Welcome to our new blog! We’re excited about the possibilities!

May 31, 2007 at 10:55 pm 2 comments

It’s hard to believe that City Pets and Ponds has now been here in Westport for a year!

We’re thankful you’ve been a part of it – and we’re determined to make year two bigger and better! This blog is the first part of that. We took a look at static websites, and decided we needed something dynamic and ever-changing. A place where we could post the pictures of the new Puggle that’s cracking us up! Pictures of YOUR favorite animals. Or post discussions about what to do now that summer is upon us – can we take the dog on vacation? What will we do about the cats? Is there a local dog-walker we’d recommend? So pay attention – and give us your thoughts and feedback!

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Customer Appreciation Weekend!

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  • 1. Randy Netz  |  May 31, 2007 at 11:17 pm

    Congratulations on your first anniversary. If it weren’t for you, we wouldn’t have Hazel … and we’d miss all the squawking and fuss making and bird food tossing if she weren’t around. If only we had Skippy too. Poor Skippy. I miss that incredible little puppy.

  • 2. Darin Criner  |  March 27, 2008 at 5:59 pm

    Hey guys just wanted again to thank you for our Mexican Red Knee we got last week. “Blaze” is doing great and getting used to her new home and has been very active. She’s awesome! See you soon. Darin


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City Pets and Ponds
4029 Mill Street
Kansas City, MO 64111

Phone: (816) 561-7387
Fax: (816) 561-2323

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday : 10am - 7pm
Saturday : 10am - 6pm
Sunday : 12pm - 4pm

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Now at City Pets: Dubia roaches. These are a great alternative to crickets or worms as a protein source for reptiles. We have assorted sizes and they are 50¢ each or 12/$5.00 Fire bellied toads in this week too. Got some great looking lionhead goldfish in too. These little guys are called American or Florida flag fish.  It is in the killifish family and loves to eat hair algae.

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