Everything we know about pets in Prague will be broken down in detail for you today. Whether you are a current owner or trying to find a new special friend there should be plenty of info here to help you figure out your next move.
The first section will be all about the best Prague pet stores. We figure since they are a good place to buy puppies, kittens, toys, food, and supplies they will probably be the most popular section of this post.
Dog or cat adoption at the best animal shelters in your area will be up next. With so much overpopulation the adoption route is the choice of many these days.
Local dog lovers will get the most from our next few sections which are about dog parks, puppy trainers near you, and dog bakeries. Then we will jump into grooming and dog or cat cafes around the city. Hotels that allow pets to check in will also get their own section for any new visitors to the area.
You will also learn about the best places for pet boarding near you if you are traveling out of town yourself. At the end we will get into some unfortunate topics like veterinarians and dog or cat cremation.
There will also be a local animal map to help you figure out which places are closest to your current area. You may also want to look through some of our other guides for more cities around Europe at this link.
Best Pet Stores In Prague
It doesn’t matter if you are trying to add a member to your family or just need some new toys, food, or supplies the best pet stores in Prague would be:
Whether you want to buy puppies, kittens, or other animals Pet Center and Pesko Pet Supplies can help you out. They have a wide variety of quality food for dogs, cats, and others plus all the supplies you could need.
Animal Shelters & Adoption
These animal shelters should have plenty of cute dogs and pets for adoption:
If you find yourself in a situation that involves lost or found dogs, cats, or other pets then Útulek Troja is a good place to contact. This shelter specializes in pet adoptions plus they can even help with implanting microchips.
Útulek Šanta kočičí is a cat shelter that also caters to adoption. One perk about adopting a dog from a Prague pet shelter is that you don’t need to pay the registration fees for the first two years.
There is not much that will make them happier than spending some time at one of these dog parks near you:
- Letna Park
- Psí louka Libeň
- Stromovka Park
- Letna Park
- Petřín Hill
- Židovské pece
- Sacré Coeur Park
- Kampa Island
It might be hard to teach an old dog a new trick but these local puppy training services will give you the best shot:
- Psitrenink.cz – Robert Zlocha at Kettnerova 2048/28
- Trenér psů- Adam Holeksa
- Dogitory at Záhořanského 4
Whether you want to join group puppy training lessons or get at home dog training Psitrenink.cz is a good option. Some of the services available at Trenér psů outside of just training are boarding, dog walking, meal prep, and they even have a dog salon.
Dogitory provides dog training, puppy classes, dog sitting, a daycare, and walking. Other places we have listed throughout this post that can also train your dog are Psí školka Happy Dog and Hlídání mazlíčků Petland.
We don’t know of any businesses that are strictly pet bakeries, however remember that earlier we mentioned Dogtown has a dog bakery where they make their own treats.
Prague Pet Grooming
You can get grooming for dogs, cats, rabbits, and other animals by visiting PetGrooming Company at Radlická 571. They can even provide a few cosmetic treatments.
In addition to being a great place for grooming Dogtown also has a dog bakery and an array of grooming products for sale. You can find more options for pet grooming at Trenér psů, Psí školka Happy Dog, Hlídání mazlíčků Petland, and Školka Pro Pejska.
At Cat Café Prague which you will find at at Gorazdova 20 you don’t pay by the cup you pay for the time inside and then get unlimited coffee, tea, soft drinks, cookies and snacks. They also have board games, an Xbox, plus you can play with all the furry four legged friends.
Just in case the name didn’t give it away this is strictly a cat café.
Hotels That Allow Pets
For a hotel that allows pets stay at:
- The Grand Mark at Hybernská 12
- Hotel Julian at Elišky Peškové 197
- Pytloun Boutique Hotel at Václavské nám. 779/16
Pet Boarding In Prague
These Prague pet boarding services are where to go when you need to take a trip:
- Psí školka Happy Dog at Českobrodská 835
- Hlídání mazlíčků Petland at Marie Cibulkové 1177/10
- Školka Pro Pejska at K Vrtilce 58
Not only can you get dog boarding at Psí školka Happy Dog but they also do training, have a pet salon, and can help with transporting you pets. Hlídání mazlíčků Petland is a pet hotel for all animals, including exotic animals.
They can do pet training, dog walking, grooming and other services as well. Školka Pro Pejska is a pet salon and spa that can also handle your dog boarding needs. Additional places you can board your pet include Trenér psů and Školka Pro Pejska.
Best Veterinarians Near You
If unfortunate medical problems arise go to one of the best veterinarians near you and get the best care:
- Vetcentrum Duchek s.r.o. at K Hajům 2671/8
- AA Vet at Chmelová 3316/6b
- Veterinární klinika Bílá Hora at Čistovická 413/44
- Pet Care Clinic at Tusarova 1520/24
You can get emergency veterinary service at Vetcentrum Duchek s.r.o. until midnight each night. They provide medical care on everything from dogs to cats to zoo animals.
Using natural medicines and natural treatments your pet will be in good hands. If you need 24/7 emergency veterinary service you can get it at AA Vet.
Pet Cremation & Euthanization
You can get in home pet euthanasia, individual or communal cremations, or host a pet funeral at Krematorium zvířat Praha at Podnikatelská II 620. Plus they have 24 hour emergency services.
For more info on lost and found dogs near you check out that local Facebook group. You may also want to read some of our other guides for these nearby cities:
Have Fun With Your Pets In Prague
We tried to cover the scene in full for you in this post. We hope you learned at least a little something about the best 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 near you.
We and our 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 in the comments. Hopefully you have a great time visiting any Prague pet stores, shelters, dog parks, or whatever places you learned about on this page.