Neon Dog

Neon Dog pet supplies on Lark Street

Speaking of Lark Street businesses... After visiting the new Pint Sized Friday we had a chance to stop in at the new pet supplies store just across Jay Street.

Neon Dog has been open a week in the second-floor retail space at 252 Lark Street. The shop, owned by Romel Pryor, offers a range of pet supplies, from food to toys to grooming accessories. And if you don't see something you're looking for, ask -- we heard today that they've already changed up the dog food lineup based on feedback from customers.

The store is open Monday-Sunday 9 am-7 pm.

And pets are welcome in the shop. (Even the unusual ones.)

Find It

Neon Dog
252 Lark Street
Albany, NY 12210

Comments

It is so exciting to see all these Lark street businesses opening and expanding! Keep it up, Lark.

Good for them! I always wanted to open a place like this down there. I couldn't figure out why it hadn't been done before.

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