North Carolina Stores That Welcome Dogs
|All of the stores listed below allow your best friend of ANY size inside the store,
as long as they are well-behaved and leashed! If you know of a store which welcomes
dogs, and we'll post it here.
Please note: Almost every
pet store will allow your dog inside,therefore we do not list pet stores on this
1089 Knox Road
Greensboro, NC 27420
Type: seller of china, silver & collectibles (showroom and factory tour)
They have the world's largest inventory of old & new china, crystal, silver and
collectibles. Their 225,000 square foot facility (the size of four football fields)
houses an incredible inventory of more than 5 million pieces in over 100,000 patterns.
Each month, thousands of customers replace broken or missing pieces, or add to their
collection, with just a simple phone call or letter. Dogs are allowed in the showroom
and on their factory tour! Visit their web site for more details. This company was
also a sponsor in the First Take Your Dog to Work Day. The President of this company
brings his two dogs to work everyday and encourages his 560 employees to do the same!
Tractor Supply Co.
1401 S Pollock St
Selma, NC 27576
Type: equipment and tools
Thanks to one of our viewers who writes: "It has been my experience that Tractor
Supply in Selma NC is dog friendly, even to puppies going out for socialization.
Also, small town hardware stores are a good place to ask permission to take a dog.
My hometown, Four Oaks NC, has 2 hardware stores that permit me to take dogs in.
I am a professional obedience trainer and it is agreat way to expand my dogs experiences."
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