Welcome to Friendly Pets

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AS MUCH AS YOU DO!

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Pets and Supplies!

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

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

Safe Fall Pet Activities

Social distancing is still a concern and some fall activities are impacted, but that doesn't mean you can't get outside and celebrate the season with your pet! Below are a few options you might want to try.

Visit a Pumpkin Patch

With acres of farmland, most pumpkin patches offer a fun activity where you can easily maintain proper social distancing while having a fun outing with your pet.

Carve Pumpkins

Pumpkin carving in the backyard is a fun activity for the whole family including the family dog. Check with your vet first to confirm that there are not extenuating circumstances with your pet, but generally pumpkin is a healthy treat for your pup, so they will gladly help you clean up the scraps.

Take Long Walks

With the cooler fall weather, there is less chance of either you or your pet becoming overheated. Take advantage of that with some nice long walks to enjoy the colorful fall scenery - either in your neighborhood or one of Greensboro's beautiful parks.

Go Apple Picking

We are fortunate to have lots of apple orchards just a couple of hours away in the Brushy Mountains of NC. Your dog will love a trip to the orchard where they can sniff out apples as a sweat treat. You shouldn't allow them to overindulge in apples and, again, check with your veterinerian to make sure that an apple treat is okay for your dog.

Trick or Treat

Trick or Treating can be a fun activity for the whole family including pets. Just make sure to follow all the normal safety rules as well as social distancing rules in your area. Friendly Pets has great pet costumes for extra Trick or Treating fun!

Play Football or Tailgate in the Backyard

Whether you are tossing around the football, or doing a little remote tailgating, your dog will love getting in on the action. If you are tailgating, make sure you keep your puppy away from the hot grill, human food and drink, and other hazards.

Sheltie on porch with pumpkin