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Pet Supplies Plus Now Open In Lightfoot Marketplace

JAMES CITY-Pet Supplies Plus opened in the Greater Williamsburg area on November 9. The new pet store is located at 6493 Centerville Rd. in the Lightfoot Marketplace shopping center.

Pet Supplies plus is locally owned by Scott and Roxanne Bobowicz. The couple also has a location in Chesapeake. The pet shop sells pets and a variety of pet products including natural pet food and also features amenities such as grooming and self-pet wash stations.

Dogs are also welcome at Pet Supplies Plus when their owners visit the store.

“We love when neighbors and their pets are in the store,” Roxanne Bobowicz recently said in a press release. “We want to have fun with you. We don’t just want to sell you pet food. We enjoy learning about your pet and, of course, offer them a treat when they visit.”

Pet Supplies Plus is open Monday through Saturday 9am to 9pm, and Sunday 10am to 6pm. For more information, call 757-904-6074 or visit www.petsuppliesplus.com.

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