Heads Up For Tails, India’s leading petcare brand, proudly announces the grand opening of its spectacular flagship store in Bangalore. Located at Vittal Mallya Road, the new establishment marks the opening of their biggest and 16th outlet in Bangalore, which provides pets with the finest products and pet owners with the utmost convenience.
Sprawling across an impressive 4,700 square feet, the flagship store promises to be more than just a retail space—it’s a destination for pet enthusiasts to explore, connect, and discover a wide range of top-tier petcare essentials.
Rashi Narang, the founder and CEO of Heads Up For Tails, said, “We mark a milestone with our biggest store in Bangalore, exquisitely designed and situated in a prime location that is easily accessible to the consumers. Bangalore is a very important market for us since there’s a significant growth in the number of pet communities. The pet-loving population here seeks exceptional products and experiences, and our expansion is not just a strategic move but a testament to our commitment to providing unparalleled quality and fostering long-lasting relationships with our valued customers.”
The store boasts an extensive collection of high-quality pet care products, including premium pet food, stylish accessories, grooming essentials, toys, and bedding, catering to the needs of every pet. HUFT’s flagship store has a state-of-the-art grooming salon equipped with the latest technology and staffed by skilled professionals who understand the unique needs of different breeds and coat types.
The store offers an inviting and inclusive pet-friendly environment that encourages customers to bring their furry friends along for a shopping experience like no other.
With the launch of this new flagship store, HUFT fortifies its retail footprint, boasting an impressive network of 83 stores across the country. The brand’s expansion plans ensure that the thriving pet population in every corner of India can access the unparalleled HUFT experience, nurturing the bond between pets and their adoring owners.
The company was launched in 2008 and has raised USD 50 mn till date from marquee investors such as Sequoia, Verlinvest among others over 4 rounds, according to Crunchbase. The company had a revenue of Rs. 125 Cr and incurred a loss of Rs. 12.6 Cr for FY 2122. The Indian pet care market is estimated to be around Rs. 85,000 Cr (USD 10 Bn) pa. The market is largely semi-organised and the pet care items are mostly imported from China and Europe.