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Sue's Pet Parlor
2806 Banksville Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15216
Owner Deborah Brinksman offers a hard-to-find service at Sue's Pet Parlor: cat grooming. As she notes, sometimes as catsMore get older, they're unable to groom themselves. So Sue's helps them out, in addition to welcoming dogs of all breeds. Pampered canines can enjoy hydrotherapy and aromatherapy, as well as more basic grooming needs. Sue's Pet Parlor also offers a pick-up and drop-off service. Deborah suggests it's always better to call first, before coming in.
Southcrest Heights
631 Southcrest Dr, Pittsburgh, PA 15226
A sprawling apartment complex in a quiet, tree-lined section of Brookline, Southcrest Heights offers one, two andMore three-bedroom apartments ranging in price from $590 to $850. Though it's in a residential neighborhood, Southcrest Heights is right on the bus line and just a short walk to Pioneer Avenue, churches, and schools. The rent includes gas and water, and each apartment features an equipped kitchen, walk-in closets, full carpeting, and broadband or fiber-optic Internet access. Garages are available. Cats are welcome, but dogs are not. A rental and management office is located on-site.
Moonstones
1517 Potomac Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15216
Formerly located on Potomac Avenue in Dormont, Moonstones is now located at the intersection of Potomac and West LibertyMore avenues. Offering a wide array of spiritual items, it also offers books, clothing, accessories, tarot products and home decorations. There are also classes for certain subjects, and psychic readings available several times a week. Keep your eyes peeled for the black and white cat who watches over the store.
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