Pets in Alabama


Select Local Merchants

  • Cahaba Beach Dog Park
    Cahaba Beach Dog Park describes itself as "canine heaven," and it might be right. The 4-acre off-leash dog park includes tunnels, streams, trails, and open space for dogs to play with their owners or doggy pals—all of which require temperament evaluation and up-to-date vaccines to enter. There are also separate areas for different-sized dogs and an amphitheater for special events. Additionally, the park provides doggy daycare and boarding services, which include a suite decked out with a memory-foam mattress, television, and webcam, as well as a choice of spa services. Cahaba Beach Dog Park even offers grooming and training. And for your dog's special day, the park hosts dog parties, complete with custom dog cakes or dog goodie bags.
    Read More
    3555 Cahaba Beach Road
    Birmingham, AL US
  • Bell Road Animal Medical Center
    Bell Road Animal Medical Center cares for pets like members of the family, ensuring quality treatment for every furry or feathered creature who comes through the door. Pets' health issues are diagnosed with lab tests performed onsite. After diagnoses, the team members treat animals' ailments. To do so, they may use advanced technology, such as laser therapy, or provide pets with medication from the center's onsite pharmacy. In addition to medical services, pet boarding is available at Bell Road's facility, which includes separate kennel areas for dogs and cats, elevated runs for pups, and kitty condos for felines. The center also provides customized doggy daycare for canines who need to get out of the house or lull the mailman into a false sense of complacency.
    Read More
    2585 Bell Rd
    Montgomery, AL US
  • B and B Pet Shop
    In 1981, B&B Pet Stop paired pet owners with furry friends and items to care for them from a 600-square-foot location. Since then, the store has expanded to 24 times its original size—B&B now fills every nook and cranny of a massive 14,400-square-foot store. But one thing hasn’t changed; it’s still run by Bill Trufant and his sisters Sally and Mary. The trio’s pet emporium stocks everything from Grandma Mae’s Country Naturals cat and dog food and Nylabone chew toys to cages and vitamins for birds. The Trufants and their dedicated staff don’t just equip pet owners with supplies; they also supply the pets themselves, hosting so many critters that children take field trips to the shop the way they might visit a zoo. More than 2,600 gallons of salt water aquariums include a live coral system and a reef display, creating a home for saltwater swimmers, such as pygmy angelfish and crabs. Nearby, red-tail sharks, firemouth cichlids, and other creatures frolic in more than 6,000 gallons of fresh water. The shop also sells more than 800 reptiles and more than 12,000 small animals each year, as well as a fleet of birds. For particularly dedicated caregivers, a selection of rarer, more high-maintenance animals is available, including hedgehogs, which demand a homemade cake thrice a day. B&B Pet Stop’s dedication to animals extends to community-outreach initiatives. For instance, you have the option to round up your purchase price, donating the change to monthly rotating charities, including Animal Rescue Foundation and the Mobile Arts Council. This idea has raised nearly $100,000 in just five years.
    Read More
    5035 Cottage Hill Rd.
    Mobile, AL US
  • Goin to The Dogs and Cats Pet Supply
    Models strut in sweaters and cold-weather gear across poured concrete floors, where small crowds gather to admire, coo, and refasten leashes on the four-legged centerfolds shopping at Goin’ to The Dogs. The pet mecca brims with holistic eats and treats from brands such as Natural Balance and Blue Buffalo, and a variety of collars from Up Country and Pawsitively Purrfect deck fuzz-covered necks in style. Toys by Planet Dog and other brands skitter across the floor to a self-wash station for cats and dogs, where raised stainless steel tubs grant owners easy access to underbellies with deluxe shampoos, soft towels, and a professional-grade dryer to pamper fur and cut down on wind resistance during tail-chasing marathons. Goin’ to The Dogs also delivers parcels within Huntsville city limits on Wednesdays.
    Read More
    814 Wellman Ave NE
    Huntsville, AL US
  • Brookstone
    In 1965, Popular Mechanics ran a small classified ad for Brookstone, a new catalog company that packed its pages with functional products and detail-oriented descriptions. Brookstone quickly expanded to meet the high demand for its collection of ?hard-to-find tools,? and opened the door to its first retail location in 1973. Today, Brookstone?s more than 300 nationwide retail locations allow customers to test-drive its ever-growing lineup of interesting products, which range from Bluetooth-enabled massage chairs to power adapters designed for international travelers and their electronic passports. Staying true to its roots as a catalog company, Brookstone houses an even larger selection of products, each waiting patiently to be shipped, on its website.
    Read More
    2000-167 Riverchase Galleria
    Birmingham, AL US
  • Twin Lakes Stable
    Equestrian phenom Hannah Padgett draws on years of experience and wins as she teaches students the basics of riding English while mounted on carefully selected school horses. Dressed in appropriate attire and helmets (provided), riders aged 5 and older spend time before lessons building horsemanship skills with their steeds through grooming and one-on-one time, and utilize the facility's several miles of trails. To complement the individualized attention of private lessons, the trainers recommend observing more experienced riders.
    Read More
    868 County Road 322
    Moulton, AL US

Groupon Guide

Advertisement