Petland Columbus opened its doors on November 5th 2005. Petland Columbus is a state of the art 4800 square foot pet store located on Whitesville Rd. in the Landings Shopping Center. Petland Columbus has the highest quality and largest selection of Pure Bred Puppies, Small Animals, Birds, Reptiles, Fresh and Saltwater fish in the valley area, along with a tremendous inventory of the best quality pet foods and pet products. Petland Columbus has a staff of knowledgeable pet counselors to assist you with choosing the right pet for you and your family.
Wonderful staff thank you with helping us get our baby we love our little English bulldog Truck
We wanted to take a minute and give a huge thank you to Key at the Columbus GA location for all his help, knowledge, and guidance in helping us select our pup. We were sure cost about the pup we were bringing in and it was a process that took us some time to find […]
I can’t say enough about the staff. They are truly INCREDIBLE!! They obviously take pride in the care of their animals. They answered all my questions honestly and politely.
Awesome Cute bunnies
staff friendly and was very helpful
I loved the place the staff were very nice and very helpful
Love this place… sweet people that make conversation with you, and take a lot more care of their animals than pet smart
Love the pets
I have bought three puppies from Petland Columbus. All have been healthy, adjusted well, and are a joy to own. I highly recommend them.
Amazing. Just amazing.
It's estimated that Americans own around 70 million dogs.
We are proud of our commitment to animal welfare and quality of our pets.
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Just like people, pups can experience weight issues which can result in health issues. Although each dog’s weight will increase or decrease over time, every breed has an average weight. Although some medical issues can cause weight increase, one of the main culprits is more calories going into your pup than going out. Over the course of a few months this can lead to your pup being overweight. Obesity in dogs is a real issue and can be detrimental to their health and well-being. Studies show that more than one half of dogs living in the United States are overweight. …Read More
Big news in the dog world! The American Kennel Club announced that they are recognizing two new breeds of dogs. The Mudi and the Russian Toy. This was first announced a few months ago and we have some information about it. With this status, both of these breeds of dogs will now be able to compete in AKC-sanctioned events, such as the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Although these pups are new to the AKC, they have been around for a longtime and have a proven record of being great dogs. Both have very good personalities and warm and approachable …Read More
Many of the cancers that affect humans can also affect their dogs. Our pups can develop tumors internally or can develop them on their skin and in their mouths. One such cancer, Melanoma, can occur on the skin or inside of your dog’s mouth. While the skin version of Melanoma can be relatively benign, the oral form is much more serious. What is Melanoma in dogs? Cells calledmelanocytes are designed to produce pigment colors of the skin. As diseased melanocytes grow, they form tumors. This is caused by a combination of environmental and hereditary factors. Skin that is overexposed to …Read More