Petagogy to relocate to downtown Greensburg

Petagogy is set to relocate their Greensburg location on Route 30, to downtown Greensburg! Their Greensburg location is their second of two locations, the first opened up in Shadyside.

Petagogy is an independently-owned local pet supply store that is operated by five humans and their six dogs. They opened up their store to give Pittsburgh-area pet owners access to an independent store in their community that has a knowledgeable staff and a wide selection of healthy and natural foods, treats and supplies for dogs and cats.

All five owners, Ben, Elise, Heather, Cole, and Alli, not only love to spend time with their dogs, but they love to spend time supporting their local communities. Some of the different organizations and groups that they support are the Shadyside Chamber of Commerce, Humane Animal Rescue, Animal Friends, Senior Pet and Animal Rescue, Biggies Bullies, The Proper Pit Bull, and many more. They help with food drives, donation events, supply drives, gift basket donations and sponsorships.

“We’ve always wanted to be a part of the community,” said Ben Huber, owner of Petagogy. “The new, great location will give us the chance to do that and we’re excited to be a part of downtown Greensburg.”

Huber and his team have been renovating the former Greensburg Tool building on East Pittsburgh Street for a few months. Transforming it into the perfect shop to find everything someone needs for their dog or cat.

The new Petagogy will be located on 240 East Pittsburgh Street with parking, and an outdoor lot which will be great to hold events for the dogs and their families. The location is also near the Five Star Trail, which Huber hopes will bring in some dogs and their owners. The new Petagogy on 240 East Pittsburgh Street plans to open officially Wednesday, April 21st.

We’re so excited to have Petagogy join the downtown Greensburg community, and wish them the best of luck! To check out more information, here is their Facebook and their website!

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