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Featured Pets

This is only a partial listing of puppies and kittens and is updated weekly.
For a complete, more frequently updated list, please visit our Facebook Photo Album.
Call for availability dates.

Attention Customers

COVID-19 Adjustments

In response to the current health situation, Friendly Pets has made changes to store policies to help safeguard our customers, staff, and community.

Monday - Thursday 10 am - 6 pm
Friday and Saturday 10 am - 7 pm
Sunday 1 pm - 6 pm

ONLY CUSTOMERS MAKING A PURCHASE ARE ALLOWED TO COME INTO THE STORE AND MUST WEAR A MASK.

We want to help keep everyone safe so we can continue to serve your needs. Our staff members are wearing face masks to protect you as you continue to shop with us. We ask that you wear a mask, too, when coming into our store to protect us, as well. If not, we cannot let you come inside. Thank you for your compliance and understanding! In light of these changes, we have created a Facebook Photo Album of all our current puppies and kittens in stock. We are working to update it daily to ensure that it is kept as up to date as possible. If, after viewing this album, you have questions, please give us a call at 336-294-8101.

Friendly Pets has staff in store daily to care for and love all of our pets. No matter what is going on in the outside world, our staff makes it a point to socialize and exercise our pets all day, every day.

COVID-19 Adjustments

Winter Pet Tips

Each season has it's own joys and challenges for pets and pet owners. Below are a few tips to help make the winter holiday season a joyful one for you and your pet!

COLD WEATHER PRECAUTIONS
  • Provide indoor shelter for all pets, even those that are used to staying outside in the backyard the rest of the year.
  • Keep your pet warm with winter sweaters and coats to help avoid hypothermia.
  • Pay special attention to protect paws from winter weather. Using booties on walks can help prevent cracked and frozen paws.
  • Feed a bit more during winter. The extra calories are needed to help generate the extra body heat that your pet may require.
  • Bathing less frequently in winter ensures that your pet will have natural oils on their skin and coat to better maintain their body temperature and also prevent dry, flaky skin.
  • Don't shave or trim your pets coat close in winter.
AVOID WINTER HAZARDS
  • Since your pet will be spending more time inside, make sure that they don't have access to human foods that can be posionous to pets. These include but are not limited to chocolate, onions, grapes, and xylitol - an artificial sweetener that is even in some peanut butter brands. So, read ALL food labels before giving your pup a peanut butter treat! CLICK HERE for more information.
  • Good rule of thumb is to keep pets away from all holiday plants. Many are poisonous and/or dangerous to pets including pine trees, holly, poinsettias, mistletoe, and amaryllis. Bows and other decorations can also pose choking and digesting threats.
  • Keep pets away from the open flame of candles, fireplaces, firepits and bon fires.
  • If you celebrate the holidays with fireworks, remember that these are often terrifying to pets and can cause them to run away.
  • Keep anti-freeze, rock salt, deicer and other winter chemicals out of reach of pets.
Winter Pet and Owner