If you love your pet, you will love our pet store!

Chico's Natural Pet Market is the number one destination for all your pet supply needs. We offer natural dry kibble, canned, dehydrated, freeze dried, and raw pet food. As well as organic, grain-free, weight management, vegetarian, and many other special formulas for your dog or cat.

You will find all your premium pet supplies, natural pet foods, toys, and treats. Come visit our grooming salon where our experts can recommend the right service for your pet.

Chico's Natural Pet Market is located at 6349 A Columbia Pike in Falls Church, Virginia. It is locally owned and operated and serves the surrounding community. Chico's Natural Pet Market is also a proud member of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce. Stop in and see what we have to offer!



Chico's Natural Pet Market offers expert grooming for your pets. Our grooming salon is ready for any pet that walks in! Let our experts recommend the right care for your pet. Are you ready for a First Class Experience?

Chico's Natural Pet Market partners with local rescue groups to help pets find their new homes. Join us in helping pets and future pet parents find each other.

Join Chico's Natural Pet Market Rewards Membership program to receive news, discounts, party invites, and special offers! As a member come into the store and enjoy extra benefits.

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