Saturday, January 02, 2010

Franklin Avenue Getting a Pet Supply Store (or 2)

In a move that's sure to be a hit with the domesticated animals of Franklin Avenue and their doting owners, Fisher's and Pulp & Bean owner Tony Fisher is planning to open at least one, and maybe two, pet supply stores on Franklin Avenue. Fisher has had a busy fall with the opening of his new coffee shop, but after a much-needed January vacation, he plans to jump back into the always-improving retail scene, first at a space he owns south of Eastern Parkway (near his other family supermarket, the Pioneer) and then potentially at a location north of Eastern. He mentioned that he'd spoken with a few landlords, including the owners of the space next to Bristen's (pictured above).

Based entirely on anecdotal evidence, I'd say there's demand for the business--I see plenty of dogs around on leashes and cat owners have made their presence felt on Brooklynian recently. The new mascot of I Love Franklin Ave will certainly be pleased.


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  3. Great post! Bringing home a new dog, whether it’s a puppy or an adult, is like bringing home a new baby – you need to be prepared, and you need supplies. So, I was looking for articles on buying pet supplies online and then I came across yours inspiring read. Thanks!