Dubai, the biggest pet store in Middle East
DUBAI- The Petshop, the biggest pet store in the Middle East, which has a mindboggling array of products and services for your pets, is having a grand opening for its sprawling new, 54,000 square feet (5000m2) facility.
The new facility provides a wide selection of pet food and accessories, special stalls for favourite brands and abundant parking facilities.
The PetShop mega store, located at the Dubai Investment Park I, is being opened on April 26, 2019. The sprawling new facility is a mere 200 metres from the existing one.
It offers food for pets ranging from dogs and cats; for small pets that squeak or hop, to large ones like horses; and for freshwater or marine creatures.
Well-trained and experienced staff help customers visiting the megastore, which will be open seven days a week from 8.30 am to 9 pm.
The new complex offers a wide range of services to customers including grooming of their pets. It also has the largest aquatic section in the UAE, a new aquatic quarantine facility, and of course, a new café for customers and pets.
The inaugural, which will span over two days, will see a wide range of activities including the launch of the ‘Adoption Day,’ fun events and competitions and special offers on products.
The company started operations eight years ago and has three stores including a Sheikh Zayed Road branch (1) – CBD Building, Sheikh Zayed Road Exit 40, Al Quoz Dubai, UAE – Dubai, (2) – The Pet shop LLC Mega store, Dubai investment park 1, E311, Near Premier Inn Hotel, (3) – Dalma Mall – Second Floor, Close to the Cinema, Mussafah – Abu Dhabi and 12,000 products are available. It believes in quality and provides items for pets sourced from only the best and most trusted brands.
Besides pet food, the stores also offer toys, crates, homes and cages, furniture and a wide range of pet accessories.
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