The local Duluth pet scene is going to be covered in full detail right now. We know you all won’t be here searching for the same information but there should be enough discussed to help you plan your next move no matter what that is.
We will kick this one off the same way as we do all of our city guides and that is with the best Duluth pet stores. Puppies, kittens, toys, food, and supplies may all be purchased at them and they will probably help more of our readers out than any other section.
The best local animal shelters for dog and cat adoption will be up next. Following that we will get into dog parks, puppy trainers, and dog bakeries in your area.
Pet grooming spas near you and dog or cat cafes around the city will garner our next couple of sections. We can’t presume everyone reading this lives here so we’ll recommend some pet-friendly hotels too.
As we progress we’ll talk about the best pet boarding facilities in your area, and we are saving the somber topics like veterinarians and dog or cat cremation services for the end. Make sure to look at the map towards the end so you can find out which spots are closest to where you are right now.
If you’re interested in learning more about the Midwest that link will take you to all of our other posts on the region.
Best Pet Stores In Duluth
You may want to buy a new puppy or kitten or you might just need to get some new toys, food, or supplies and these best pet stores in Duluth can handle most of your needs:
- A Place for Fido at 600 E Superior St # 120
- PetSmart at 1732 Mall Dr
- Petco at 903 W Central Entrance
Any of those local pet stores will sell a wide range of pet meals, snacks, collars, leashes, toys, carriers, and other items.
A Place for Fido is a family-run business that caters to active, outdoor, and working dogs.
The PetSmart and Petco locations near you should carry all of the goods you need as well as basic grooming, boarding, and even some veterinarian services.
Animal Shelters & Adoption
Animal Allies Humane Society at 4006 Airport Road has been a long-standing pillar of the Animal Welfare Community for almost 60 years. From its humble origins as a foster-based rescue organization to its current brick-and-mortar adoption center, it has always done great work when it comes to local pets.
On a sunny day these dog parks near you are where they can have a great time:
- Haas Dog Park
- Jean Duluth
- Keene Creek
To speed up their learning curve sign up for one of these puppy training services in your area:
- Twin Ports Dog Training Club at 5092 Lindahl Rd
- Canal Bark at 4502 Airpark Blvd
- Dog Dynasty at 5153 N Tischer Rd
Twin Ports Dog in collaboration with the Arrowhead Small Dog Agility Associations provides small dog agility training.
Canal Bark features a puppy academy that focuses on socialization and basic puppy training, and also offers pet boarding and grooming.
Duluth’s Dog Dynasty provides expert lessons in both obedience and agility. Their obedience lessons include puppy and adult foundation principles all the way up to and including competitive obedience.
Matilda’s Dog Bakery and Boutique at 4521 East Superior Street offers all-natural biscuits and treats prepared with human-grade ingredients.
Make sure your dog or cat is looking their best by taking them to a local pet groomer:
- Riley Rue Pet Spaw at 2132 W 3rd St
- The Grooming Shack at 4711 E Superior St
- From Top Knots To Tails at 215 N Central Ave #3
Riley Rue Pet Spaw helps pet to maintain happy, attractive, and healthier pets through the benefit of regular professional grooming services and premium quality supplies.
There is a self service grooming station at the Grooming Shack.
From Top Knots to Tails includes all grooming requirements including a wash, toenails, anal glands, and ear plucking and cleaning.
PetSmart, Petco, Twin Ports Dog, and Canal Bark also provide pet grooming in your area.
Pet Cafes In Duluth
Right now we don’t know about any local pet cafes but if you do please tell us in the comments, thanks.
Hotels That Allow Pets
If you are trying to find a hotel that allows pets we suggest:
Pet Boarding In Duluth
These Duluth pet boarding services should give them a comfortable rest:
For almost 35 years Northland Boarding has been boarding animals of various shapes, sizes, and types in a tranquil and beautiful country environment for dogs to play, interact, or simply rest and enjoy.
Lewis Lane Kennels offers dog boarding and daycare services.
Twin Ports Dog, PetSmart, and Petco also provide boarding in your area.
Best Veterinarians Near You
They will get the best medical care possible if you take them to one of the best local veterinarians in town:
- Dougherty Veterinary Clinics at 215 E 14th St
- Grand Avenue Veterinary Clinic at 5503 Grand Ave
- BluePearl Pet Hospital at 2314 W Michigan St
- PetCare of Duluth at 2701 W Superior St #102
Any of those animal hospitals should be able to provide standard veterinary care like microchipping, vaccines, flea and tick prevention, parasite control, cremations, euthanasia, other end of life care, and basic surgical or medical procedures.
Canine, feline, rabbits, small mammals, exotics, avians, and reptiles are all cared for at Dougherty Veterinary Clinics.
Grand Avenue Veterinary Clinic includes two examination rooms, a complete pharmacy and laboratory, surgery and radiological suites, a treatment area, kennel space for up to 17 hospitalized patients, and a euthanasia room so that your pet’s last moments may be spent in peace.
Anyone that needs 24 hour emergency veterinary care can call BluePearl Pet Hospital at 218-302-8000.
Pet Cremation & Euthanization
Grand Avenue Veterinary Clinic is a good option for euthanasia. Before you go we want to share some useful links like these for lost and found pets in your area, this one for currently adoptable animals, and this one that breaks down the local pet licensing laws.
Some of you may also want to check out our posts on:
Have Fun With Your Pets In Duluth
After thinking about all of those 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 what is available in your area.
We 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 in the comments. Hopefully you have a great time visiting any Duluth pet stores, shelters, dog parks, or whatever places you learned about on this page.