See these pages for complete listings... For complete list of puppies in stock visit Puppy Page.
For complete list of kittens in stock visit Kitten Page.
For complete list of sale pets view the In Store Specials.
Or, come visit us to fall in love with your forever friend!
Dachshund Blk/Tan APRI
ON SALE! Male
So Tiny & Sweet!
Cairn Terrier Red/Silver/
Wheat AKC Male DOB
Am. Bulldogs APRI
ON SALE! Female Fawn/Blue, MaleSOLD!
Lil' Snowball :)
American Eskimo APRI Female DOB
ON SALE! Female DOB
AKC Female DOB
ON SALE! Female
Shiba Inu AKC Female
Ori Pei Great Personality!!! Male
Westie AKC Female
Bouvier des Flandres
Only 1 Left!
Hound APRI Female
Red Sable Cutie!
Pomeranian ACA Female
Great Family Dog!
Shetland Sheepdog AKC Female DOB 4/9/16
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Summer Pet Safety Tips... Fun summer outdoor activities are here! But, be sure to keep your pet healthy and happy during the summer by following a few simple guideline to help protect them from summer hazards:
Never leave a pet in a car - even for a minute!
Don't walk pets on hot pavement that can blister paws
Always provide pets with plenty of water and shade
Don't forget, pets may need sunscreen, too
Beware of unknown grassy areas that may be covered in pesticide and/or fertilizer. Opt instead, for designated pet play areas.
Keep pets away from antifreeze which is highly poisonous
Dog ownership can actually improve the health
of their humans in some amazing ways.
Some of these might be obvious to you,
but others might be a bit surprising.
See WebMD for more details.