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Where you go to get your pet is just as important as what kind of pet you get.

So you've decided what pet is right for you--congratulations! But your work is not yet done. Where you go to get your pet is just as important as what kind of pet you get. Here are some suggestions on where to go - and where not to go - in your search for your perfect pet!

  • Pet Shop

    A pet shop is a place where dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, reptiles, rodents, fish, and other animals not born and raised on those premises are kept for the purpose of sale to the public. While many people are very satisfied with the pets they acquire from pet stores, critics of pet stores argue that there

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  • Animal Shelter

    Animal shelters, or what used to be known as pounds, are either governmental or private organizations that provide temporary homes for stray, surrendered, or abandoned pet animals. They most often house dogs and cats. The animal is kept at the shelter until it is reclaimed by the owner, adopted to a

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  • Breeder

    Buying from a reputable breeder gives you the opportunity to interact with the pets family, siblings, dam, also possibly the sire. You can, therefore, form a general impression of what the future holds for the pet you take home. A responsible breeder is a good source for a well-bred, healthy pet. The

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  • Rescue Agency

    Rescuing an animal is a wonderful option for some families. Animals find their way into rescue agencies for a variety of reasons. Some may have been accidentally lost or abandoned. Others may have been given up due to their owners' illness, death, or other change in circumstance. You may not be able

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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "This summer it became obvious that we needed to the large benign tumor on our 10-year-old miniature
    schnauzer Wolfgang's chest removed: it was nearly the
    size of a baseball! Because of Wolf's age and nervous
    temperament, we were extremely worried about the
    surgery. But Dr. Evans and his staff did a wonderful job:
    no complications, great follow-up care, and Wolfgang
    acts like a puppy again!
    Thank you, West Mountain Veterinary Hospital!"
    Joe and Deborah