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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.

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


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 is offering, for a limited time, FREE DELIVERY within Guilford County ONLY between 10 am - 5 pm, Monday through Friday. All delivery orders have a minimum of $20 and exclusions apply. The only live animals available for delivery are feeders and fish. Give us a call at 336-294-8101 to schedule an order for Free Delivery.

Friendly Pets is offering, for a limited time, CURBSIDE SERVICE, only in the parking spaces directly in front of our store. All orders for Curbside Service must be pre-paid over the phone 336-294-8101 and you must call when you are parked out front. Our sales staff will come to your car and load everything for you as soon as we can.

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


The summer months can be fun for pets and their owners with trips to the park, the beach, outings to dog-friendly restaurants, hikes, and playtime in the yard. But, there are some important safety tips that pet owners need to keep in mind to protect their pets from excessive heat and other summer hazards.

Keep cool!
  • Save walks for cooler parts of the day
  • Carry water with you for you and your dog
  • Remember asphalt gets very hot. If you cannot hold your hand on the asphalt for 30 seconds it is too hot to walk your dog
  • Make sure your dog has ample shade and a constant source of cool water when outside
  • NEVER leave your dog in the car - Even on a pleasant day, temperatures in a parked car with the windows rolled down can exceed 100 degrees within 10 minutes.
  • Don't shave your pet. This actually removes the natural insulation properties that their coat provides.
  • Pets can get sunburn too. Use pet-friendly sunscreen if your pet will be out in the sun for an extended amount of time.
  • Avoid Summer Toxic Chemicals that could be consumed. These include but may not be limited to:
    – plant food
    – fertilizers
    – insecticides and pesticidessuch as slug, snail, mole and gopher baits
    – coolants
    – citronella candles
    – and insect coils that may be around the home and yard.
  • Keep pets out of your compost bin! Potentially lethal tremorgenic mycotoxin intoxication can result from ingesting fungus found on decomposing objects
  • Also, be careful of ponds and other stagnant water that could contain various water-borne parasites such as Giardia, Coccidia, Leptospira, Campylobacter, and Cryptosporidia and cause mild to severe diarrhea.

A special thank you to the NC State University Veterinary Hosptital for this helpful information. To read their entire Summer Pet Safety Article Click Here!

Portable Dog Bowl with Water