722 W. College Ave.
Decatur, GA 30030



We hope to provide a healthy and convenient alternative to big-box pet stores to Oakhurst and surrounding neighborhoods by providing the newest, natural products for pets. Influenced by our passion for pet nutrition, our business is anchored by our belief that pets should have diets that closely reflect what their wild ancestors ate. Whether it be raw or gently cooked, our goal is to spread awareness about feeding pets fresh, animal proteins and to become Atlanta’s hub for fresh feeders and those who are interested in giving their pets a more dynamic diet.

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We hope you find our store inviting and comfortable.  Walk or Bike to our central Decatur location and give Fido that much needed exercise.  Well-mannered, leashed pets are always welcome!

Once you’re here, browse our carefully selected inventory of the finest quality pet goods:  leashes, treats, a huge selection of supplements, loads of chews and bones, and much more!

Stop by the Artisan Marketplace and see the latest featured American craftsmanship.  You won’t find this stuff at the big box stores!  From leashes and collars, to bowls and dishes, blankets and beds, to an exclusive line of locally baked, grain-free treats, we want to bring you unique alternatives to the “everyone has it” pet stuff. 

The flagship of our store is undoubtedly our “deli.”  We hope to spread the word about natural feeding by providing the Atlanta area with homemade, human-grade pet foods, and all the components to make your pet’s food at home (See our menu for more details).  We truly believe that people are beginning to change the way they treat their furry family members, and those brave enough to join the thousands who have seen the benefits of fresh feeding will certainly be a step ahead of what we are sure is the way of the future. 

Tues-Sat: 10:30am -7:00pm
Sun: 12:00pm-5:00pm
Mon: Closed


Pets should never have cooked chicken bones because they splinter... but give them raw, non-weight-bearing bones like chicken wings or backs and watch what thousands of years of evolution and domestication could not erase.