Petland is open during the COVID-19 pandemic and ready to serve you and your pet’s needs.
Our Mission Is To Match The Right Pet With The Right Customer And Meet The Needs Of Both. For Our Customers Who Already Have Pets, We Are Dedicated To Enhancing Their Knowledge And Enjoyment Of The Human-Animal Bond. We put the health and well being of puppies first at Petland Fort Myers, by promoting responsible puppy ownership and continuous staff training. At Petland, we place puppies for sale in loving homes. Take home a Petland Fort Myers puppy today!
My favorite store!! I love this place and their pets! 🙂
Great Customer Service and Knowledgable staff. Its hard now days to find a store that has employees who care about customer service. This store goes beyond that and is extremely polite and helpful. Nice Job Petland of Fort Myers
I purchased a puppy from Petland 9 months ago. She is healthy, happy loving pup and I am very happy with her. She had no major health issues and is true to form for her breed (pomeranian). The staff is helpful, polite and knowledgeable. Lately, puppymills have really been in the spotlight but these puppies […]
This store is great. I bought a $900 puppy from them. Not only did I get an incredibly beutiful puppy. But I also got a free vet visit. a 21 day health warranty. GREAT PURCHASE
I have purchased 2 pets from Petland in Ft. Myers & could not be more satisfied! I was pleasantly surprised by the detail to cleanliness & education of their staff. This store is WONDERFUL!! I highly recommend this store to anyone.
Allen, the fish guy, really knows his stuff.
i got my german sheperd there and they were so nice and when i got to the register they were so nice they complemented my choice of dog.and she evan gave me some advice on the breed and she evan gave me some doggie treats.i had the most amzing time that my parents thought about […]
I bought a dog here 4 months ago and despite being reprimanded by my neighbors because of the puppy mill thing which I had never heard of, I found it to be a pleasant experience. At first I thought I had been ripped of, just because my daughter fell in love with the dog I […]
I bought a yorkie terrier here in June 2013. The customer service was excellent. She is nearly two years old healthy and Happy! Thanks
I spent 3 hours around Fort Myers puppy stores, and this was by far the best experience i had. Jason (the person who helped me) was very nice, and helped me to choose a puppy for me and my family. he also gave me a lot of help on getting everything i needed for this […]
It's estimated that Americans own around 70 million dogs.
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