Below are some local pet-related businesses and non-profit organizations we highly recommend. To learn more about any business on this page, just click on their logo and you will be taken directly to their website.
Mission Statement: “To provide exceptional care and compassion for pets and the people who love them.”
Value Statement: “Grace Park Animal Hospital strives to provide compassionate, personalized care to all patients and provide an outstanding level of customer service and education to our clients. We believe in service to the community, and strive to help all animals in need.”
The Pet Pantry® is one of North Carolina’s premier distributor for pet food nutrition, delivering 100% Natural, and Holistic Dog & Cat food right to your door. They offer free samples of any of their blends, as well as FREE local delivery to most areas in The Triangle. The ordering process is easy and seamless and any questions you may have are answered very quickly by Thor, the owner of The Pet Pantry.
Paw Prints animal Rescue (PPAR) is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the population of homeless cats, kittens, dogs and puppies through foster care, medical treatment, and adoption into forever homes. They maintain two programs — a Rescue and Adoption Program and a Feral Cat Management Program. Individual donations are our most important source of income as they receive no public funding. Paw Prints makes a lifetime commitment to every animal that they rescue. Check out their home page to find out about their upcoming adoption events in your area!
VetMobile is a mobile veterinary practice providing convenient, affordable, personal care for your pet right at your home. In addition to routine physicals, vaccinations, basic blood work, blood pressure check and blood glucose monitoring, Dr. Marty provides Hospice Care in coordination with your regular veterinarian’s medical treatments, and at-home euthanasia when the time is right.
We went on vacation recently and Hillary watched our (many) cats. One in particular refused to be found during a visit, and Hillary would not leave until she put eyes on her. Also, our house was as clean when we returned as we left it, which is amazing considering the cats kick out litter and dump food out of their bowls at a rapid rate. We felt very at ease knowing Hillary was caring our cats, and plan on having her back soon and often. The value for the service you receive is great with Hillary. Don’t hesitate – call Hillary!