff prides itself on approachability, answering questions about how much to feed a puppy or at what age a cat should learn to read. The house brand of dog food—Apex—is specially formulated to soothe irritable stomachs and reduce shedding. Owners can also peruse pet conditioners designed to soften coats and pet toys to keep animals active. Bunnies, gerbils, and hamsters can be found around the shop, frolicking in their enclosures or quietly studying the sheet music for Don Giovanni.