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Category: PET SERVICES

  • Pet Services
    • Animal Hospital
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Generic veterinarian where Homer is sent for testing after getting hit in the stomach with one too many bowling balls. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
    • Arizona Veterinary Clinic
      • Real Life 1979 Film
        • Where Warren Yeager worked. One of the finest veterinary clinics in the new southwest.
    • Bans Pet Grooming
    • Bevo's
      • Wings 1990 TV Series
        • Dog groomer that Casey mistakes for a classy looking French salon (Season 6 episode The Spark and How to Get It)
    • Blendin Mobile Pet Grooming
    • Cervine Institute Of Elk, Moose, Deer And Stag
      • Rick And Morty 2013 Animated Series
        • Guys Jerry brings in to take the deer they hit to a top wildlife surgeon, actually the guys from Cold Stone Creamery. (Season 2 episode A Rickle in Time)
    • Down On All Fours
      • Justified 2010 TV Series
        • Mobile grooming service - Duffy's front company name on his van in last episode of season 6 (series finale)
    • Downtown Veterinary Clinic
      • Seinfeld 1989 TV Series
        • Clinic where Kramer takes the dog Smuckers that shares his same coughing affliction. (Season 8 episode The Andrea Doria)
    • Dr. Sniff
      • The Tick 1994 Animated Series
        • Veterinarian at animal hospital that tells The Tick that Speak isn't actually a dog but a capybara (Season 3 episode 4 Tick vs. Arthur)
    • Dr. Winston
      • Frasier 1993 TV Series
        • Frasier's neighbor Cam's veterinarian mother (Season 9 episode The Love You Fake)
    • Elmwood County Animal Shelter
    • Forever Pet
      • Watchmen 2019 TV Series
        • Pet cloning company where Wade's ex-girlfriend Cynthia Bennet works. "We offer the splice of life, taking your beloved animal's unique DNA and making an exact replica, so that you never have to say goodbye again." (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
    • Greenleaf Veterinary
      • Jessica Jones 2015 TV Series
        • Clinic where Trish and Dr. Karl Malus bribe a technician for FVRCP, the feline distemper vaccine, and Telazol, an anesthetic. (Season 2 episode AKA Three Lives and Counting)
    • Griffin Pond Animal Shelter
      • The Office 2005 TV Series
        • Animal shelter where Deangelo tells Andy the story of how he saved Jo's dog. (Season 7 episode Goodbye, Michael)
    • Joe's Taxidermy
    • Mosconi's Veterinary Clinic
    • Pawnee Animal Shelter #3
    • Pet Cemetery
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Graveyard for pets, next door to Springfield Cemetery. (Season 4 episode Treehouse of Horror III - segment: Dial "Z" for Zombies) Lisa discovers that the Republicans rigged the mayoral election with dead residents voting for Sideshow Bob, including her cat Snowball I. (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts)
    • Pet Paradise
      • Frasier 1993 TV Series
        • Sponsor of Frasier's show: "Death is inevitable. But it's especially painful when it claims a beloved family pet. If you've lost, or are planning to lose, a cherished dog, cat or bird, let Pet Paradise console you with a tasteful Plexiglas memorial bearing the likeness of your departed friend. Pet Paradise. Though your pet may be small, your loss is great." (Season 2 episode The Botched Language of Cranes)
    • Re-Pet
      • The 6th Day 2000 Film
        • When Adam's daughter's dog dies, Adam's wife convinces Adam to take the dog to Re-Pet, a cloning company that can give your dead pet new life.
    • Share-a-keet
      • Anger Management 2012 TV Series
        • Terrible business investment decision Charlie reminds Jen about - for people who don't want the burden of caring for a parakeet full time. (Season 5 episode Charlie and the Case of the Curious Hottie)
    • Springfield Animal Hospital
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Animal hospital where the Simpsons take Santa's Little Helper when he gets sick. (Season 3 episode Dog of Death) Santa's Little Helper taken there when injured. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns?)
    • Van Ness Pet Hospital
      • Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? 1982 Literature
        • To himself John Isidore thought acidly, And it's gone away for me, too, without my having to emigrate. He had been a special now for over a year, and not merely in regard to the distorted genes which he carried. Worse still, he had failed to pass the minimum mental faculties test, which made him in popular parlance a chickenhead. Upon him the contempt of three planets descended. However, despite this, he survived. He had his job, driving a pickup and delivery truck for a false-animal repair firm; the Van Ness Pet Hospital and his gloomy, gothic boss Hannibal Sloat accepted him as human and this he appreciated. Mors certa, vita incerta, as Mr. Sloat occasionally declared. Isidore, although he had heard the expression a number of times, retained only a dim notion as to its meaning.
    • Wheelright & Carpenter
      • Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? 1982 Literature
        • Deftly, he ran his fingers along the pseudo bony spine. The cables should be about here. Damn expert workmanship; so absolutely perfect an imitation. Cables not apparent even under close scrutiny. Must be a Wheelright & Carpenter product — they cost more, but look what good work they do.
    • York's Livery Stable
      • Pet Sematary 1983 Literature
        • Four or five days after Timmy Baterman's body buried at Pleasantview Cemetery in Bangor, mailwoman Marjorie Washburn sees him walking up the road toward York's Livery Stable.


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