The Good: A variety of gorgeous puppies, guinea pigs, rabbits, hamsters, mice, ferrets, fish, snakes and birds. If you are 21 and over, you can hold one of the puppies and even go into a half enclosed room to visit. Big selection of pet products.
The Not So Good: The animals are mostly asleep and don’t respond to you or your taps on the window which is kind of odd. We held 2 puppies that were tiny dogs that wouldn’t grow up to be much bigger and the cost to adopt one is $2,000 dollars! That is ridiculous especially when nearby animal shelters only charge $150 to $200 per dog. I feel like finding homes for these dogs aren’t the first priority because how many families can afford that much money?
There is financing which is a good thing however when I tried to apply they wanted my credit card number and I didn’t feel comfortable giving that so I didn’t finish the application.