Thursday, December 1, 2022

Bonilla Pet Studio Opening Soon In Williamsburg

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WILLIAMSBURG-Bonilla Pet Studio, a high-end family portraiture business specializing in families with pets, will open a location in Williamsburg later this fall.

Bonilla Pet Studio first opened in the MacArthur Mall in Norfolk in March of 2020. The business is owned and operated by Erin Bonilla, an award-winning certified professional photographer.

“We are operating at full capacity and are ready to expand our services to Williamsburg and the surrounding area,” Bonilla said in a press release. “We look forward to offering even more appointments to all the wonderful pet parents of Hampton Roads. We believe pets deserve to be remembered in the best way possible because of how much joy they bring to our lives and how much we love them.”

Bonilla Pet Studio caters to a variety of pets including dogs, cats, birds, and reptiles. A trained animal handler is on staff at every appointment. Photographers are also trained to deal with anxious or timid pets.

The new business will be located at 1430 High St. in Williamsburg’s High Street mixed-used development. An exact opening date hasn’t been announced. For more information, click here.

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