Our Mission At Petland Lancaster 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 Lancaster, by promoting responsible puppy ownership and continuous staff training. At Petland Lancaster, 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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Roundworms are a parasite that can commonly affect house pets such as dogs and cats. There are two primary species of roundworms. The first is Toxocara Canis. This type of parasite can move around the body once they become mature. The second is Toxascaris Leonin. This type of parasite remains in the intestinal tract. Nevertheless, both of these types of roundworms do absorb the nutrients from your dog and need to be taken care of as soon as possible. Roundworms tend to look like long strands of thin spaghetti. These parasites commonly attach to the lining of your dog intestines. …Read More
We often associate our fur-legged friends being bit by ticks and fleas. These pesky creatures are known for their persistency and potential health risks. Ticks and fleas are parasitic insects that require hosts to complete their life cycle. In contrast, spiders, such as the Black Widow, are not parasitic, meaning that they do not require a dog or cat to live off of. Although many spiders would prefer to hide from other animals, there may be situations when this does not happen and a spider bite occurs. Generally, almost all spiders inject venom into their bites. For the majority of …Read More
Small living quarters does not mean having a dog is off limits. Generally speaking, larger dog breeds such as a German Shepherd or Husky do better with more spacious living areas, however, there are plenty of dogs that need less room to be comfortable. Seventeen percent of Americans live in an apartment or condominium style home and out of that percentage, approximately 70% of those individuals have a pet. They key is knowing which dog breed best adapts to a smaller living area. Where to Start The first item you want to consider if you want a dog and live …Read More