Here at Petland, we are committed to the health, safety, and wellbeing of our employees, animals, and the general public.
We will remain open during this time with our normal business hours unless the recommendations set forth by the federal and state government should recommend otherwise.
HOWEVER, to comply with the standards set forth, we are asking that those individuals looking to just play with puppies to refrain at this time.
If you have an appointment or are looking to take a puppy to its fur-ever home, please see a pet counselor or manager, and we would be happy to assist you.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Petland Monroeville & Pittsburgh offers a wide variety of registerable and Adopt-A-Pet℠ companions just waiting to give you their unconditional love. Our trained pet counselors will make sure you have everything you need to help the new member of the family settle in.
At Petland, we look forward to serving the needs of your pet throughout its entire lifetime. Pet counselors are always available to answer questions and offer guidance.
Cool place, friendly staff!!
Just went to look at the animals. Very clean and a ton of equipment and animals.
Love going to play with the animals
My kids love being able to pet the dogs.
This petstore is great! There are so many pets you can buy! It has really good deals for pet food!
Cool pets and a very knowledgeable staff.
Staff always friendly… a dog returned to store with new owner to get supplies and the door was jumping in the arms of one employee, you could tell the dog missed her so much! It was nice to see that.
Quite alot of choices and they have live pets to look at and get familiar with
Friendly staff and the cutest puppies
Nice place and some friendly staff
It's estimated that Americans own around 70 million dogs.
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