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Where to Buy Pet Food and Supplies in Hong Kong

By Stephanie Lown 9 April 2019

We love a spot of retail therapy – even when it's for our four-legged friend. Whether you're looking to stock up your cupboards with the best quality pet food or healthcare products on the market, or you simply want to treat your little buddy to some awesome new toys or special clothing for the cooler months in Hong Kong, you're sure to find it at these top pet supply stores across the city.

Pet Line

This one-stop, pet supply chain store offers a range of products for dogs, cats, small animals, and birds across 24 of its stores located across Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and the New Territories, with some offering additional spa and bakery services. The store sells products from around 18 different brands, offering everything from food and accessories, to bedding and toys, and more. You can also rack up VIP points when shopping on the online store, and enjoy free shipping with orders over $400.

Pet Line, click here for store locations

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Whiskers N Paws

Whiskers N Paws is pretty much the holy grail of all things pets related, boasting a DIY washing station, professional groomers, and supplies. It also plays host to Hong Kong Dog Rescue's (HKDR) adoption days, and provides a Positive Partners Obedience Training Class. Here you can find supplies for every aspect of pet care, from grooming and food, to treats and healthcare, and every accessory you can imagine, including doggie life jackets like the one donned by Localiiz's very own office dog, Lola (pictured above). You can take your furry friend along with you to browse the aisles, and cap it off with a nice tea break at the in-store coffee shop.

Whiskers N Paws, 10/F Horizon Plaza 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, (+852) 2552 6200


Q-PETS is the largest scale pet chain store in Hong Kong, with a total of 39 branches scattered across all districts. The store provides a comprehensive range of pet products for cats, dogs, and small animals such as adorable little chinchillas, hamsters, and rabbits. Apart from offering pet essentials such as canned food and kibble, grooming products, toys, and other accessories, this one-stop-shop also provides a variety of professional services for your furry friend. From Japan's latest 'Soda Healing Spa' therapy, which will have your pup feeling refreshed both inside and out, to certified dog training programs suitable for all ages, this place has got you covered.

Q-PETS, click here for store locations


This comprehensive online store was set up by the founders of Creature Comforts Veterinary Housecall Practice, and offers products designed for cats, dogs, and even exotic small animals and reptiles. They sell everything from food and treats, to grooming tools and accessories, and evens healthcare and dental products. All pet food delivery is free, with minimum orders over $300, and you can earn Vetopia 'Reward Dollars' on every purchase. The team also offer a Recurring Order Program to save you even more time, and are always on hand to answer any pet-related questions you might have. After all, they are the experts!

Vetopia, visit the website for more information

With over 2,000 premium pet products on offer, is another firm favourite for pet supplies, with daily deals and offers to enjoy as well. The store offers a range of products for cats and dogs, covering food, healthcare, accessories, and even clothes. You can shop online and request a delivery date and a time that suits you, with free delivery when you spend over $250, to all across Hong Kong, although outlying islands such as Discovery Bay and Ma Wan may take up to 3 to 5 days to arrive., visit the website for more information 

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Stephanie Lown

Marketing Manager

Stephanie is extremely passionate about animal welfare and conservation. She found herself in marketing after moving to London to pursue a career in Film & TV and ended up building her own start-up to help connect other creative artists in the industry. When she’s not at work or taking her gorgeous pup Lola out for adventures, she can be found playing basketball at Victoria Park.

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