Bethesda Pet Shoppe is nestled right in the heart of downtown Bethesda. A quaint mom and pop shop covering all your pets needs. Bethesda Pet has a large selection of high quality dog and cat foods, both kibble and canned, as well as quite the selection of toys and supplies for your furry friend.
Not sure what dog food or cat food may be right for your pet? Stop in and have a chat with our store associates to get you started or answer any questions you may have.
Don't own a dog or cat? Don't worry, Bethesda Pet also has small animal supplies, bird supplies and even fish supplies.
If you're looking for a first time pet for you and your child, this is definitely the place to start. Bethesda Pet specializes in hand-fed baby birds, breeder bred dwarf rabbits and guinea pigs. We also have healthy, happy, and friendly hamsters or gerbils. We have start up kits for all of our small animals and we are more than happy to answer any and all your questions.
Leashed pets are always welcome. Check out the store front for a "Treat of the Day" for your pet.
Directly across the street from Mama Lucia's, Cafe Deluxe, and Austin Grill.
Bethesda Pet Shoppe
4919 Elm St.
Bethesda, MD 20814
North on Wisconsin Avenue (355) from Friendship Heights South on Old Georgetown Road towards Bethesda
Cross over Bradley Blvd. Take a right onto Arlington Ave.
Left onto Bethesda Ave. Left at the 3rd street light onto Elm St.
Right onto Woodmont Ave. Parking is on the right and our store is on the Left
Left onto Elm St. just before Woodmont Ave.
Store is on the Right
South on Wisconsin Avenue (355) from Rockville
Cross over Old Georgetown Road
2nd Street Light Make a Right onto Elm St.
Cross over Woodmont at the Light
Store is on the Right
Meter parking is available out front of the store or in the parking garage on the left hand side of the street.
Free Parking is located on Hampden Lane and we will stamp your ticket for patronizing our store.
Bethesda Pet does not sell dogs or cats and strongly believes in adoption. Thousands of pets are looking for loving homes to call their own. Many pets who are in shelters are not sick or destructive. Many pets simply end up in shelters due to moves by their former owners where they could not be taken with them, puppy mills that have been discovered and dismantled, or by their previous owners passing away. Many pets in shelters were onced loved and cherished by a family before and are in need of one now. If you are interested in adopting a dog, cat, bird, or small animal, please visit the "Links" page of this site to find out how you can adopt a new member of the family.