Caring for fur babies while sheltering-in-place? Here are 3 places to get support

Does this scene look familiar to anyone else right now? Photo via Unsplash

Pets make everything better, especially social distancing. Personally, I’ve been loving all the fur baby content—especially dogs disrupting home workouts and cats disrupting home workdays. Caring for your pets has changed a bit in the wake of COVID-19, but these Birmingham businesses are making it easy.

Adapting in More Ways Than One

With shelter-in-place ordinances enacted in Birmingham and social distancing encouraged in all areas, bopping on down to the pet store to pick up supplies isn’t an option for everyone.

Businesses are having to adapt quickly just like citizens are, which means finding creative ways to still serve customers. Bham Now wants to use our platform to help close that communication gap.

If you’re a central AL resident who wants great info on everything from where to order food to where to find an online fitness class and more, we’ve got you covered. Check out this searchable database and support local.

If you’re a local business or nonprofit and want to be featured on our site for free, just fill out the forms below. We’ll also be pulling information for guides like this one!

1—Cahaba Mountain Brook Animal Clinic

“We are still open and offering curbside service for all veterinary services, grooming and also boarding and daycare (through Dog U).”

Cahaba Mountain Brook Animal Clinic

2—pawTree

pawTree offers holistic pet nutrition and supplies + home delivery.

3—World Class Kennels

“World Class Kennels is a dog and cat boarding facility offering grooming, training and doggy daycare.

We have a Pet Taxi to pick up and drop off your pets for your convenience!”

World Class Kennels

Do you know of a pet supply store or veterinary office still serving our community? We want to know! Fill out this form to be featured on Bham Now for free.

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Beth Cunningham
A Birmingham transplant who can usually be found hitting a new hiking trail or restaurant opening when she's not writing stories and snapping photos for Bham Now.
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