Dog Bone Alley to Close

Dog Bone Alley

Dog Bone Alley, a popular shop for pooches and their owners at 1342 Park Street, will close its doors soon.

“We’re having a closing sale, with no firm date on when we will close our doors. It’ll be when the inventory is sold,” said owner Elizabeth Pinkerton.

Pinkerton adds that she closed her sister store in Danville a few years ago. She’s been in business in town for 10 years and is looking “to move in another direction.”

“It’s been a joy to serve pets and pet parents of Alameda, and I appreciate how supportive Alamedans have been through the years,” Pinkerton explained. “The business and Park Street have been great.”

The store was founded in 2004 and has specialized in pet supplies, including holistic pet foods made by Orijen, Fromm’s, Primal and SmallBatch.

The shop is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. from Sunday to Thursday and from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

Janet Levaux

  • Bette

    this is over a year old.