Seattle has a pet-focused pet shop that’s coming to town.
The PetSmart Center is opening its doors in the heart of downtown on August 29, and it’ll be home to a range of new pet products, including the brand-new pet-safe, cat-safe and dog-safe products.
“I think it’s great to have a pet store in Seattle,” PetSmart CEO Chris Sperling said.
“Our stores have always been there, and we’re excited to see that growth in this space.”
The store will feature a variety of pet products including PetPets, which is made with an organic, non-toxic mix of plant-based ingredients; PetPies, which comes with a variety in treats, including pet food and formula; and PetPacks, which will come with pet-size treats for dogs and cats.
The store is located at 1312 11th Ave SE, near University Way and Union Street SE, and will open to the public at 7 p.m.
A public viewing will be held at 7:30 p.s.p.m., and all PetSmart pet products will be available for purchase for $2.99 a pet per month.
It will also offer a variety and selection of pet grooming products, as well as pet-sized toys, toys and toys for toddlers and younger kids.
The pet store will also be open for day-of events.
The new PetSmart is the first PetSmart store in the US, and is being launched in Seattle to coincide with the opening of a PetSmart PetCo.
in Santa Monica, California.
In February, PetSmart added pet-safety products to its products lineup, including Cat Paws, which came with a cat collar for dogs; Cat Pills, which come with a product for cats; Pet Food, which includes dog food and treats; and Cat Food, for cats.
Sperlings said the PetSmart brand is well-known around the world, and he said it’s important to have an established pet-oriented brand.
“It was a little bit of a challenge for us to come up with a new name, because we’ve had PetSmart for a long time,” he said.
The Seattle Pet Center, which has a focus on animal welfare and animal-friendly design, has been in business since 2011.
It’s one of several PetSmart locations in the region.
It recently opened a second PetSmart in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.
The second location is called the PetPads.
A spokeswoman for PetSmart said that it was inspired by the PetCo concept, and that it’s not a direct continuation of the PetCenter.
The company is currently expanding in the area.