Charnock Farm Pet Centre, in Leyland, Lancashire, is to cease trading at the end of the month.
Manager Harrison Whiteside told the Chorley Guardian the shop, which opened in 2017, had been forced to close after its landlord said it would not be renewing the lease.
In a statement, Harrison said: “It is with a heavy heart that we have to inform you all that on Saturday, February 29, Charnock Farm Pet and Gift Centre will close its doors for the final time. This is due to the landlord not renewing our lease.
“Running a small business hasn’t been easy and unfortunately we have become another local shop to disappear.”
The shop’s owner, Sue Hallam, has thanked customers for their support.
“We would like to take this opportunity to thank you all from the bottom of our hearts for your continued support,” she said. “And we would like to say a special thank you to all of you who have trusted us to look after your pets.
“We have loved every minute and will miss them so much. We are all devastated and so upset. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.”
The Guardian reported that the shop’s resident exotic birds, Jasper, an African grey parrot, and Charlie, an Amazon, would be put up for sale.
“They are going up for sale and hopefully we can find them a loving home,” said Sue. “Wherever they go, we will be making sure they are looked after and cared for to the highest degree.”
The shop said it also needed to sell a number of rabbits and pet lovers were encouraged to visit the shop to make enquiries.
“We are planning and working out what we feel is best for our animals so they can have the best quality of life. We want to make sure that they go to an amazing home with owners that will love them and take care of them.”