Pet Stores in Saint Louis, Missouri


St Louis, Missouri, has a few very special pet stores. Some of the pet stores have very healthy food for cats and dogs, and offer self-service washing, which is great if you are up to outdoor activities in this area. There are also specialty stores for fish and birds.

Wolfgang’s Pet Shop

This pet store offers a selection of quality cat and dog food, toys, treats, medicine, supplies, dog cake, clothing and accessories.

They also offer fresh baked dog cookies, that come in flavors like “Cowabunga Love,” “Pawsitively Scrumptious Lover Cookie,” and more delicious options for your hungry canine. These cookies are made without any salts, sugars or unnatural preservatives. The staff at Wolfgang’s even offers lots of grooming services, with anything from teeth brushing to de-shedding to hand-scissored cuts. They also hold events on occasion. You can even hold a dog party at Wolfgang’s!

Four Muddy Paws

Four Muddy Paws is a pet store located both in Saint Louis and in Edwardsville, Illinois. The Saint Louis store is located in a renovated, eco-friendly historic building, which is 100% handicap accessible!

They offer a ton of great items to buy, such as holistic dog and cat food, sanitary supplies, pet beds, coats, sweaters, training gear, greeting cards and more. They also offer outdoor and hiking gear for dogs who like to rough it! They also have extensive grooming services, and a fun self-service pet wash, where you can wash your dog, cat or potbelly pig!

If you are going to St Louis any time soon, check out their events.

Varietees Bird Shop

Located in Valley Park, Missouri, this shop specializes in birds. They sell many hand fed baby birds, such as conures, macaws and finches. There is also a fine selection of bird food, treats, toys, cages, perches and more. For bird owners, they carry DVDs and books.

Pets in the City

This store is mainly a vendor of health food for pets, for those on holistic, organic and raw diets. They have a rich selection of healthy options that is always changing.

They also have non-edible items for sale, including collars, leashes, costumes, training supplies, grooming supplies and toys. There is also a self-wash service, which is less expensive for smaller dogs and cats, as well as grooming services.

Beldt’s Aquarium and Pet Shop

Located in Hazelwood, Missouri, this is the largest store in the St Louis area for saltwater and freshwater fish, as well as soft and hard corals. In addition to fish, they are also the largest reptile store in the area. They even sell dogs at this store. Their selection varies and is constantly being updated.

Upcoming Reptile Shows in the Midwest

The Midwest has a few awesome reptile shows coming up next month. A couple of them are in major metropolitan centers, if you’re interested in exploring some Midwest culture for a vacation. All of the listed shows display different types of reptiles, and possibly some other types of animals. They also have food and supplies for discounted prices, and experts on animal animals you are interesting in owning.

All-Ohio Reptile Shows

UAW Hall

Columbus, Ohio

December 12

This show is open from 9:00 AM-3:00 PM. It costs $4 for entrance. There will be many live reptiles and equipment for display and for sale, along with gecko apparel.

Michigan Reptile Show

23400 Wick Road

Taylor, Michigan

December 12

This reptile show will go on from 10:00 AM-3:00 PM. Its admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors, and free for children under 10. There will be many vendors with all sorts of reptiles and supplies, with anything from newts to reptile tubs to forest frogs to custom made cages. They offer care information too.

Western Michigan Reptile Expo

Howard Johnson Plaza

Grand Rapids, Michigan

December 13

This reptile show occurs from 10:00 AM-4:00 PM. Admission is $5, and free for children under 12. It is set up for the public to go talk to breeders, manufacturers, distributors and wholesalers. Everything for sale is discounted. They also have services for truly exotic animals. It is a family event that occurs every month. Click here to check out what kind of vendors they will have.

All Cleveland Reptile Show and Sale

UAW Hall Local 1250

Brookpark, Ohio

December 21

This show has been going on for four years, and happens throughout the year. There will be snakes, lizards, turtles, frogs, pocket pets, feeders and supplies. People go there to buy, sell, and trade. It goes on from 10:00 AM-4:00 PM; it is $4 admission, $1 for children ten and under.  There is available food, and the place is handicap accessible with free parking.

Saint Louis Reptile Show

Holiday Inn Southwest

Saint Louis, Missouri

December 27

This event has been going on for a decade, and is held a few times throughout the year. There are breeders and dealers of many different reptiles, amphibians, small mammals and related animals from around the Midwest. There are generally three dozen vendors set up over 50 tables. This event occurs from 10:00 AM-4:00 PM. Admission is $6 for people over 12, $3 for children between 5-4, and free for children under 4.

Upcoming Midwest Reptile Shows

The Midwest has a few organizations that have been holding reptile shows a few times a year, for continuous periods of time. Because of such a strong history, there’s no doubt these will be quality. You can go to one if you are in the area, or make a fun trip out of it this autumn!

Kalamazoo Reptile Show

Kalamazoo County Fairgrounds

Kalamazoo, Michigan

October 17; November 21

This is Michigan’s biggest reptile show, which occurs 12 times throughout the year! You will be able to buy a wide variety of reptiles, amphibians and other exotic animals. Every animal sold at the show is eligible for a free vet exam at Milwood Animal Clinic. There will be many vendors with services like sugar glider education and rescue, and captive bred boas, small mammals, and colorful bearded dragon morphs. Admission is $4 for anyone over 10, $2 for children under 10, $3 for Michigan students from the state universities, and free for children under 6.

All Animal Expo

Dupage County Fairgrounds

Wheaton, Illinois

October 18; November 7; November 15

This show has over 100 tables, and occurs about 20 times throughout the year. It is open to the public 10:00 AM-3:00 PM. It costs $5 for anyone over 10. It is mostly reptile based, but there are vendors also with birds, sugar gliders, hedgehogs and more, so it’s the place to go if you love all sorts of pets. There will also be goods like dry beds, cages, air purifiers and quality food.


Saint Louis Reptile Show

Viking Inn and Conference Center

St Louis, Missouri

October 25

This event is held several times a year, and has been going on for over ten years in the St Louis area. It will occur from 10:00 AM-4:00 PM, but you should get there before 3:00. It costs $6 for children 12 and up, $3 for kids 5-11, and free for children 4 and under. There will be breeders and dealers, mainly related to reptiles, but also some amphibians, small animals and other exotic pets, on over 50 tables.

Midwest Reptile Shows

Indiana State Fairgrounds

November 8

Indianapolis, Indiana

This event is held 6 times a year, this being the final event of 2009. There will be many vendors selling supplies like cages, customs wearables for reptile lovers, breeding tubs, insects, worms and frozen rodents. They will also hold live animals like poison dart frogs, boas, pythons, geckos and more! It is $5 for adults and children over 9. It will take place from 10:00AM-4:00PM.

Upcoming Ferret Shows in the USA

autumn-ferretCheck out the upcoming ferret shows! There may be one in your area. Or, if you’re feeling adventurous, you could make a trip out of it. Make sure to get a funky ferret costume for all the upcoming Halloween happenings!

Midwest Ferret Fellowship Faire

The Grand Inn

Grand Rapids, Michigan

October 17

This event will hold a ferret show, featuring ferrets of all sorts of breeds. There will also be crazy games, like paper bag escape, sock it to ’em, best costume, ferret jockey, car race and strongest ferret! There will also be vendors available to purchase all types of ferret food and accessories. It costs $1 to enter your ferret in each game. As for humans, it costs $4 for adults and $2 for children under 12, or free for children under 6. Vet check begins at 8 AM, the public can come in at 9 AM, and judging begins at 10.

Rocky’s Ferret Rescue and Shelter’s Oktoberfest


Parkton American Legion #256

Parkton, Maryland

October 24

This will be a fun event, but you must RSVP. It will go on from 2PM-late. It will be held outdoors, on 17 acres of wooded grounds. Admission is either $10 without food, or $20 with food, with both meat and vegetarian options. It is a family all-day event, and they will host a bonfire at night. It is a humans-only event. You even have the option of camping there.

A Ferret Spooktacular Event

Lauderdale Surf & Yacht Club

Lauderdale by the Sea, Florida

October 24

The Floridians know that ferrets and Halloween are the best combination out there. This event will host guest speakers, raffle prizes, a silent auction, dinner and a ferret costume photo contest. It costs $6 for humans, $3 for children. It will go on from 6PM-9PM. RSVP required.

St Louis Pet Expo

St Charles Convention Center

St Louis, Missouri

October 24

ferretThis will be the first annual pet event by this organization. It will feature sites and activities for ferrets, cats, dogs, rabbits, birds, turtles, snakes and more! Admission and parking are FREE. It will go on from 10 AM-6 PM. Great for the multi pet lovers out there!


Motel 6

Frederick, Maryland

October 31, 2009

There’s probably no better way to spend your Halloween day than at a ferret convention! It is a fundraiser show where you can enter your ferret to be judged. There will be a ferret/owner costume contest as well. If you are not showing your ferret, it is $5 admission for adults, $2 for children and free for children under 7.