A new Pet Supplies Plus, located at 710 Old San Antonio Road, Buda, held a grand opening event Jan. 11 to follow its soft opening in December. The chain of stores, which sells pet food, toys, treats, gear and other items, has more than 460 stores nationwide, according to the company website. 512-523-8411. www.petsuppliesplus.com
Pet Supplies Plus now open in Buda
Pet Supplies Plus opened in Buda. (Courtesy Pet Supplies Plus)
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