Visiting a pet store is always a fun thing for me to do. Whether I go to the small pet shop in my neighborhood or the fancy one in the shopping complex located in the heart of the city, it is always a thrill to see what’s new with the lovable pets to buy, or even just to admire.
It is quite a number of times that I went to the pet store to check out and buy great pets that I can give as birthday presents to some of my friends. And it certainly is a grand time to visit the pet shop not only because I get to buy nice pets for friends, but I also get to check out some for myself. Particularly, I look for new tropical fish that might be great addition to my (already crowded) aquarium.
Pet stores affect my decision on buying animals. The local one in our vicinity is small, quite limited in space, but nonetheless is well-kept and organized. They have a corner for their birds, while most of the space is occupied by rows of gargantuan aquarium filled with all kinds of tropical fish. What I also love about our neighborhood pet shop is that it does not smell and is brightly lit. What’s more is the wide variety of fish that you can choose from.
However, of course if I am looking for a pet shop that has everything, from fish food, to dog shampoos and anti-tick powder, then I would have to make a trip to the pet store on the shopping complex. Most large shops contain everything that you might need for your pets. And most always have all kinds of pets that you can take home – varieties of dog breeds, cats, hamsters, tropical fish, turtles and so much more. The bigger pet shops are really more of a one-stop store.
For me, pet buying itself is a big event – whether having a new fish species for my aquarium or buying a dog for a friend or loved one. And of course, the giving of lovable pet animals affords me really great pleasure, as I truly enjoy seeing the smiles of the people receiving them.