Our mission is to match the right pet with the right customer and meet the needs of both. For our customers who already have pets, we are dedicated to enhancing their knowledge and enjoyment of the human-animal bond. We put the health and well being of puppies first at Petland, by promoting responsible puppy ownership and continuous staff training. At Petland we place puppies in loving homes. Take home a Petland puppy today!
Excellent experience, 1st time being to a pet store, everyone was very nice, very clean, smelt nice, Jackson was very informative, very helpful, patient and nice.
I had a really awesome time Kendra was very nice knew a lot about dogs and let us know a ton of information to help with having a new puppy.
Wonderful experience, Teresa and Greg were both super helpful and friendly, just overall so kind.
It was very good they were very knowledgeable and the service was great!
“Puppy is doing great, going Mon. 9am to the AHUG Excellent experience, Greg was very friendly, and helpful.”
Brooke was absolutely wonderful she helped us out a ton and made our visit the best it could ever be.
robotic like voice, tried calling again same thing, bad connection.
Really good experience everyone was very helpful, the owner was very friendly and informative.
Very good experience at the store, Manager and new girl were so sweet and helpful.
It's estimated that Americans own around 70 million dogs.
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If you love spending time in the great outdoors and are considering adding a fur-legged friend to your family this blog is for you. Making sure you find a dog that enjoys spending time outside as much as you do is important. Although all dog breeds enjoy time outside, some are better built for this and have different characteristics which will allow them to keep up with you and your family. Below is a list of the top five dog breeds who will enjoy outdoor exploring as much as you do. The Labrador Retriever is originally from Newfoundland and bred …Read More
We all know that the only time we should use the words chocolate and dog in the same sentence is when we use them to identify a “Chocolate Lab.” Chocolate, although a delicious treat for humans, is a never something that a dog should eat. The reason is because chocolate contains theobromine, a caffeinelike molecule that increases blood flow to the brain. This is highly toxic for dogs and could lead to poisoning. Although most dogs do not eat enough chocolate to die, many will consume enough that can make them very ill. Physical Signs/Symptoms that Your Dog Ate Chocolate …Read More
Dogs have helped humans out over hundreds of years. From rescuing people, to tracking missing persons, to detecting bombs, to herding sheep. One of the most amazing abilities that dogs are also known for is their ability to detect certain types of cancers in people. Recent studies have confirmed that certain trained dogs may be able to detect cancer in people about 40% of the time. Although this is very far from being perfected, it does go to show just how amazing dogs are. How do Dogs Detect this? Dogs have an incredible sense of smell. Our fur-legged friends have …Read More