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March 01, 2020 3 min read

Shopping at an independent pet store is a different experience than going to a big box chain.

Local stores often connect with their community on a personal level, carry awesome specialty products, and understand the amazing, unique relationship between pets and people.

Here are a few reasons to stop by a local pet shop next time you need to stock up on treats, toys, and more for your furry buddies.

We Treat Pets Like Family

Pets and their owners have an amazing, special love for each other. Your pet brings so much happiness and warmth into your life, and you want to give them the world. As pet parents ourselves, we understand that your pet is a member of your family. That’s why we hand-select all our products with the same care we’ve always had towards our own pets.

The result is higher quality products for our customers. The majority of what we carry is made in the United States. Whether it’s fun new toys for your cat or a cozy dog bed, we carefully choose only well-crafted, durable items that are fun, comfortable, and healthy for pets. In fact, all our food and treats are certified organic and made in the US with human grade ingredients.

Cat loved by owner


A More Diverse Selection

Many people worry that the product offering won’t be as good at independent pet stores, but you might actually find the opposite! We offer hundreds of items from dozens of brands that we know offer superior products with the best quality materials and ingredients.

You’re also more likely to see hard-to-find, niche products at a local pet store, including those fun specialty items you didn’t even know you needed, like:

King Duke's bulk organic pet treats in Beaverton, Oregon

Plus, local stores are often more flexible when it comes to their product selection. We always want to improve our offering, so if there’s something you want that we don’t have, let us know!

 

Better Customer Service

Smaller, mom-and-pop pet stores often have incredible customer service. As a local pet shop in Beaverton, we love to help the people and animals in our community and surrounding areas. We want to help you care for your pet like it’s our own, and we do all we can to offer the best possible customer service. 


Plus, that means you get more attention and better answers to all your questions about products, pets, and more. Are you a new pet parent with questions about how to welcome and care for your new furry family member? We’re here to help with that too!

Puppy snuggling with King Duke's pet toy

At King Duke's, we also:

  • Love to get involved in community events and even host pet adoptions
  • Employ a knowledgeable staff who are always ready to offer advice and product knowledge
  • Put out a regular newsletter to help you stay up to date
  • Keep our inventory adaptable and stay up with our customers’ needs

Let us help you spoil your pet!

Whether you’re a seasoned pet owner, or you’re about to welcome a furry companion into your home for the first time, we’d love to help you find all the premium products you’re looking for.

Stop by King Dukes in Beaverton, OR or shop online!


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