412-362-7387 (Shadyside) 724-691-0325 (Greensburg) info@petagogypgh.com

Petagogy offers the best selection of premium and natural pet foods and supplies in the Pittsburgh area.

At Petagogy, our goal is to not only offer the best pet products on the market, but also to be a resource for our customers on the wide variety of healthy, fun and innovative products available to meet their pet’s individual needs.

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Curbside Pickup Available!

Petagogy Shadyside and Petagogy Greensburg are open for both in-store shopping Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm and Sunday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. Please wear a mask and practice social distancing while shopping. Additionally, curbside pickup is still available for customers uncomfortable coming inside. Call your closest store location (Shadyside: 412-362-7387; Greensburg: 724-691-0325) to place a curbside pickup order.

Petagogy Named One of America's Coolest Pet Stores

Petagogy is one of ten pet stores chosen as “America’s Coolest” by PETS+ Magazine in its fourth annual Nationwide contest!

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Grain Free Diets & DCM Update

A June 15, 2020 review in the Journal of Animal Science finds no connection between Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) and grain free dog food and states the reports that have been circulating online over the last two years offered “incomplete medical information and conflicting medical data and opinions from veterinary nutrition influencers.”


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Our Stores

Visit us on Ellsworth Avenue in Shadyside or Route 30 in Greensburg for healthy foods and treats, unique products and knowledgeable staff.

Natural Foods & Treats

We only carry healthy natural foods that are good for your pets and can help you make informed choices about our products.

Unique Toys & Accessories

We carry fun and innovative pet toys, beds, accessories, and supplies that are both unique and affordable.

Notice to our Customers: COVID-19 Update

Both Petagogy locations are open for in-store shopping! (Updated 10.25.20) Both Petagogy Greensburg and Petagogy Shadyside are open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm and Sunday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm for in-store shopping. Per Pennsylvania state recommendations, we ask that all customers wear a mask or face covering that covers the nose and mouth while inside the store. Customers must also practice social distancing while shopping in-store. If you do not have a mask we will serve you curbside; please call the store for service. Same-day curbside pickup service is available for customers not comfortable entering the store. To take advantage of our curbside service, please call us in advance with the details of your order. You can then pay for your order over the phone via credit card and pick it up any day during regular business hours. If no one answers during business hours please leave a detailed voicemail with your name and phone number; we’ll return your call as soon as possible. Petagogy Shadyside: 412-362-7387 Petagogy Greensburg: 724-691-0325 As of November 1, 2020, Rescue Re-Tail Powered by Petagogy located inside Humane Animal Rescue will be open Tuesday through Saturday during normal shelter hours (please note: shelter entrance is by appointment only). If you have any questions, concerns or require any special assistance please contact us at either location or email us at info@petagogypgh.com. We are extremely grateful to all of our customers who continued to support us during the shutdown and appreciate your flexibility and patience as we’ve navigated through the changes. We look forward to seeing you and your pets in the store again soon!... read more

Petagogy Shadyside’s 9th Anniversary Celebration

Petagogy Shadyside’s 9th Anniversary Celebration Sunday, June 21 – Saturday, June 27 Petagogy Shadyside is turning nine, and we’re celebrating with a week-long event beginning Sunday, June 21! Every day we’ll have giveaways and sales on your favorite pet food brands! You can also purchase raffle tickets to win free pet food or one of our fantastic pet gift baskets; tickets will be pulled on Saturday, June 27 at 7:00 pm. Daily sales and promotions on your favorite brands (see complete list below). Courtney from Steel City Pack Leader will return for $10 nail trims on Saturday, June 27. Dog nail trims are from 3:00 to 5:00 pm and cats from 5:00 to 6:00 pm. All trims are first come, first served. Cash only. Raffle featuring pet food and gift baskets. Tickets are $1 each or 6 tickets for $5. All proceeds benefit Humane Animal Rescue. Winners will be pulled on Sunday, June 27 at 7:00 pm and will be called on Sunday (the winners list will also be posted on our Facebook page after the drawing). Free samples and giveaways (including reusable bags)! Take advantage of these special pet food deals throughout the week*: (Valid at both Petagogy Shadyside & Petagogy Greensburg) Acana: 10% off all dog food (June 25-27 only); $3 off all 4 lb cat and $5 off all 10 lb cat Earthborn Holistic, Venture & Unrefined: $3 off 4.5 and 5 lb bags, $5 off 12.5 and 14 lb bags, $8 off 25 and 28 lb bags Fromm: $4 off all 2, 4 and 5 lb bags, $7 off all 12 and 15 lb bags, $10 off... read more

Grain Free Diets, Taurine & Dilated Cardiomyopathy

UPDATE: June 18, 2020 A review in the Journal of Animal Science finds no connection between Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) and grain free dog food: “Recently, a correlation between diets with specific characteristics, such as, but not limited to, containing legumes, grain-free, novel protein sources and ingredients, and smaller manufactured brands to DCM has come under scrutiny by academic researchers and the FDA. The use of the acronym “BEG” and its association with DCM are without merit because there is no definitive evidence in the literature. At this time, information distributed to the veterinary community and the general public has been abbreviated synopses of case studies, with multiple variables and treatments, incomplete medical information, and conflicting medical data and opinions from veterinary nutrition influencers. Also, in past literature, sampling bias, overrepresentation of subgroups, and confounding variables in the data weaken this hypothesis. Additionally, based on current literature, the incidence of DCM in the overall dog population is estimated to be between 0.5% and 1.3% in the United States. However, the FDA case numbers (560 dogs) are well below the estimated prevalence. Therefore, it is impossible to draw any definitive conclusions, in these cases, linking specific diets or specific ingredients to DCM.” Read the full article: https://academic.oup.com/jas/article/98/6/skaa155/5857674?fbclid=IwAR1ORSMLcg723mKkznro897AYJd1PfzVCvzZKfXAe4CuXNJLJJzpIl0cQmM ______________________________________________________________________________ In July 2018, the FDA released a statement about a possible link between the development of Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs and grain free diets, specifically those diets containing high levels of legumes and potatoes. At this time, the FDA called upon consumers and veterinarians to self report any possible cases of DCM in dogs that were only eating grain free diets. On June 27,... read more