Pet Supplies & Services in Oregon
The staff at Pet Barn is friendly, knowledgeable, and committed to providing you and your pet with quality service, products, foods, and supplies.
We have been locally owned and operated since 1987. Our current owners Larry and Laurel, have owned the store since 1997. We are located in the Cedar Mill neighborhood of NW Portland, just on the edge of Beaverton. We attribute our success to our excellent customer base.
We provide them with up to date accurate advice and information, excellent customer service, and a smile every time they come in. In return, they return, time, and time again. Thanks, friends.
Each of us has had a varied and unique experience, background, and perspective. By putting decades of knowledge and customer service experience together in one place, the Pet Barn can provide you with the products and services you are looking for.
We are more than happy to answer your pet-related questions, and if we don’t know the answer, we will do some research and figure it out.
Click the links below to get to know more about us. Or better yet, come on by with your pet and say hello; pets welcome!
Pet Barn Staff Members:
About Larry, Laurel, Snowball & Suzie
Pet Barn opened in 1987 with the hope of being the best. Our staff continually strives to meet that goal and are now proudly providing many repeat customers with the pet supplies they need.
Our customers look to us for great quality and incredible service. We try to deliver on these expectations every day.
We believe that your satisfaction should be guaranteed. While we are not the biggest in the area, we do feel we are the best! We work very hard to provide you the quality pet foods, pet supplies, and pet services you look for and deserve. If you are a current customer, you know what we mean; if not, we hope that you come by and see for yourself. We are here for you and your pet supply needs.
Larry oversees store operations Sunday through Thursday and can be found diving at the Oregon Coast Aquarium on Fridays. He’s got his Advanced Open Water Certification, and prefers dry suit diving in the Pacific Northwest, and enjoys warm water diving in Honduras and Mexico. Larry and Laurel have a long history of adopting greyhounds.
The two in the above picture are Suzie and Snowball. They both lived long and healthy lives exceeding the normal life expectancy for the breed by a couple of years. We have recently adopted a new greyhound who just happened also to have the race track name of Suzie. We are now calling her Suzie II.
We also have a cat-friendly home. Our two feline friends are the big orange boy Clarence and his petite partner in crime Peanut. We and our staff love our pets, and we love our customers' pets. That’s why we spend our time researching and recommending only the healthiest foods, treats, and supplies to our great customers.
Thank You For Visiting.
Hello everyone! My name is Stephanie. I joined the Pet Barn team in January of 2017 and hit the ground running. I have been working in the pet world since I was 16 and can’t see doing anything else.
I have always loved animals and can’t live without one. I have a dog named Leia (yes, like the Princess) and a betta fish named Doug.
Since I have been so involved in the pet world for so long, I have gained quite a wealth of knowledge. From answering some “weird” questions to solving some of the most difficult food sensitivities or skin problems. I’ve seen or heard it all! This job is far from glamorous, but it is so rewarding. I pride myself on being familiar with just about every animal, including their nutrition and care.
In my spare time, you’ll find me at various places trying out the latest and greatest gluten-free menus. If you need a recommendation, I’m your girl! I love going to the dog park and the coast, even in the rain. 🙂
Name: Ursula and Ugo
Age: 5 Months
Info: Kittens!!! Two bonded tuxedo siblings in store!
Cat adoption fees are $125 cash or check for one cat, or $250 cash, or check for a pair. This fee will go to support the Columbia Humane Society.
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