Petland Iowa City is a local pet store that has been operating for over 8 years in Iowa City, Iowa. 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 have built our reputation – since 1967 – helping thousands of families find puppies for adoption into their homes. We are committed to making your new relationship with your pet the best that it can be.
I have a 3 year old Min-Pin named butch. He’s my little baby. He is always making me smile. Min-Pins are a lot of work and need lots of attention (potty breaks) , however it’s worth it if you have the time.
I own an Australian Sheppard named Bella that is one year old and a mutt that is 4.5 years old. My dogs give me a reason to hang around outside, play at the part and wrestle in the house. Both happily follow me around and are quick to help with any spills or dropped food!
I have a yorkie named Paisley and he is almost 1 year old! I love him to death and he makes my life better because I got him after getting out of the hospital a few times and he always puts a smile on my face and keeps my going during the hard times 🙂
Cooper – Puggle Cooper is a great dog and wonderful to have around. I love coming home to him and he has brought excitement to my life.
Arthur – Boston Terrier Purchased at Petland 6 years ago I cannot say enough good about hwo wonderful my handsome ‘man’ is. He has always been healthy has a wonderful personality and displays nothing but positive traits. Thank you Petland!
My albino flop-eared bunny is the love of my life. He’s not the brightest crayon in the box but all he wants is to make me happy!
Three and a half years ago our family visited the Petland in Iowa City. We had just lost our yellow lab the past fall to illness and were not looking for another. But a little dog who we call Teddy touched our hearts and convinced me to take him home. He has become an integral […]
We have a male pug. 2 years old. His name is Mator. He’s very nice and likes to paly outside. We got him here at Petland when he was 16 weeks old. He likes to give you kisses when you are sad. Loves belly rubs.
Buster – boston Terrier He’s always happy to see us. He greets us at the door with a tennis ball in his mouth. He balances the tennis ball on his nose. He is a great Dog!
I bought Ducky Delilah, a black and tan mini dachshund last July as a companion for my 10 year old lab. they got along great! besides cuddling all day Ducky has kept our lab youthful despite her gaining years. although ducky has a bit of a naughty streak we love her tremendously!
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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