Patrick's Pet Care is partnered with the Big Bad Woof of Takoma, DC to bring you the finest in locally sourced pet food and supplies. You can order for your pet through their website and they'll deliver right to your door, or you can have your items shipped right to any Patrick's Pet Care "Woof Pantry" locations free of charge and pick it up from there.
Patrick's Pet Care is a proud annual sponsor of HRA's annual 'Fashion 4 Paws' fundraiser We consider their work to be incredibly important and is something we want to support.
Also known as the 'Standard of Care for Animals Amendment Act of 2017' Patrick's Pet Care dedicated the grand opening of its Brookland Facility to raise awareness of the cause. The law establishes a standard for adequate shelter for dogs and other animals under extreme weather conditions and clarifies what is prohibited behavior toward animals and updates penalties for owners of pets who violate the act.
Patrick's Pet Care strongly recommends the veterinary services of District Vet. They're a local, community-focused organization just like Patrick's Pet Care, and they really do a wonderful job. Stop by either one of their locations in Brookland or Eastern Market and say Patrick's Pet Care recommended them.
Patrick's Pet Care is a business member of the Washington Area Bicycle Association. We love everything about biking in DC and we try to bike just about everywhere when taking care of your pets. We also sponsor every day biking seminars to teach new employees who don't know how to ride!
Patrick's Pet Care is happy to board dogs from Lucky Dog free of charge while they are waiting to find a new forever home. We also provide free dog training to those who board in hopes of making them more adoptable.
Club Members get 15% off at Patrick's Pet Care. Just mention "HoyaSaxa" in the checkout process when you're asked for a discount code.
Several Patrick's Pet Care staff members spend their time away from work volunteering with this wonderful organization whose mission is to "use the human-animal bond to brighten the lives of the lonely, ease the pain of the sick, and enrich the world."