Zoomania pet superstore opens doors on Calle 60 Norte
The doors are now open to pets and their owners at Zoomania Calle 60, Merida’s newest and most advanced superstore for pet supplies and pet care.
Located on Calle 60 Norte in Colonia Chuburná de Hidalgo, Zoomania opened last month with a wide array of premium pet food, accessories, toys, treats, and medicinal and hygiene products. The store offers a full line of pet supplies for dogs and cats, including treats manufactured by world-class suppliers.
Zoomania stresses pet nutrition with a focus on providing premium and super premium foods made with high quality ingredients. In addition to pet supplies, pet grooming and veterinarian services also are offered.
Nutritional information for pets is available in the store, and the friendly staff works with customers to help them find the right products for their animals.
Pets are welcomed in the veterinarian, grooming and dog wash areas. Two separate stations are available and Zoomania’s grooming staff is highly trained and qualified.
The store also has a veterinarian staff and state of the art equipment.
Zoomania’s mission is to provide you and your pet the best quality products, services and care. We have an extensive range of products ensuring excellent nutrition for your feline or canine.
Through proper nutrition, we promote health and physical condition that allows a healthy coexistence with your pet.
With good nutrition, hair loss, dermatological, gastrointestinal, allergic and other diseases that can be associated with food quality are reduced significantly.
Good nutrition also fights bad breath by reducing the accumulation of dental plaque, reduces the production of gases, and produces firm and odorless stools that facilitate collection.
We handle a large stock of leading high quality, specialized, premium and super premium American and domestic pet food brands not sold in supermarkets and price clubs. Brands include Royal Canin, Hills, Proplan, Diamond, Mira Bayer, Eukanuba, Virbac and Nupec, among others.
You can buy food for your pet in our business area Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 11:00 pm, Friday and Saturday from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm and Sunday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. We have delivery service Monday through Saturday from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm at TEL 9-43-01-29. (If you need any special delivery time please let us know.)
We accept credit and debit cards; on home delivery, only VISA and Mastercard are accepted.
You can buy food and accessories for your pet online in our website www.zoomania.com.mx 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We have delivery service Monday through Saturday from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm; you just need to place your order online, and ask for home delivery. (If you need any special delivery time please let us know at 9-43-01-29).
EMERGENCIES: Cel.- 9999 55 04 18
Zoomania Centro Veterinario:
- Calle 60 Norte S/N (x 21 y 23), Chuburná de Hidalgo , Mérida, Yuc. / Ph.- 981 4297 & 981 0739
- Calle 6 (Av. Correa Racho) # 456 x 5, Diaz Ordaz, CP 97130, Mérida, Yuc. / Ph.- 943 0129
- Calle 74 # 249 Local 8 x 57C y 57 Fracc. Las Américas, Dzitya, Yuc. / Ph.- 406-5509
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