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54 Cute Names for a Pet Store That'll Lead to More Customers

54 Cute Pet Store Names
To attract animal lovers to your pet store, you need a really unique and catchy name. This MarketingWit article provides you with 54 cute pet store names.
Buzzle Staff
Last Updated: Jan 27, 2018
Quick Tip
Incorporating puns in your store name is a great idea, though this has been used several times now. Do not go overboard; use a pun only if it sounds fairly amusing and not idiotic, or else you'll end up driving your customers away.
Opening a pet store, like any other business, requires time, effort, and investment. You must have an extensive knowledge about animals. Solely dogs and cats may not necessarily qualify for a pet store; it also includes housing mice, guinea pigs, rabbits, hamsters, etc.
Some stores have most of the animals, including reptiles, while some have a selected few - like either dogs and cats, or dogs, cats, and mice. Then again, there are some which solely have birds or reptiles. You need to think of a creative pet store name in order to lure clients. The paragraphs below enlist cute pet store name ideas.
List of Pet Store Names
Tickle the Funny Bone
A funny element in your store name can always make your customers chuckle. Some funny pet store names are provided below.
  • Bow Wow Meetings
  • Devilish Paws
  • Stylish Whiskers
  • Fins & Gills
  • Bow, Meow, & Squeak!
  • PAWlicious Bones
  • Check Out Our Furs!
  • Freaking Hot Dogs
  • Your Feathery Friends
  • Squeaks and Squawks
  • Puppy Love
  • Lousy Mousy Store
  • Welcome to the Piggy Bank
  • I Have the Furrrr-dum
  • Mousse with a Mouse
  • Cats 'n Mice & Mil 'n Cheese
  • Furry Coats
  • Of Pee and Potty
Depend on the Pet
If you house exotic birds in your shop, or interesting reptile species, or aquatic animals, name your store accordingly.
  • Screech Screech You Parakeet
  • Clippin' Around the Mice
  • Multicolored Beaks
  • Missing Fishing
  • Feathery Musings
  • Count the Chicks
  • The Pet Mansion
  • The Mouse Palace
  • Woof or Wuff?
  • Thump Thump Goes My Tail
  • Ham with the Hamsters
  • Cutie Kittens
  • Barking Mad!
  • Meowing Innocence
  • Bubbly Cuddly Rabbits
  • Somethin's Fishy!
  • Goldfish Treasures
  • Rainin' Cats and Dogs
Use Pet Supplies
  • Porcelain Aquariums
  • Dog Food Cat Food
  • Dish and Bowl
  • Un-Leash the Magic
  • Striking Feed
  • Collar Brains
  • No Cage, Only Perch
  • Clippin' with the Trimmer
  • Stuffed Yarn Balls
  • Kennels and Beds
  • Brush my Fur
  • Cool Deshedders
  • Feeder Tantrums
  • Cozy Nesting Boxes
  • Beaks and Liners
  • Hissing Scales
  • Vivacious Vivariums
  • Heated Enclosures
Some Points to Remember
  • People visit pet stores to buy pets; ensure that your subjects are clean, healthy, well-cared for. Not just for the sake of the customer, but also because they are living beings and need to be well-treated.
  • Ensure that the animals are treated and vaccinated regularly.
  • Do not keep mice, hamsters, and rabbits in tiny cramped cages. The enclosures of the pets should be hygienic and well-maintained.
  • Stock the store with pet supplies, medicines, food, etc.

You may also choose a simple name if you want, instead of incorporating unnecessary elements. However, the market is tough; you must do all that you can in order to attract customers, and having a catchy store name is one of those gimmicks.