Healthy Pet Supplies at Animal House Naturals™: Your Trusted St. Petersburg, FL 33704 Pet Supply Store

Serving St. Petersburg Pet Lovers for 43 YEARS and 3 Generations.


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Have a question not listed? Give us a call. (727) 821-4466

Can't Find What You're Looking For? Let Us Know!We strive to offer a wide selection of products to meet your needs, but we understand that sometimes you may not find exactly what you're searching for. Don't worry! We're here to help.

If you've explored our inventory and haven't discovered the item you're after, we encourage you to reach out to us. Your feedback is invaluable in helping us improve our offerings and ensure we meet your expectations.

Can You Stock My Item?If there's a specific product you'd like us to stock, let us know! We're always eager to expand our inventory based on your preferences.

Do You Take Special Requests?Need a rare or hard-to-find item? We'll do our best to source it for you. Just give us a call or send us a message with the details, and we'll get to work.

Do Your Offer Personalized Assistance?Our friendly team is here to answer any questions you may have and provide personalized recommendations based on your needs. Whether it's product specifications, availability, or alternative options, we're committed to helping you find the perfect solution.

Can You Make Care Recommendations By Animal Type?

Of course! Here are some general care recommendations by animal type:

Provide regular exercise and mental stimulation.
Feed a balanced diet appropriate for their age, size, and breed.
Ensure regular veterinary check-ups and vaccinations.
Train using positive reinforcement techniques.
Socialize with other dogs and people from a young age.


Provide a clean litter box and fresh water daily.
Feed a balanced diet appropriate for their age and lifestyle.
Offer opportunities for scratching and climbing.
Provide toys for mental stimulation.
Schedule regular veterinary check-ups and vaccinations.


Small Mammals (Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Hamsters, etc.):
Provide a spacious and secure cage or habitat.
Offer a balanced diet of hay, fresh vegetables, and pellets.
Provide opportunities for exercise and enrichment.
Ensure regular veterinary check-ups.
Handle gently and socialize regularly.



Provide a spacious cage with perches and toys.
Offer a varied diet of seeds, pellets, fruits, and vegetables.
Provide opportunities for exercise and mental stimulation.
Ensure regular veterinary check-ups.
Socialize regularly and handle gently.


Reptiles and Amphibians:
Provide a suitable habitat with proper temperature and humidity levels.
Feed a diet appropriate for their species.
Offer opportunities for basking and hiding.Ensure access to clean water.
Monitor for signs of illness and seek veterinary care if needed.


These recommendations serve as a starting point for responsible pet care. However, it's essential to research the specific needs of each individual species and consult with a veterinarian or experienced pet professional for personalized advice.

How Can I Tell If My Pet Is Sick?Certainly!

For Cats:

Changes in Eating Habits: Watch for a sudden decrease or increase in appetite.
Litter Box Changes: Pay attention to changes in litter box habits, such as frequent urination or difficulty passing stool.
Vomiting or Diarrhea: Occasional hairballs may be normal, but persistent vomiting or diarrhea could indicate an underlying issue.
Lethargy: If your cat is unusually inactive or lacks interest in play or social interaction, it could be a sign of illness.
Changes in Grooming Habits: Cats are typically meticulous groomers, so a decrease in grooming behavior might indicate discomfort or illness.
Breathing Problems: Labored breathing, coughing, or wheezing can signal respiratory issues or other health concerns.
Behavioral Changes: Aggression, hiding, or other unusual behaviors may indicate your cat is in pain or distress.
Changes in Appearance: Look for signs like unkempt fur, discharge from the eyes or nose, or changes in weight or body condition.
For Dogs:

Changes in Eating or Drinking: Loss of appetite, excessive thirst, or refusal to eat or drink could indicate a problem.
Digestive Issues: Vomiting, diarrhea, or constipation can be signs of gastrointestinal issues or other health problems.
Lethargy or Weakness: If your dog seems unusually tired or weak, it may be a sign of illness or pain.
Coughing or Difficulty Breathing: Respiratory issues, heart problems, or infections can cause coughing or labored breathing.
Changes in Mobility: Difficulty walking, stiffness, limping, or favoring one leg could indicate joint pain or injury.
Changes in Behavior: Aggression, anxiety, or unusual vocalizations may signal discomfort or distress.
Changes in Urination or Defecation: Difficulty urinating, blood in urine or stool, or accidents in the house could indicate urinary tract or digestive issues.
Changes in Appearance: Look for signs such as discharge from the eyes or nose, lumps or bumps, or changes in coat condition.
If you notice any of these signs or other abnormal behaviors in your cat or dog, it's essential to consult with your veterinarian for proper diagnosis and treatment. Early detection and intervention can help ensure the best possible outcome for your pet's health.

Our Management

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Rebecca N.
General Manager
36 Years w/ Animal House Naturals
Kyle M.
Store Manager
3 Years w/ Animal House Naturals
Lori J.
Assistant Manager
21 Years w/ Animal House Naturals

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274 37th Avenue North
St. Petersburg, FL 33704


Business Hours

Monday 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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