About Our Hawthorne Store

Located in the historic Castagna building, our Hawthorne store is located at 1736 SE Hawthorne Boulevard. It is a small and cozy store with a surprisingly broad selection of natural pet foods and treats. Be sure to check out our fun selection of cat toys and collars to keep you BFF engaged and happy. Small animal enthusiasts will find an outstanding selection of hays, feed and chews in our small animal supply section. We hope you will stop in an see how this little store can meet your pet supply needs.

All Natural Treats

We have a great selection of treats including our bulk cookies with grain-free and protein specific options. 

Cat Collars

For cat lovers, we feature a fun selection of cat in solids and patterns to match you cat's individual style.


You'll find a reliable assortment of supplements for hip and joint, omega 3's, digestion, anxiety and more.

Dog Chews

We feature natural dog chews in all kinds of shapes and sizes to keep your best friend satisfied and content.

Cat Treats

Cats love treats and we carry all natural treats that you can feel good about sharing.

Grooming Supplies

Keep your pets looking fabulous with our selection of grooming products.

These are some of the natural products you will find at our Hawthorne store. Please stop by to see for yourself at 1736 SE Hawthorne Blvd.

Memorial Day Announcement

We will be closed on Monday, May 28 for Memorial Day in remembrance in those who died in active military service. We hope you are able to spend the holiday with family and friends.

Self-Serve Dog Wash

Woodstock Store Only

Sad dog in dog wash

Our Woodstock store features two self-service dog wash tubs that are available on a first-come, first-served basis. We provide shampoo, towels and even have a blow drier.

Weekdays: 10am - 6pm
Saturday: 10am - 5pm
Sunday: Noon - 4pm

Teeth Cleaning without Anesthesia

Multnomah Village Store Only

First and third Thursdays every month by Natural Pet Dental. Please call our Multnomah Village store at 971-222-2686 to make an appointment.

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