SOMETHING NEW IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN TO PET PANTRY...STAY TUNED FOR AN UPDATE
This is out 10 year anniversary in the Yakima Valley, we are about to celebrate in a very unusual way, we are Very excited for this new adventure,, watch for our announcement coming soon, like,,, next week, thank You Yakima For helping make our store a success ~*~
Happy Mother’s Day too all the moms and fur mommas! We are open till 5! Come seee us! ￼￼￼
❤️come check them out!
Jo jo came in for a bath and nail trim what a cutie patootie! Open till 5 today ❤️￼
Thanks for always having a bath ready! You gals are the best!
5 mins and she aint even sorry about it
Trigger says thank you!!
Are you open ? Missing the self serve baths for my lab!
Thank you so much for trimming Blue’s nails yesterday!! He has never had them cut so well in all his years! Definitely will be going back!
They totally love the donuts ... Great for their log to hide em in.
The dogs LOVE their peanut butter cupcakes!
Thank you, Pet Pantry!
Russell loves his tendon after a good, long walk!
Thank You, Pet Pantry!
This comes as an overdue post to Shelley (owner) and the folks at Pet Pantry. Although this occurred during this past summer 2019, I still wanted to share the gratitude that both Sally Bankson (Kittitas County Search and Rescue K9 Handler) and myself (Yakima County Search and Rescue K9 Handler) share of the effort and time Shelley gave to us when we brought our dogs in to ‘clean up’ after a search mission. Harry, Sally’s SAR K9 (Golden Retriever), was covered in burs and ticks and woven throughout his fur, everywhere. This took three of us with a large amount of soap, conditioner and blow drying to get Harry clean. Shelley worked alongside us for nearly two hours volunteering her time, shampoo and conditioner products. Even though Harry was tired from the work he did all day, guessing he didn’t mind the three-hour massage and pampering! On behalf of both SAR K9 Teams, thank you Shelley and Pet Pantry for all that you and your staff provide to pet owners and working handlers and dogs in the Yakima Valley.