Kittens and puppies
Commonly in pet stores are larger mammals such as dogs and cats. In part, selling these animals have become less popular in stores because many pet stores have received bad press for inappropriate care of puppies and kittens, which need socialization and are vulnerable to illnesses, and for their purchasing the animals from puppy mills. Some shops that carry puppies and kittens charge higher prices for them the same animal from a breeder, but some stores provide valuable services or guarantees not available from a private seller. Consumers should be sure to ask about the level of care provided while an animal is in a pet stores care and then determine whether they think that level of care is adequate and responsible. There are many smaller, privately owned pet stores that carry puppies and kittens and maintain a superb level of care and get animals from small, private breeders. As a result, it is cheaper and more humane to acquire dogs and cats from animal shelters, private breeders, or rescue groups than from pet stores.
The is also any type o exotic pets that can we get from pet shop or pet store. Exotic pets like sugar gliders, large snakes and large parrots are available at some pet shops. Because the care of these types of animals is difficult and expensive, usually only stores that specialize in exotic animals carry them as regular stock.
Monday, September 24
Kittens and puppies
Labels: pet store
Tuesday, August 1
Actually pet store @ pet shop is a store at which one can purchase supplies for pets. Many pet stores also stock certain varieties of animals. Pet shops commonly carry fish for home aquariums, small birds such as parakeets, small mammals such as fancy rats and hamsters, and small reptiles such as lizards and snakes. Mice, small goldfish, and other animals that serve to be live food (called feeders) for reptiles and fish are also usually sold.