St. Louis's Premier Custom Pet Care
"Affordable Pet Care When You Can't Be There"
Your pet is your best friend and part of your family. Busy lifestyles can make it difficult to give your pet all of the exercise and disciple they need and deserve. After a long day, all you may have left to offer your pet is affection, which is important. However, there are other physical and mental needs your pet requires to be a happy, healthy and mentally stable.
STL Happy Dogs can be there when you can't; to exercise, sit, train, rehabilitate, and give affection. Our mission is to meet the physical and mental needs of your pet when you can't be there. Our goal - happy and healthy dogs.
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Currently serving: St. Louis - University City, Clayton, Central West End, Brentwood, Maplewood, Ladue, Des Peres, Town & Country, Chesterfield, Downtown, AND BEYOND!
Do The Right Thing, SPAY - NEUTER - ADOPT!
St Louis Dog Events
Dog-N-Suds Benefit Dog Wash 10:00am to 3:00pm. The 6th annual dog wash fundraiser for OpSPOT. Bring your pooch and let OpSPOT volunteers wash & dry her while you relax and enjoy beer from Square One Brewery, snacks, and shopping at Four Muddy Paws. $15 per pooch. Dogs-N-Suds Flier
OpSPOT - Operation Stop Pet Overpopulation - facilitates affordable spaying and neutering by area veterinarians; advises on public policies..
10:00 AM Four Muddy Paws 1711 Park Avenue Saint Louis, MO 63104 See map: Google Maps
Beggin' Pet Parade 10:00am thru afternoon. Whether or not your furry friend dresses up, join thousands of pets (and owners) as they take over the streets of Soulard to celebrate the 19th annual Beggin’ Pet Parade and “Tail”gating Party on Sunday, February 3rd.
Register via the Mardi Gras Inc website (use link below). Join in the festival at 10:00am at the corner of Menard street and Allen avenue in Soulard.
Registration is $10.00 with all of the proceeds benefiting the...
10:00 AM Soulard Menard street and Allen avenue Soulard, MO 63104 See map: Google Maps
Pet First Aid If you own a pet, it's important to know how to approach an injured animal and how to give basic first aid. Protect yourself and your pet from further harm, injury or suffering during emergencies by learning prompt, effective actions that will safeguard the life of your injured pet until you can get him/her to professional veterinary care. Taught by veterinarian Teresa Garden, DVM. Do not bring your pet to class. Class will be held at the Meramec Campus of St. Louis Community College in...
9:30 AM St. Louis Community College Meramec 11333 Big Bend Road Kirkwood, MO 63122 See map: Google Maps