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The Fish and Bone
217 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
The Fish and Bone is a pet store located on Newbury Street in Boston. The shop offers a wide range of items andMore products for customers, with a focus on supplies for urban pets. Some products include covers, shirts, leashes, bags, travel bags, toys, accessories, tags and numerous other items. Call for details on product availability or stop by with your pet.
Boston Pet Sitters
144 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02116
Boston Pet Sitters has been serving the Back Bay and Beacon Hill area for over 20 years. Its services include in-houseMore pet sitting and daily dog walking and are available year round, rain or shine. This is a home office (144 Commonwealth Ave.), so it’s best to call ahead and make an appointment.
Andy's Dogwalking
73 Marlborough St, Boston, MA 02116
Andy's Dogwalking is a pet care service based on Marlborough Street in Boston. Owned and run by Andy McGowan, theMore company offers dog walking services. The service walks only two or three dogs at any given time and gives each pet care and attention. The company also provides pet sitting services for cats or dogs, overnight if needed. Call to schedule a time or for information on rates for services.
Back Bay Dog Walking
224 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02116

Back Bay Dog Walking is a bonded and insured pet care service. Dog walking services include water and feeding afterMore each walk, custom walking trails and leash training as well as group or private walks by request.

The company also offers play groups, pet sitting and boarding. Rates vary depending on services; check the website for a list of fees.

Audrey's Pet Supply & Services
296 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02115
Brittany Bang, founder and owner of Audrey's Pet Supply & Services, named the store after her late bulldog Audrey.More This is truly a family business, with Britanny's husband and mother providing invaluable help in the store. While the shop doesn't offer pet-grooming services, Audrey's does offer dog walking and cat-care house visits. They will also deliver dog food "pretty much 24/7."  Brittany and her family are very active in supporting the Animal Rescue League of Boston. They even stage adoption events at the store the last Saturday of every month. Around the time we visited, there were six cats up for adoption—and all of them left with a loving new owner. Audrey's also has a special "Animal Rescue League table."  If you purchase items from the table, the proceeds are donated to the animal rescue league.  Underneath the table, there's a basket with the League's "wish-list," so you can even donate to them directly.
Marie Cargill Acupuncture
262 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02116
Marie Cargill is a groundbreaking therapist whose work has been profiled in local and national media. The author of twoMore books on alternative medicine, she works with cancer patients through a grant with the Floating Hospital, and she has spent the last three decades promoting the use of alternative therapies to treat pets. 
Bank of America
557 Boylston St # 81339, Boston, MA 02116
This conveniently located Bank of America  has an on-site mortgage specialist. This Bank ofMore America opens and closes earlier than its nearby location further down Boylston Street. As with any Bank of America, customers must remove hats, sunglasses, and hoods upon entering the building, and no pets are allowed (seeing-eye dogs being the sole exception). 
The Colonnade Hotel
120 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02116
The Colonnade Hotel is located in Boston's Back Bay area. It features 285 guest rooms and nine luxury suites. GuestsMore enjoy a rooftop pool, a 1,000-square-foot fitness center, 24-hour room service, a business center and an indoor parking garage. Brasserie JO French Bistro operates out of the hotel and there's 13,000-square-feet of event space available for meetings, weddings and other private affairs. The Colonade Hotel is pet-friendly. 
Matilde's Photo & Framing
441 Stuart St, Boston, MA 02116
Matilde's Photo & Framing is a walk-in photography studio in the Back Bay neighborhood. Specializing inMore creating "perfect" biometric  passport, visa and citizenship photos for documents following any countries specifications, Matilde's Photo can instantly print as well as provide digital copies of all its work. The studio also shoots business and pet portraits -- and supports live business events by appointment. Check out the Web site to learn more.
Marlboro Market
45 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA 02115
Marlboro Market is a local grocery store and deli located on Massachusetts Avenue in Boston. The location is familyMore owned and offers a wide assortment of items, including drinks, food, groceries, sandwiches, drinks and beer. Some products include wine, paper towels, snacks, cereal, scratch tickets, chocolate syrup, sandwiches, pet food, toilet paper, candy and much more. It also offers fresh sandwiches. 
Bank of America
3 Center Plaza, Ste, 200, Boston, MA 02108
Bank of America is the largest bank holding company in the United States and the fiscal professionals in its employ areMore renowned for their patience, good humor and knowledge. As in any Bank of America, this Boylston Street location forbids pets and asks that clients remove sunglasses, hoods and hats upon entering. Services include savings and checking accounts, CDs, credit cards, mortgage, refinance, home equity, auto loans, insurance and IRAs.
German Consulate General Boston
3 Copley Pl Ste 500, Boston, MA 02116
From foreign policy, to passports and taking pets on vacation, the German Consulate offers a range of services gearedMore primarily toward Germans living in New England. In addition, the consulate provides a wealth of information about Germany. Located on the fifth floor of tower three in the Copley Place mall (take the escalator across from Barney's), the office is simple and welcoming. Before visiting in person, be sure to check out the website because the answer to your question is probably there. In addition to information for services like visas, citizenship or legal matters, the site provides news updates, links to obtain kits for school projects and interactive video games for kids.
Kingsley Montessori School
30 Fairfield St, Boston, MA 02116

Toddlers at the Kinglsey Montessori school attend either a morning or afternoon session. Based on a MontessoriMore philosophy that teaches students to learn how to learn, they start the day, and the school year, by learning how to take care of themselves and their classroom. As time goes on they get involved with art and science, music and Spanish. In preschool, they work together in small groups, and through practical life skills, sensory learning, math, language arts, visual arts, technology and movement, start to develop a strong foundation for future learning.

From early on, teachers help each child develop their sense of self through independence, curiosity and an understanding of the world around them. Whether they're preparing their morning snack, singing and playing games, or taking care of the classroom pets, students are encouraged to establish their own unique identities and to be comfortable talking and expressing themselves.

As a more structured curriculum is introduced, children build on their motor skills, socialization skills, self-esteem and concentration. Teachers meet regularly with parents and families are involved in all aspects of their child's growth and development.

Melt
172 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
Melt's services include coloring, makeup, manicure and pedicure, massage, shaving and hair-cutting and styling. ThoughMore its clientele is primarily women, gentlemen are more than welcome and are encouraged to experience the "gentleman's package," (which includes massage, facial, shave and trim). It sells a number of cosmetic and hair products (Joico). Pets are allowed (provided they can be held in your arms and remain calm) and outside food is allowed. This is the absolutely perfect place for a bridal party. On a street crowded with beauty parlors and spas, what sets Melt apart from the rest? It's their commitment to provide high-end services without the usual "snootiness." In the words of one aesthetician in their employ, Melt is "the bed-and-breakfast of spas!" The atmosphere is at once serene and fun. If you didn't think spas were your thing, Melt is sure to change your mind.