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We are Kansas' local pet store that has been operating for over 20 years in Blue Springs, Missouri. With a state of the art location providing you and your family with a fun and a hands on approach to learning about pets and their required needs. We have built our reputation – since 1967 – helping thousands of families adopt new pets into their homes. We are committed to making your new relationship with your pet the best that it can be. We are proud of our Pet Counselors, they receive periodic training, and they love what they do. It is this aspect as well as product quality, selection and a real love of animals that gives Petland it’s reputation. Every year thousands of unplanned and unwanted puppies and kittens are born. We recommend having your pet spayed or neutered. Ask for our free brochure on this important subject.

11803 South, MO-7, Blue Springs, MO 64014

Sours: https://petlandbluesprings.com/

Perfect Pets

 Perfect Pets is an independent, family owned and operated pet store. We are not affiliated with any other store or franchise in the Denver or surrounding area. This store was purchased on July 15, 1993 by Jens Larsen. We are a full-line, high-quality pet and pet supply store. Our specialty is puppies; we carry toy breeds to giant breeds and both purebred and mixed puppies. We offer pets and pet supplies in: Puppy & Dog, Kitten & Cat, Small Animal, Reptile, Bird and Fish. We feed and carry NutriSource premium dog and cat food products and also carry Eukanuba and Iams. We also have an extensive variety of dog clothing and quality dog supplies for all sizes of dogs, from teacup to giant breeds.

We are the leader in the Denver area for puppy quality and sales. All puppies are vet checked prior to their arrival and we deal exclusively with U.S.D.A. certified and licensed breeders. The puppies sold from our store come with an unsurpassed health guarantee. Every puppy is up to date on their vaccinations and dewormings. We also provide you with a free vet exam at one of four vet clinics in the area, a one year congenital and hereditary guarantee, six month distemper and hepatitis guarantee. We do this for the animals because we love them too!!! The store owner’s cell number is provided with every puppy and kitten purchase right on the sales contract. We are a member of the Better Business Bureau and have maintained an A rating since joining them in 2003! Please come by and check us out to see all the exciting and lovable pets we have to offer for you and your family!

Sours: http://perfectpetsdenver.com/
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CINCINNATI — Dawn Lewis and her family still miss Cash, the dog she had put to sleep in 2007 after it attacked her son and left him with scars on his face and ear.

She wonders now whether the Akita’s behavior was a result of puppy-mill breeding by Petland Inc., which sold her the dog in 2006.

Pet owners nationwide are suing the chain in federal court, questioning their pets’ medical and behavioral problems and accusing the Ohio-based company of selling dogs bred in filthy conditions.

The lawsuit filed this week against Petland, the Hunte Corp. and other unnamed suppliers claims the companies misled thousands of customers into thinking the puppies came from the finest breeders when they really came from puppy mills and brokers. Petland and Hunte have denied the claims.

“This scheme to conceal the origin of these puppy-mill puppies from consumers has left thousands of families in its wake suffering from emotional turmoil and significant monetary losses,” says the lawsuit filed by six Petland customers — including members of The Humane Society of the United States.

“The claims that we conspired to sell sick puppies to consumers are baseless,” Hunte president Steven Rook said Friday. “We only deal with licensed breeders, regulated and inspected by the USDA, and we require that they follow a strict regime. Everything is designed and managed for the health of the puppy.”

Lawyers have asked a judge to certify the case as a class action, meaning others could join it and share any monetary award.

Stephanie Booth, of Flagstaff, Ariz., got her bloodhound Tucker from a Petland store in 2007. She said she thought a lump on his head came from roughhousing with another puppy, but Tucker was diagnosed a few months later with a brain tumor and had to be put to sleep.

Petland, which has 131 U.S. stores, has said it is outraged and disappointed by what it calls false accusations. The company has not been charged with any crimes.

High volume

Puppy mills are high-volume breeding kennels that animal-protection groups say harm the animals and lead to sick puppies being sold.

The Humane Society and other animal-welfare groups want to outlaw puppy mills. They say legislation is pending in 27 states to restrict puppy mills and protect consumers who buy puppies that are later diagnosed with health or genetic defects.

Louisiana, Pennsylvania and Virginia have already cracked down.

Sours: https://www.denverpost.com/2009/03/20/bereft-owners-sue-petland-chain/
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Secret video of sick puppy 'waiting to die' points to larger problem with Petland, nonprofit says

LAS VEGAS — There's nothing like a puppy to brighten someone's day. And while a new furry best friend is a popular holiday gift, there's a word of caution about the hidden risk of getting a puppy from a pet store.

Questions are being raised after the Humane Society released undercover video they shot at the Petland store near Summerlin, Nevada. The Humane Society had members of their organization get jobs there and at a store in Kennesaw, Georgia to document conditions they've been trying to expose for years.

The video was shot in November at Petland in the Boca Park shopping center. The Humane Society claims the store is just waiting for the Maltese puppy in the video to die, and that people need to know the truth about those doggies in the window.

"Since 2006, we received over 1,200 complaints from consumers who have purchased sick and sometimes dying puppies from Petland," says Humane Society Western Region Director Heather Carpenter.

The animal welfare organization offers this video as proof that there's a problem when pets are sold for profit. But Boca Park Petland store owner Jeff Fausett says not so fast.

"My reaction is it's a total fabrication of the events," Fausett says.

He says the Humane Society is trying to make it look like Petland was warehousing a dog until it died.

"That's never happened here. That's not what we're about," he says.

There are a few simple facts he wants to make clear.

"This was not a dog that, one, was in our kennel for weeks," Fausett says. "It was at the vet for weeks. It had a birth defect and it went back. It wasn't going to die."

According to Fausett, after Petland sent the puppy out for medical care due to a respiratory infection, the veterinarian discovered the dog's air passage was too narrow.

Fausett says he would never sell a puppy with that condition and surgery would cost several thousand dollars. So he sent the dog back to the breeder.

"He re-homes those dogs when he gets them. He doesn't destroy them," Fausett explains. "So whether we re-home it or he re-homes, it is academic."

Click here for statement provided by the Boca Park Petland store.

So what about the thousands of other complaints the Humane Society points to at Petland locations across the country?

" We sell 1,600 puppies a year," Fausett says. "And very few of those — maybe 1 or 2 percent — have illnesses and have mortality, which is even lower than that."

Las Vegas Animal Control investigated the Maltese puppy on November 19. Their report states "no violations observed regarding failure to provide medical" attention but Las Vegas Metro Police say their animal cruelty unit does have an open investigation regarding that puppy.

Veterinary experts say far too many pet store puppies get sick because they often come from puppy mills, large commercial breeders concentrated in the midwest that are infamous for inhumane conditions.

Industry medical professionals say illness spreads when puppies are transported from the breeders. And even if a vet clears a dog when it arrives, many conditions are still incubating so symptoms may not show up for days or even weeks.

"If they can't find their new best friend at the shelter or with one of the rescue groups ... do their research to find a responsible breeder," Carpenter says. "And part of that would be knowing where the puppy came from, where it was born and raised."

For any dog or cat purchased from a pet store, before the sale is complete, Nevada law requires the store to disclose the name and address of the breeder and any other dealer who may be involved. Click here for more information.

Read the Humane Society's full report below.

Sours: https://www.kivitv.com/news/national/petland-humane-society-sick-puppy-secret-video

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