Are you a pet parent who needs to go shopping for their fur-babies but of course, within a budget? We know our four-legged babies deserve the best but sometimes, the prices are too damn high and we kinda give up!

If you can relate to all this, then we have the PERFECT shop for you which won’t charge you exorbitant amounts for pet accessories, food options or chew toys, just because they’re located at Bandra!

A Pawsome Place!

The only store in Bandra that sells pet accessories, food and supplies on a discount, Shopawholic is a saving grace for pooch and moggie parents in around Bandra and Khar.

They deliver to your doorstep and they even bring card machines to your home so that even if you aren’t carrying enough cash, you can easily pay through your plastic cash! Also if your order is above ₹1,000 and you get a 10% discount (8% if you’re paying by card). The stuff is super-friendly and they have a huge collection of chew toys, leashes and treats for your babies!

BTW,

they also have pet grooming and pet spa facilities for your fuzzy darlings so if your baby needs a pampering sesh, you know now where to head over!

Follow their Facebook page so that you can be notified about their offers and adoption alerts!

Location: Petronella Building, Shop 5, 63, Dr. Amebdkar Road, Pali Naka, Bandra West, Mumbai

Timings: 10am-9pm

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