Rochester Pet Stores, Shelters, Dog Parks & More

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Welcome to this break down of everything we know about pets in Rochester. Expect to find plenty of helpful info here no matter if you are already a current owner or are considering getting a new special friend.

Our first section will totally cover the best Rochester 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.

Local animal shelters should have plenty of dogs or cats for adoption and with how much overpopulation there currently is you may want to consider that route. The 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. Pet friendly hotels 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 the Northeast.

Best Pet Stores In Rochester

Visit one of the best pet stores in Rochester if you want to buy a new puppy, kitten, toys, food, or other supplies:

There are some pets for sale at Park Ave. Pets plus they have all the supplies and pet food you could ever need. On site you will also find a DIY dog wash and they have grooming services available.

In addition to selling supplies and healthy natural pet foods for dogs and cats Natural Pet Foods Company also does training for dogs and cats. You can buy puppies and dogs in variety of breeds at Allie’s Pet Corner, plus they sell supplies too.

Animal Shelters & Adoption

If you would rather adopt a pet then buy a new one head to one of these local animal shelters:

The shelter at the Rochester Animal Services caters to pet adoptions and fostering. They can also help with getting a dog license. The Pet Adoption Network is also a great place to go if you are trying to adopt a dog, cat, or other pet.

Both of these local shelters are some of your best contacts if you find yourself in a situation that involves a lost or found pet in the area.

Dog Parks

There is not much that will make them happier than spending some time at one of these dog parks near you:

  • Ellison Dog Park
  • Greece Canal Dog Park
  • Sweden Community Center
  • Lookup Dog Park
  • Cobb Hill Dog Park
  • Genesee Valley Park
  • Pittsford Dog Park
  • Highland Park

Puppy Training

It might be hard to teach an old dog a new trick but these puppy training services will give you the best shot:

Dog Bakeries

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The ‘Pupcake’ birthday cakes for dogs at Bones Bakery at 39 South Goodman Street are a great way to show them how much you really care. They bake all their dog cakes and treats fresh throughout the week.

Rochester Pet Grooming

A trip to a Rochester pet grooming salon should have them looking cuter than ever:

Your little friend will be looking great after a visit to one of those pet groomers near you. Spots Dog Grooming also has self-service dog wash stations available.

More options for pet grooming in the area include Park Ave. Pets, Tails of Success, Paws and Claws, and Lakewind Kennels.

Pet Cafes

We are not aware of any dog, cat, or pet cafes 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 stay at:

Pet Boarding In Rochester

These Rochester pet boarding services are where to go when you need to take a trip:

Best Veterinarians Near You

If unfortunate medical problems arise go to one of the best veterinarians near you and get the best care:

All of the above can do the basic vet care like flea and tick prevention, parasite control, vaccinations, microchipping, and standard surgeries on animals. If you need local 24 hour emergency health care for animals Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Services is a great place to contact.

Greece Animal Hospital also provides emergency veterinary services and can help with end of life care. Suburban Animal Hospital provides health care for exotic animals in addition to having a boarding facility.

There is also a boarding facility and euthanasia service available at Irondequoit Animal Hospital.

Pet Cremation & Euthanization

When the sad day comes you can get your dog, cat, or other pet cremated at:

Pets at Peace can help with all kinds of end of life care like pet cremations, funerals, and memorial services. Vetmobile provides in-home veterinary hospice and pet euthanasia.

We all know how much most pets hate going to the vet, well you can make their last moments more peaceful by going the in-home pet euthanasia route.  Additional assistance with end of life care can be found at Irondequoit Animal Hospital and Suburban Animal Hospital.

For more info about dog licenses in Rochester click there. Here is additional information about what to do when in a situation involving lost or found dogs, cats or other pets in your area.

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Have Fun With Your Pets In Rochester

We tried to cover the scene in full for you in this post. You just learned about a whole lot of 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 know our readers would be glad if you could mention anything we got wrong or if you could share your own local pet tricks and tips. Hopefully you have a great time visiting any Rochester pet stores, shelters, dog parks, or whatever places you learned about on this page.

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