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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

Updated August 13, 2021

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

At this time, we do not have limits on the number of patrons who can be in our store at one time. As per Guilford County Mandate, effective 8/13/21, masks are now required for all patrons entering our store. Thank you for your compliance and understanding!

We will continue to maintain our Facebook Photo Album of all the current puppies and kittens in stock. We try our best to update it daily to ensure that it is as current as possible. If, after viewing this album, you have questions, please give us a call at

Coming soon, we will have a new procedure for access to our pet playtime in our playrooms. We will begin selling Playtime Punch Cards with 100% of all proceeds donated to Susie's Hope animal rescue group.

A Playtime Punch Card will be just $10 and will entitle you (and your group) to a total of ten, 10-minute visits with a puppy or kitten of your choice (some restrictions apply) in a playroom. Please see a Friendly Pets Staff Member for additional details.

We will also begin limiting Playtime to the following hours each day:

  • Monday-Thursday: 1:00-5:00 pm
  • Friday & Saturday: 1:00-5:00 pm & 6:30-8:30 pm
  • Sunday: 2:00-4:30 pm
COVID-19 Adjustments

Halloween Safety

Everyone gets excited about Halloween, dogs incuded! With that in mind, it is important that dog owners take precautions to protect their four-legged family members. Below are some basic suggestions. For more details visit the American Kennel Club website.

  • Keep Candy away from pets!
    • Chocolate consumption is the #1 cause
      of Halloween dog emergencies!
    • Common candy ingredient, Xylitol, can be deadly.
    • Hard candy, gum, and candy wrappers can cause
      choking or digestive blockages.
    • Raisins can cause kidney failure in dogs.
  • Pet Costumes
    • Avoid hanging items that can be chewed or eaten.
    • Make sure your pet is not overheating in their costume.
    • Choose a costume that doesn't block vision.
  • Light Sources
    • Glow sticks, candles, electrical cords, and batteries are dangerous
      when chewed or ingested.
  • Other People
    • Monitor treats given by well-intended neighbors.
    • Avoid pranksters and don't leave your pet unattended outside.
    • Make sure he can't run out when you open the door to trick-or-treaters.
    • Watch your dog's body lanuguage to make sure they are not overwhelmed by all the excitment. If they seem stressed, remove them to a quite place.
Halloween Dog with costume hat on