WELCOME TO CENTRAL PET
At CENTRAL PET we treat your pets like family! Our passion for animals, combined with our extensive training and certifications, have helped us to create a trusted home away from home for pets throughout southern Arizona.
We opened our doors in 2007 with the goal of creating a clean, safe and trustworthy haven for pets; and peace of mind for pet parents. Over a decade later we've not only succeeded, but excelled! We've become Tucson's leading pet resort and we're so grateful to be serving the community that made us what we are today.
Whether you're new to the area, just visiting or simply haven't stopped by, come in and take a tour of our facility. In addition to offering boarding, training and daycare services, each location also boasts a pet salon and complete storefront; providing all natural, high quality, pet foods, treats, toys and supplies that you won't find in big box stores. Come see why Central Pet is #1 in pet boarding, dog training, doggy daycare, pet grooming, quality pet supplies & more!
Best Dog Groomer!
Educated & Helpful!
WHAT WILL YOU FIND WHEN YOU VISIT CENTRAL PET?
Everyday Pet Supplies
Consistent, Quality Care
Highly Trained Staff
Made in the USA Foods
Quality Pet Care Products
Excellent Customer Service
Cameras for Added Peace of Mind
Transparent, Honest Service
LATEST BLOG POSTS
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