Petland Dunwoody is a local family-owned and operated pet store that has been operating since 2000 in Dunwoody, GA. With a state of the art location providing you and your family with a fun and a hands-on approach to learning about pets and their required needs. We invite you to visit our state-of-the-art store and enjoy our pets! We have puppies, kittens, reptiles, birds, small animals, betta fish, and other pets for you to experience.
Excellent experience, 1st time being to a pet store, everyone was very nice, very clean, smelt nice, Jackson was very informative, very helpful, patient and nice.
I had a really awesome time Kendra was very nice knew a lot about dogs and let us know a ton of information to help with having a new puppy.
Wonderful experience, Teresa and Greg were both super helpful and friendly, just overall so kind.
It was very good they were very knowledgeable and the service was great!
“Puppy is doing great, going Mon. 9am to the AHUG Excellent experience, Greg was very friendly, and helpful.”
Brooke was absolutely wonderful she helped us out a ton and made our visit the best it could ever be.
robotic like voice, tried calling again same thing, bad connection.
Really good experience everyone was very helpful, the owner was very friendly and informative.
Very good experience at the store, Manager and new girl were so sweet and helpful.
It's estimated that Americans own around 70 million dogs.
We are proud of our commitment to animal welfare and quality of our pets.
There are many options for adding a puppy to your family.Learn More
We love spoiling our pups and throwing them a small treat here and there but some foods should never be shared with your pup. The reason being is that dogs and humans metabolize foods differently which is why some foods are safe for humans to eat but may be toxic and potentially deadly for dogs. Figuring out which foods are safe versus unsafe can be confusing. Below is a list of five very common foods that are safe for your dog and five very common foods that are not safe for your dog. Foods Dogs Can Safely Eat Carrots: Both …Read More
When we think of a working dog, we may envision a dog in the 1800s pulling a cart or herding sheep. Images of a Dalmatian sitting in the back of a firetruck may also cross our minds. Below are some of the more common yet impressive jobs our pups do to keep us safe. Most Common Types of Jobs Police Dogs / K9 Units: For generations, man’s best friend was sworn to protect and serve. Police dogs, also known as K9 units, do just that. A typical day in the shoes of a police dog consists of detecting the scents …Read More
Our pups’ desire for mental stimulation is just as strong as it is for physical stimulation. For many dog owners, our 9:00 — 5:00 job prevents us from spending forty-plus hours a week with our pup. Over the course of one year, that’s over 2,000 hours. Imagine being home alone with no one to talk to or interact with for that long? That is not even taking into consideration the hundreds of other hours we are away from home for other responsibilities. A solution that millions of American dog owners found to help keep their fur-legged friends happy is doggy …Read More