Thanks for joining us for this discussion about pets in Bridgeport. We aren’t exactly sure what section of our post you are after, but we are trying to cover it all so hopefully you find some help right here.
We will get the ball rolling with the best Bridgeport pet stores. Since they are a good place to buy puppies, kittens, toys, food, and supplies so there is a good chance they are the reason most of you visited our page.
The top animal shelters in your area for dog or cat adoption will follow them up. Local dog parks, puppy trainers, and dog bakeries will be the new few topics we cover.
Then we will get into grooming and dog or cat cafes around town. Traveling is more popular than ever these days so we will mention some good hotels that allow pets in your area.
As things progress we will also mention the best places for pet boarding near you. And we will finish it all off with unfortunate topics like veterinarians and dog or cat cremation services.
There will also be an area map to help you figure out which places are closest to your current location. You may also want to look through some of our other guides for more cities around the Northeast.
Best Pet Stores In Bridgeport
When you want to buy a new puppy or kitten or just get some new toys, food, or supplies these best pet stores in Bridgeport are good places to go:
- Natural Pet Outlet at 3380 Fairfield Ave
- H3 Pet Supply at 475 Hawley Ln
- Max Reef Aquatics at 1556 Barnum Ave #3
- Petco at 4559 Main St
Natural Pet Outlet carries only the best natural dog and cat food. They also offer nail trimming and self-service dog washing to Fairfield, Westport, Bridgeport, Newtown, Trumbull, Monroe, and Easton,
H3 Pet Supply sells nutritious and healthy foods as well as high-quality treats and toys and other pet products. They have supplies for dogs, cats, rabbits, chinchillas, reptiles, ferrets, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, rats, and mice.
Max Reef Aquatics is one of Connecticut’s largest aquarium stores. They bring a lifelong dedication to exotic aquatic life, including saltwater fish, corals, and invertebrates while giving free shipping on orders of $250 or more.
Petco sells pet food and products such as toys, beds, and clothing. They also offer full-service dog grooming, dog training, a vaccination clinic, an aquatic area, pet insurance, and vital care.
Animal Shelters & Adoption
Try going to one of these animal shelters before you decide to go the buying new route:
Bridgeport Animal Control, the state’s largest municipal animal shelter, handles a wide range of animal concerns, including animal cruelty investigations, addressing animal concerns involving the risk of rabies, and enforcing animal regulations. Every year, they handle the adoption, placement, and redemption of about 1500 animals.
PAWS is a no-kill animal sanctuary dedicated to the rescue and adoption of homeless, abandoned, and unwanted dogs and cats in our community.
An afternoon at one of these dog parks near you will make them as happy as anything:
- Veterans Memorial Park
- Winslow Dog Park
- North End Dog Park
- Eisenhower Park Dog Run
- Shelton Dog Park
- Stamford Dog Park at Courtland Park
- The Dog Orchard at Cranbury Park
These puppy trainers should hopefully speed up their learning curve:
- Bark Busters at 51 Bank St #2B
- Dog Gone Smart at 15 Cross St
- No Big Woof in Fairfield
- The Balanced K-9
Bark Busters provides in-home dog training services that include behavioral difficulties, puppy management, and basic obedience. The Balanced K-9 provides behavior consultation and adjustment, as well as basic training and a board and train program.
Dog Gone Smart provides puppy lessons, private sessions, boot-camp training, daycare training, socialization, specialty programs, a walk-and-train program, and other services. They also offer dog daycare, boarding, grooming, and canine activities like swimming and hiking while serving Fairfield County, the New York Metro, and the surrounding areas.
More options for puppy training can be found at Petco, No Big Woof, Wagmore, and Pooch Hotel.
At this time we are not aware of any Bridgeport pet cafes. If you do know of one please tell us so we can add the info to this post, thanks.
These local pet groomers should have your your dog or cat looking amazing:
- Magic Scissors Doggie Spa & Boutique at 1040 Madison Ave
- Michelle’s Personal Touch at 3290 Fairfield Ave
- Barking Lot at 710 Brewster St
Full grooming, baths, nail clipping, brushing teeth, ear cleanings, and anal gland work are all available at Magic Scissors Doggie Spa & Boutique. They only use natural shampoo and products plus their boutique sells toys, colognes, bowls, dog carriers, and other items.
Michelle’s Personal Touch offers pet grooming services such as dog and cat grooming, nail clipping, ear cleaning, de-shedding, flea and tick baths, and medicated washes. They only use organic shampoo and flea and tick shampoo of the highest quality.
At Barking Lot grooming and day spa treatments are their specialties, and they can work on dogs of all sizes. Pet grooming is also available at Bull’s Head Pet Hospital, Norwalk Animal Hospital, Ash Creek Animal Hospital & Spa, Petco, Dog Gone Smart, Wagmore and Pooch Hotel.
Pet Cafes In Bridgeport
If you know about any pet cafes in town please tell us so we can add the information to this page, thanks.
Hotels That Allow Pets
Anyone that is traveling and who needs a hotel that allows pets can try:
- Holiday Inn Bridgeport-Trumbull-Fairfield at 1070 E Main St
- EVEN Hotel at 426 Main Ave Route 7, Norwalk
- Stamford Marriott Hotel & Spa at 243 Tresser Blvd
Pet Boarding In Bridgeport
They should get a good nights sleep if they stay at one of these pet boarders:
The Furry Inn offers dog boarding and childcare. Wagmore provides dog daycare, boarding, walking, training, and grooming services.
Pooch Hotel does dog boarding, dog daycare, dog training, and dog grooming. Pet boarding is also available at Bull’s Head Pet Hospital, Norwalk Animal Hospital, and Dog Gone Smart.
Best Veterinarians Near You
You can give them the best medical care possible by going to one of the best veterinarians in your area:
- Brookside Veterinary Hospital at 4540 Main St
- Ash Creek Animal Hospital & Spa at 3290 Fairfield Ave
- Bull’s Head Pet Hospital at 28 Long Ridge Rd
- Norwalk Animal Hospital at 330 Main Ave
Brookside Veterinary Hospital provides emergency and urgent care, dental care, and treatment for all animals and pets including guinea pigs, ferrets, hamsters, rabbits, and birds.
With compassion and competence, Ash Creek Animal Hospital & Spa provides extensive medical, surgical, and dental veterinary treatment for cats and dogs. They also provide pet spa services and pet euthanasia.
Bull’s Head Pet Hospital specializes in the care of dogs, cats, and exotic animals. They provide pet accommodations, professional grooming, bathing, and spa treatments.
During business hours, Norwalk Animal Hospital offers dental care, pet boarding and grooming, and emergency treatments while serving the communities of Norwalk, Westport, Darien, and Lower Fairfield County.
Pet Cremation & Euthanization
All Pets Crematory and Remembrance at 120 Myrtle Avenue is a premier provider of pet cremation services, and Ash Creek Animal Hospital & Spa also does pet euthanasia services.
Click below to check out some of our other posts for these towns in the region:
- New York Shelters, Stores, Training, and Dog Parks
- New Haven Shelters, Stores, Training, and Dog Parks
- Hartford Shelters, Stores, Training, and Dog Parks
- Newark Shelters, Stores, Training, and Dog Parks
Have Fun With Your Pets In Bridgeport
After thinking about all of those local pet stores, animal shelters, adoptions, dog parks, puppy trainers, bakeries, groomers, cafes, hotels that allow pets, places to board your dogs or cats, and even veterinarian or cremation services we hope you have a better understanding of the scene.
We know our future readers would really appreciate it if you could let us know if you noticed anything incorrect, or if you could share your own local pet tricks and tips. Hopefully you have a great time visiting any Bridgeport pet stores, shelters, dog parks, or whatever places you learned about on this page.