Where to get pet food in Montreal

When it comes to pet food, there’s more out there than just the generic bags of kibble you can get at the grocery store. These pet stores go above and beyond to make sure your cats and dogs get nutritious food that keeps them healthy and thriving. [image credit: Istockphoto]

Pattes A Poil

1
4810, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2J 2L6

Located at the corner of St Denis Street and Villeneuve Street East, Pattes à Poil caters specifically to dog and cat owners, with more than 25 brands of dog and cat food, and also boasts a good selection of toys and other pet accessories.

Mondou

2
90 rue Jean-Talon E, Montréal, QC H2R 1S5

Mondou, founded in 1938, has been around for more than 75 years and has expanded to have 44 locations in the Montreal area alone. The store carries food and accessories for dogs, cats, birds and small pets like hamsters.

Animalerie Little Bear

3
4152, rue Sainte-Catherine O, Wsmt, QC H3Z 1P4

Located on Saint Catherine Street across from Westmount Square, Little Bear has been serving the pet owners of Westmount since 1996. The store has a strong community feel, with owners welcome to bring their pets in to wander the aisles, and a bulletin board available to post notices about pets up for adoption. Little Bear offers a wide selection of food and products for dogs and cats.

Brandy's Centre Holistique et Café Canin

4
828, rue Rachel E, Montréal, QC H2J 2H6

Brandy’s Nourriture caters to dog and cat owners, providing them information on holistic and natural diet choices for their pets. Located on Rachel Street East close to Parc La Fontaine, the store also has a cafe for pets where dogs and cats can be off-leash, play with toys, and enjoy snacks while their owners grab a coffee or juice and take advantage of the free WiFi.

Döghaus

5
5671 Rue Sherbrooke O, Montréal, QC H4A 1W6

This Monkland Village pet supply store, located on Sherbrooke Street West, carries food, treats, supplements and other products for cats and dogs, including “alternative” and raw foods. Doghaus also has a pet “spaw” for grooming.

Boutique D'Animaux Chico

6
3126, rue Masson, Montréal, QC H1Y 1X8

Founded in 1984, Animalerie Chico was originally comprised of just two Montreal stores until 2008, when the business began to take off. Currently there are more than 16 locations, which offer food, toys, accessories and grooming services for not only dogs and cats, but also birds, fish, reptiles and rodents.

Exotic pets, from birds to reptiles and smaller furry friends, can be tricky to shop for when not every retailer has what you need. We’ve rounded up some of the best places to pick up food for your beloved parrot, hamster or iguana.[image credit: iStockphoto]
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