Miscellaneous Pet Services in Eden Prairie, MN

Need to find a pooper scooper, animal communicator, or other pet professional in Eden Prairie? You’ll find information on all of our recommended pet businesses in Eden Prairie below. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Eden Prairie.

Pet Friendly DogWatch of the Twin Cities
DogWatch of the Twin Cities Year-round installation and service of underground hidden fences serving the entire Twin Cities area. See Details
Pet Friendly The Cafe Meow
The Cafe Meow This cafe is for cat lovers, no pets are allowed in the cafe, but there are plenty of cats already there waiting for loving. We are Minneapolis' First cat cafe. Where people can spend time with rescue cats and enjoy quality drinks. All the cats of The Cafe Meow are available for adoption through the local rescues that we work with. See Details
Sarah Beth Photography, LLC A session with Sarah Beth Photography is an investment in a fun, memorable experience, and gorgeous printed products that you can enjoy for a lifetime. Specializing in Joy Sessions® for terminally ill and elderly pets, they love to capture the relationship you’ve shared in a beautiful, dignified way. See Details
White Swan Brittanys White Swan Brittanys is a breeder of distinctive American Brittanys for home and field. See Details
Helping Paws Helping Paws service dogs promote self-sufficiency and empower people with physical disabilities as well as veterans and first responders with PTSD. The dogs are not just companions; they are hardworking partners that allow many of our graduates to live more free, unconstrained lives both at home and in public. Their fully trained Golden Retrievers and Labrador Retrievers are valued at $30,000 and there is no charge to receive a Helping Paws service dog. It is possible through the generosity of their donors, big and small. See Details
People & Pets Together People & Pets Together is one of the nation’s first surrender prevention programs. They offer assistance to families during economic hardships by providing pet food to food shelves, hosting subsidized vaccination clinics, working closely with veterinarians to offset client costs, and by opening Minnesota’s first fully dedicated pet food shelf and resource center. See Details