Our mission at Petland Eastgate 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!
It's estimated that Americans own around 70 million dogs.
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The first three months of your pup’s life would very much shape the rest of their personality and how they relate to their environment. Socializing your pup guarantees that you would end up with a confident and well-adjusted dog. Here are some ways to socialize your puppy: The Outdoors Introduction to new sights, sounds, and smells begins in the outdoors and then continues in the outdoors. Outdoors is where most of the adjustment happens. A multitude of new sensations would assault your pup’s senses and he may need to adjust gradually. Over time, familiarity would occur. The Dog Park Visiting …Read More
It’s springtime! The weather is warm and the outdoors is beautiful! This is definitely no time to stay indoors and Daisy definitely agrees. Now, before exploring the great outdoors for new scents and beautiful sights, it is important to ensure that your pet is protected. This article covers some tips to help. Vaccinations! You need to ensure that your pet is up to date on her yearly deworming and vaccinations. You can easily do this by reviewing the vaccine cards. If you’re not sure or they are still missing some, be sure to pay a visit to the vet. Plenty …Read More
Many people agree that their family dog growing up definitely impacted their lives in various ways. The benefits that accrue to growing up with puppies is definitely significant. So, what are some of these benefits? Friendship You could resonate more with ‘companionship’, but friendship does great justice. This is because more often than not, a child’s first friend is their dog. One that offers non-judgemental, full-blown adoration, and the child could do no wrong. Having a pup can teach kids how to treat a friend with respect. Empathy Kindness and empathy are traits that can be taught, and are even …Read More