Holiday Pet Safety Tips P.1

Decorations and Food, Food, Food Dr. Thomas Edling, DVM, MSpVM, MPH The holiday season here, and most pet parents will include their critter companions in the merriment. We want to help you make sure that your entire family stays safe as you get ready for the holidays.  To start, it is important to try to keep […]

Service Dogs for Veterans with PTSD

The Benefits of Service Dogs for Veterans with PTSD On Veterans Day we pay tribute to the men and women who have served our country through their brave and dedicated military service. Armistice Day, now recognized as Veterans Day in the United States, was first celebrated in 1919 after World War I. It was after […]

Tricks and Treats for your pet’s Halloween

Five simple tips and a fun recipe for a safe and healthy holiday for your pet A bumblebee, a pirate or a lion?  What will your pet be for Halloween? With anticipated retail sales of nearly $9 billion on costumes, candy and decorations, it’s clear that Halloween is one of Americans’ favorite holidays. And it’s […]

The Importance of Pets in the Classroom

Teaching empathy and compassion for animals at an early age not only helps animals but also lessens the likelihood that children will be cruel to other children. Studies also show that helping care for a pet at a young age helps encourage nurturing, build self-esteem and teach responsibility. During the past decade it has been […]

Helping Animals Impacted by Natural Disasters

When a natural disaster strikes, help comes from national, regional and local organizations who work together to provide needed supplies and food, find temporary shelter for lost animals, work to reunite pets with their owners and host adoption events for abandoned and homeless animals. The majority of Petland customers prefer donating to local animal service […]

Busting Myths of Dog Overpopulation

For decades, overpopulation was the number one risk factor for dogs in the United States. Euthanasia of homeless and stray dogs was a chronic and pervasive problem in every region of the country with over 10 million dogs being euthanized annually during the 1970s. Thankfully, today we see a much improved situation for dogs in […]

Red Bank, New Jersey, Rejects A Retail Pet Store Ban

Ed Sayres, Director of Animal Welfare Education, Petland Inc. Last month, the Red Bank Borough Council voted unanimously to table a proposed ordinance to ban the sale of commercially bred puppies in local pet stores. As one Council member summarized – we don’t want to put a pet store out of business we want to […]

Petland Hosts Breeder Tour, Conference for Consulting Veterinarians

Petland Inc. recently hosted a conference and breeder tour for Petland consulting veterinarians around the country. More than 100 people were in attendance for the two-day event in Indianapolis. “It was very productive to get store consulting veterinarians from around the country in one room to talk about what Petland does and to take them to […]

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Why Choose Safari Stan's Pet Center

Pet stores like ours are the safest place to buy a puppy. We comply with all local, state, and federal regulations. Additionally, we have set standards for our stores that go above and beyond government and industry standards.

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Myth vs Fact

We're working to end cruelty and substandard care. We share in the concern of communities and have a common objective to put puppy mills out of business. That’s why we’re continually working to push for the highest standards of care at our breeder facilities and in our own facilities. Get the facts.

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Safari Stan's Pet Center Gives Back to Communities through

Learn how Safari Stan's Pet Center is giving back to local shelters and K9 units through a partnership with Petland.

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