Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Care-A-Lot Pet Supply Coming To Gloucester

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GLOUCESTER – Care-A-Lot Pet Supply, which was formed in Virginia Beach in 1988, is coming to Gloucester.

Most of the company’s sales are through catalogues and online, but the building planned for the corner of U.S. Highway 17 and Providence Road in Hayes will be its fifth brick-and-mortar store. The company has two stores in Virginia Beach, one in Newport News, and one in Moyock, NC.

The family-owned company originally focused on training and grooming items for show dogs but has expanded to dog and cat food as well as supplies for small animals and aquatic pets.

No date for an opening has been announced, and company executives did not reply to requests for information.

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