We appreciate you joining us for this discussion on everything we know about pets in Provo. Our goal is to cover the topic in full detail so you can find everything you need right here on one page.
With that said we can’t think of a better way to begin than by listing the best Provo pet stores. Whether you want to buy puppies, kittens, toys, food, or other supplies they should be able to help you out.
Then we will talk about the top animal shelters near you for those who would prefer to adopt a dog, cat, or other pet instead of buying a new one. Local dog lovers will really enjoy our next three sections which are about dog parks, puppy trainers, and dog bakeries in your area.
Up next you will learn about the top pet grooming salons and dog or cat cafes near you. Frequent travelers will get the most out of the next sections which discuss local hotels that allow pets and also boarding facilities.
Our final topics will be the unfortunate ones like veterinarians and pet cremation services. To get a better lay of the land stick around for our local pet map at the end, plus the curious types can look through our other posts on cities around the Southwest at that link if interested.
Best Pet Stores In Provo
Visit one of the best pet stores in Provo if you want to buy a new puppy, kitten, toys, food, or other supplies:
One of the top exotic pet stores in the state is Jays Jungle which carries a variety of exotic reptiles, birds, rodents, saltwater and freshwater fish plus all the supplies you need. Animal Ark is a good spot to buy puppies, kittens, rodents, reptiles, fish and more.
Animal Shelters & Adoption
The South Utah Valley Animal Shelter located at 582 W 3000 N Street focuses on dog, cat, and other pet adoption. They can help with the placement of animals, pet licensing, and they are who to contact if you are in a situation that involves a lost or found pet in your area.
You know your furry friend would love nothing more than to run around one of these dog parks:
- Bicentennial Dog Park
- Big Springs Park
- Utah Lake State Park
- Spanish Fork Dog Park
- Draper City Dog Park
- Orem Bark Park
These puppy trainers near you will have them following orders in no time:
At Redemption Dog School they have puppy training, group socialization training, a board and train program plus they can teach your dog to walk off the leash. Molli Dogs Training focuses on service dog training and temperament testing.
Other services they provide are therapy dog training and obedience training among others. Another good option for puppy training, boarding and training, a daycare or classes with groups of dogs is Wasatch Canine Camp.
When you want to pamper them with homemade cakes and treats visit Roxy & Mya’s Dog Bakery at 615 W 80 N.
Provo Pet Grooming
A trip to the pet grooming salon should have them looking their best:
Goo Goo Dogs not only is a great place to go for dog grooming but they also breed Teddybear Goldendoodles. At Becca’s Pet Salon they focus solely on dog grooming.
The veterinarians we are about to mention also can help with pet grooming in your area, as does Ruff House from the boarding list.
We are not aware of any dog, cat, or pet cafes in Provo at the moment. If you know of any please tell us in the comments at the end of the post so we can add that info to this page, thanks.
Hotels That Allow Pets
For a hotel that allows pets in Provo stay at:
Pet Boarding In Provo
These local pet boarding services are where to go when you need to take a trip:
When you want your dog to be boarded in a healthy and open environment check out Ricmar Kennels. There are open-play daycare and open-play boarding options with flexible schedules at Ruff House.
They also provide full service grooming, sell all kinds of pet food and accessories, plus they can provide low-cost Bordetella and DAPPv vaccinations for dogs. Remember that all of the veterinarians and pet hospitals near you also do boarding as does Wasatch Canine Camp.
Best Veterinarians Near You
If unfortunate medical problems arise go to one of the best veterinarians near you and get the best care:
Not only can you get emergency veterinary services at Park Animal Hospital but they also have a pet resort facility for specialized boarding plus they do grooming.
At All About Pets they implant microchips, can help you get a dog license, plus they do boarding and grooming.
Pet Cremation & Euthanization
Unfortunately we also should mention that you can get end of life care like pet cremation or euthanization in your area at:
For in home pet euthanasia services you can contact Pet Crossings. You can also try pet cremations that include pick-up and delivery from your local veterinary clinic Pet Reflections can handle end of life care.
You can get more info on licensing dogs or cats in Provo at that link. It is important to note that you can only apply for a license for a length of time as long as their most recent vaccination will be working.
You may also want to read some of our other guides for these nearby cities:
- Buying Dogs & Other Animals in Salt Lake City
- Buying Dogs & Other Animals in Las Vegas
- Buying Dogs & Other Animals in Boise
- Buying Dogs & Other Animals in Denver
Have Fun With Your Pets In Provo
We tried to cover the scene in full for you in this post. Hopefully you learned about a whole lot of pet stores, local 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.
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. We hope you have a great time visiting any Provo pet stores, shelters, dog parks, or whatever places you learned about on this page.