Puppy Action!

June 6, 2008 at 4:02 pm

The most exciting time for anyone at City Pets is when a puppy gets a new home. :) We love our puppies very much and we take amazing care of them, but when a person falls in love with that special one and gets to take him or her home, it is so rewarding! I am always so happy to see someone fall in love with one of my pups. :)

Just like these folks!

Chin-mania! Look at this! These wonderful people gave a GREAT home to our two Japanese Chin brothers. We enjoyed these brothers for far too long and I am SO happy that they found a home together! They were the only two in their litter, stayed together with us at City Pets, and found a permanent home together with the same family… I am so happy for them!

And this little Poodley guy wasn’t here for very long! This black-and-tan Poodle and his apricot-colored sister came in just a week ago! This boy has found a wonderful, loving home and I can’t wait ’til he comes back to visit. Such a sweet dog!

And we have three beautiful Mini Dachshunds… Well, make that two! Indiana, the piebald brother, has found a great home! We are so happy to send such a great pup to such a wonderful new home. :) I can’t wait to hear how much fun he’s having!

Don’t forget there are still plenty of cute puppies to visit at City Pets. Come by today!

~Sara

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Kansas City, MO 64111

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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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