The Green Spot
Looking for a fun spot to hang out with your favorite four-legged friend? Then it’s time for you to check out The Green Spot! This locally owned and operated pet speciality store and experience has everything you’re looking for:
A Hot Spot
Bring your pet, enjoy a nice cup of coffee and meet other pets and their owners in our progressive café lounge.
A Cool Spot
We searched high and low to find the healthiest natural and organic pet foods and accessories for your best friend.
A Fun Spot
The Green Spot has a wide selection of pet toys and games that are safe, eco-friendly and fun!
At The Green Spot, both you and your pet will feel welcome. Our friendly, helpful staff will help you find solutions for your beloved pets from our wide range of safe and eco-friendly toys, treats, and supplies. Whether you’re looking for something particular, or simply spending some quality time out of the house with your pet, join us for a bit!
Your best friend will thank you.
The Green Spot is a new local business by pug enthusiasts Jessica Kamish and Jennifer Haines. The 2 entrepreneurs met via Pug Partners of Nebraska, a dog rescue non-profit that was founded by Jessica and where Jennifer is the foster director. Realizing they both shared a dream to open a pet store, they decided to team up and go for it.
Jessica caught the small business buzz back in January 2010 when she attended a Silicon Prairie meet up and met a number of business owners. She recounts, "That night I decided I wanted to own my own business. From there I attended the YP summit and learned a lot about what it would take to make that happen…".
The Green Spot features products from:
A Dog’s Life
Bark Meow Cafe
Fromm Family Foods
|Green Bulldog Gromming Products
Hemp for Hounds
Pet Fairy Noshers
P.L.A.Y Pet Beds
Stella & Chewy’s
Taste of the Wild
3 Things to Dig About Omaha
- Passionate dog people & dog rescues like Pug Partners
- The change of seasons
- The people
3 Things to Change About Omaha
- Grumpy drivers (the traffic really isn’t that bad here!)
- More dog friendly places
- Educate people on how to responsibly acquire a dog