Pets in Philadelphia


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  • Walk It Like A Dog
    The pet-loving folks at Walk It Like A Dog understand the deep connection between owner and pup and take the task seriously from leash to release. Before the first walk, they'll meet and greet you and your four-legged friend in an effort to establish trust and an understanding of your dog's specific needs. Upon request, your walker can also provide fresh water or food during the scheduled walk. After the jaunt through the park and sprint down the sidewalk, your Walk It Like A Dog dog walker then returns your pet to its humble abode and sends you a text message confirming that the beagle has landed.
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    934 E Moyamensing Ave
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • Caring for Cats
    In a high-ceilinged, sunlight-drenched and fully renovated factory building at the edge of Manayunk’s Main Street business district, Caring for Cats is a multipurpose resource for felines and their owners. Keep your kitty healthy and purring with Caring for Cats’ veterinary services, including on-site radiology capabilities and a maintenance program designed specifically for older animals. You can even untangle and beautify your long-haired feline with their grooming services, or board your buddies here while you’re out of town. Simple point-of-sale pieces at the front of the facility help keep your kitty well groomed with flea combs and toys too, so they’ll quickly forgive you for the bath. Best of all, barking or otherwise curious dogs are never an issue at this cats-only facility.
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    100 Leverington Ave
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • Wag The Dog
    The trusted employees at Wag The Dog treat their clients’ four-legged friends like family. Walkers pick up canines at their homes and walk them around their neighborhood, which lets dogs sniff familiar shrubbery and catch up with their favorite fire hydrants. Wag The Dog also offers boarding and in-home pet-sitting services to help clients on vacation or clients in the midst of weeklong hide-and-seek tournaments. Before appointments, clients meet with a staffer to communicate any training techniques and dietary needs they need to follow.
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    1730 North 5th Street
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • Dog School
    During doggy daycare at Dog School, pets play in harmony with as few restrictions as possible. Dogs are never forced to sleep in crates unless they want to. Little dogs can play with big dogs if they like. The staff—all trained in pet first aid and CPR—attentively watches over the laissez-faire playground, tending to each animal's needs and taking dogs on walks alone or in pairs.
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    718 North 2nd Street
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • Zoom Room Philadelphia
    Zoom Room?s dog training facilities have one cardinal rule: owners must be present during class. This is because humans need just as much training as their canine companions when building confidence and communication, and it?s important that owners learn the best positive-reinforcement techniques from the knowledgeable staff. Group classes cover topics ranging from general obedience and agility training to more specific needs such as overcoming shyness. Other classes include Urban Herding, where dogs herd exercise balls into soccer goals indoors, Scent Work, where dogs learn to sniff out missing car keys or the TV remote, and Pup-lates, which is geared toward overweight or senior dogs, or those recovering from an injury. In fact, improving canine social skills is one of Zoom Room?s missions, as evidenced by the regularly hosted fundraiser events and Doggy Disco parties, which give dogs a chance to meet other dogs and expand away from their inner circle of fire hydrants. This combination of training and fun, in addition to the facility?s selection of solution-oriented training gear, natural dog treats, and functional dog accessories, has garnered an array of local and national press.
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    180 W Girard Ave.
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • Ocean Harbor
    Head to Ocean Harbor in Philadelphia and take a culinary trip to the Far East, where fine Chinese cuisine is readily available. Dieters beware — Ocean Harbor does not offer low-fat cuisine. Ocean Harbor also operates a bar, so a round of drinks with dinner is not out of the question. Ocean Harbor is a terrific spot for families to gather with its kid-friendly ambience and menu. Ocean Harbor can easily accommodate large groups or parties. Those with sensitive ears may want to stay away from this restaurant, though, as it can get quite loud. No need to gussy up for a trip to Ocean Harbor, where patrons dress for comfort and fun. If time is of the essence, Ocean Harbor's take-out option may be a better fit. null Prices are a bit on the higher side, so this might be a good pick for a special night out. You can stop by at practically any time, since Ocean Harbor serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    1023 Race St
    Philadelphia, PA US

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