a luxury establishment dedicated to animal welfare opens in Paris

This concept store dedicated to pets has just opened its doors in the 1st arrondissement of the capital.

“Alpha” is a space entirely dedicated to animal welfare. The establishment, which was entirely designed by Koffi Miessan and Virginie Barbarin (founders of Alpha Dogs House, a boarding house for animals in Loiret), is spread over three floors and offers a multitude of services including a jewelry store, massages or even light therapy.

A little paradise for animals

On the ground floor, owners can discover accessories, food and games for dogs and cats.

In the basement, a nursery and a bathroom are available for doggies. Upstairs, the cats have the right to a private hotel. No cage or fence, the tomcats can wander around the room thanks to a branching and climbing course.

Proposer of solutions to owners

“The idea is that people, especially tourists, allow us to leave them to go visit a monument, go shopping in complete freedom without having to find security solutions”, details Virginie Barbarin in the columns of Parisian.

Walks are also offered in the Luxembourg Gardens and education classes supposed to take place in the Tuileries Gardens.

Read also: In Melun, the homeless and their animals are welcomed during the day at the CHRS Le Sentier

Canine dementia risk increases with age, new study finds

Leave a Comment