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Monthly Product Highlight:

A bag of VeRus Opticoat Dog Food with Menhaden Fish Protein

VeRUS Advanced Opticoat Dog Food
  • COLD WATER FISH PROTEIN. Made from Wild Caught Menhaden from US water, harvested without the use of ethoxyquin, cooked, pressed to remove water and oil, then dried and deboned for pure healthy fish protein
  • COMPLEX CARBOHYDRATES. Potatoes, Ground Whole Oats, and Barley are healthy rich sources of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Great tasting and high in dietary fiber that satiate the appetite of the most discriminating pet
  • Innovative Freeze Dried Live PROBIOTICS for enhanced digestion and immune support; retaining over 90% of its value through the shelf life of the food. Typical pet foods use dead strains and list their addition rate rather than their available rate to your pet.
  • Omega 3 Fatty Acids as an immunity booster
  • L- Carnitine for maximum performance
  • Chelated Minerals to assist with absorption of nutrients
  • Preserved with mixed tocopherols (antioxidants)
  • No Meat by-products, No Artificial Flavors or Colors, No Fillers, No Corn, No Wheat, No Soybean, No Sugars and No Window Dressing!
  • Made in the USA!
  • For Adult Dogs

Learn more about our frequent buyer program

by visiting our Rewards Program Page.

Did you know we deliver? For $14 we'll bring your pet supplies and anything else right to your door with for orders over $50! Call, email, or place your order online and we'll get it out to you right away.

Have a new puppy and aren't sure where to start with training? Check out our Mill-sponsored puppy classes! They are held at 4Paws Salon and Spa throughout the week. If you are interested in participating in one of the classes, contact Clare (443.807.7547) or 4 Paws Salon (410.420.2311) to sign up. She will also be teaching basic, intermediate, and advanced classes for those who are no longer in the puppy stage.

Marty enjoying one of the new toys at The Mill!

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Cassie Nillson, The Mill's Pet Product Manager and her Aussie, Marty outside

Cassie Nilsson - Pet Product Manager



Your One-Stop Local Shop

The Mill has the products and supplies to keep your pets healthy, happy, and entertained. We're not your typical pet store, but don't let that stop you from coming in!

We have everything you need and more. Your dog, cat or small pets will love our toys and food, and our knowledgeable staff can help you make good choices for your pets.

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monthly pet sales and specials

Interested in adding some fresh food to your pet's diet but aren't sure where to start? Click the picture below to learn more!

A rabbit nibbling on an Oxbow Small Pet Treat or toy


Thumper is the official tester of all things small pet. Stop by and see him at The Mill of Whiteford.

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Shop for your small animal

Shop for your cat

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Pet Supplies

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a cavy in pine shaving bedding cage


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Collars, Leashes & Apparel

We proudly carry the following brands and have access to many more!


Taste of the Wild




Earth Animal


Loyall Life



River Run


Southern States


Natural Balance

Red Barn

Purina Pro Plan



Breed of the Month: Dutch Rabbit

Dutch Rabbits are relatively small and well-rounded rabbits. However, they are not considered dwarf rabbits, as they typically weight between 3.5 to 5.5 lbs. They have a distinct color pattern, with a white blaze, neck, saddle, belly, feet, and color everywhere else. The colors typically seen in this rabbit are tortoise, steel, lilac, gray, chocolate, black, chinchilla, and blue. The Dutch Rabbit is considered one of the oldest rabbit breeds in the world, originating in Europe sometime in the late 1800s or early 1900s. These little rabbits make excellent family pets and are great for first time rabbit owners,
as they are generally friendly, enjoy attention and activity, and are quite hardy. They are not high maintenance but do require regular grooming as they shed. These are also fairly active rabbits and similar to most small pets, need time outside of their hutches to get exercise and mental stimulation. If you’d like to meet one in person, stop by our Whiteford location to meet the store rabbit, Thumper!

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