Raw Food Retailers MidAtlantic
Raw Food Retailers MidAtlantic
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Baron's K-9 Country Store

United States, Maryland, Bel Air 21014

Baron's K9 Country Store is located in a renovated Cape Cod house in Bel Air, Maryland. They offer a wide variety of raw and dehydrated raw diets for cats and dogs, and they focus on the relationship between diet and health. They feature an array of specialty foods, treats and supplements, as well as fun toys and gifts. There is a Frequent Customer Reward Program for discounts on purchases, a Birthday Club for pets and events that benefit local rescues.
Raw Food Retailers MidAtlantic
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Dogma Bakery

United States, Virginia, 2 Locations 22207

Dogma Bakery is more than just baked treats. They bake their hand-made dog treats in-store with no salt, sugar or preservatives and they make their own doggie ice cream. Dogma Bakery also carries a good selection of natural food products and raw diets. They are active in the local rescue community and hold adoption and fundraising events regularly. Grooming and pet supplies are also available.
Raw Food Retailers MidAtlantic
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The Big Bad Woof

United States, 2 Locations in Maryland and DC 20012

The Big Bad Woof has two locations, one in DC and one in Hyattsville, Maryland. They specialize in organic, holistic and fair-trade pet foods and products and also run an environmentally conscious business. They are 100% wind powered! They carry a wide range of raw pet foods and also sponsor local animal welfare organizations, rescues and shelters. They are active in educating their customers about proper nutrition.
Raw Food Retailers MidAtlantic
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Wylie Wagg

United States, Virginia, 6 Locations in Virginia and DC 20117

With six stores in the D.C. - Northern Virginia area, Wylie Wagg is a company with a conscience. Family-owned, they only carry products that will enhance the life of your pet. They carry a wide range of raw meat diets for cats, dogs and ferrets, including locally produced brands. They actively support local rescues and adoption groups and love that they can help cats and dogs find their forever homes.
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