Welcome to Petland! It is our desire to make a difference in the communities we serve. For more than 45 years, we have been the retail pet industry leader in the area of animal care with ongoing staff training programs, in-store animal husbandry systems and community service programs aimed at placing homeless pets and curbing pet overpopulation in the community.
Awsome caring staff
Great variety of pets and products.
Prices are a bit on the steep side when compared to other pet stores in the area however the staff and customer service are well worth the five-star rating ans store manager Hope Gregory is highly motivated in improving her store, community and helping the local non-profit animal rescues in the area
Love my new Yorkie puppy I got from there two days ago he’s so sweet and playful happy and healthy the price was a little higher then I wanted but for a healthy happy puppy it’s definitely worth it! And their financing options are extremely affordable!! Would definitely recommend them!! And my puppy is doing […]
Very clean environment, super helpful staff.
Petland is a great place to get a pet. I got my English bulldog there and had no issue’s. Everyone was very helpful and nice.
Hope and her staff love the animals in the store and will help you to care for the animals you love.
Friendly staff, adorable pets!
Gorgeous dogs!! I found my baby there!
Love this place! Picked up the best toy for a cat – our cat loves it and actually throws it up in the air and chases it! Love!
It's estimated that Americans own around 70 million dogs.
We are proud of our commitment to animal welfare and quality of our pets.
There are many options for adding a puppy to your family.Learn More
We love spoiling our pups and throwing them a small treat here and there but some foods should never be shared with your pup. The reason being is that dogs and humans metabolize foods differently which is why some foods are safe for humans to eat but may be toxic and potentially deadly for dogs. Figuring out which foods are safe versus unsafe can be confusing. Below is a list of five very common foods that are safe for your dog and five very common foods that are not safe for your dog. Foods Dogs Can Safely Eat Carrots: Both …Read More
When we think of a working dog, we may envision a dog in the 1800s pulling a cart or herding sheep. Images of a Dalmatian sitting in the back of a firetruck may also cross our minds. Below are some of the more common yet impressive jobs our pups do to keep us safe. Most Common Types of Jobs Police Dogs / K9 Units: For generations, man’s best friend was sworn to protect and serve. Police dogs, also known as K9 units, do just that. A typical day in the shoes of a police dog consists of detecting the scents …Read More
Our pups’ desire for mental stimulation is just as strong as it is for physical stimulation. For many dog owners, our 9:00 — 5:00 job prevents us from spending forty-plus hours a week with our pup. Over the course of one year, that’s over 2,000 hours. Imagine being home alone with no one to talk to or interact with for that long? That is not even taking into consideration the hundreds of other hours we are away from home for other responsibilities. A solution that millions of American dog owners found to help keep their fur-legged friends happy is doggy …Read More