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Tuesday, March 03 2015 @ 03:05 AM PST

Welcome!

 

Pet's Delight is a full-service pet store, specializing in finding your perfect match in a pet. We have many types of pets to choose from, including puppies and kittens, rodents, reptiles, birds, and a limited amount of fish and supplies. We even have a rescue program, where we work with several local rescue agencies, helping to place homeless dogs and cats in their forever homes!

 

Our store has a level of knowledge and dedication that sets Pet's Delight apart from all other pet stores in these and surrounding communities. Most importantly Pet's Delight takes pride in being able to provide the largest selection of available pets you are likely to find in one location. Add to this a complete line of foods, supplements, toys, furniture, apparel, along with other "critters" and you have a top-notch, service oriented establishment ready to cater to you and your pet needs.

 

 

 

 

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Stray Dog Who Raced 430 Miles to a Better Home

Arthur latched on to an extreme sports team during Amazon race - and what happened next will melt the hardest heart.

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The Shocking Truth About Dogs and Garlic

Image credit: Donovan Govan/Wikimedia Commons

Surprising news about dogs and garlic – what you need to know

 

 

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Scents and Sensitivity: Dogs Know When We're Happy or Angry

Image credit University of Veterinary Medicine

Science is proving what pet owners have long believed: Dogs understand what we're feeling. Specifically, dogs can recognize the difference between a happy and an angry human face, a study published Thursday in Current Biology suggests.

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Dancin' Birds

This is a great video of dancing birds.

 

 

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Seattle dog's rush hour ride: on the bus, by herself, weekly

SEATTLE -- Public transit in Seattle has gone to the dogs.

Commuters in Belltown report seeing a Black Labrador riding the bus alone in recent weeks. The 2-year old has been spotted roaming the aisles, hopping onto seats next to strangers, and even doing her part to clean the bus -- by licking her surroundings.

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MERRY CHISTMAS

 

 

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DUCK THAT BELIEVES IT'S A DOG.

 

 

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SKYLOS(FORMERLY ROMEO)

Hello Petsdelight!

My name was Romeo and I was living at Pets Delight for quit sometime. On October 2013, my life changed after my mommy Angela and Daddy Hercules adopted me. Since then, I overcame many fears and still working on a few areas. I broke out of wanting to be inside my crate all the time, I don't pee of fear when my parents get close to me and I'm learning to be 100% comfortable around them. My parents are the BEST! They have loved me since day 1 and continue giving me so much love! I now celebrate when they get home, I love joining them on the couch, I walk with confidence, eat all my food while they are awake and I sneak on their bed and sleep in-between them. Thank you Pets Delight! I pray that all my little friends get the best and funnest parents soon!

Love,
Skylos (formerly Romeo)

 

 

 

 

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Can I Have A Pet Fox?

Do a YouTube search for pretty much any smallish animal you can think of and there'll be several videos of a "tame" or "pet" version. Any feline, any canid, any mustelid (weasel), any procyonid (raccoon), any non-bonkers primate (baboons, which are completely terrifying, are exempt). Look at my pet kinkajou, my pet genet, my pet fennec fox, my pet ocelot. And then on the videos of cute furry animals in the wild, you'll see the comments: "omg i want it." When the internet sees a video of a red panda, the internet wants a red panda. Even though a red panda is endangered and a wild animal.

 

In 1959, a Soviet geneticist named Dmitry K. Belyaev began somewhat secretively experimenting with breeding domesticated foxes. More than five decades, thousands of foxes, and one collapse of the Soviet Union later, the program continues at The Institute of Cytology and Genetics at Novosibirsk, Siberia. Belyaev wanted to unlock the secrets of domestication, the links between behavior and breeding and physical traits, but plenty of non-scientists are aware of the project for a different reason: foxes are adorable, and we want to hug them, and we want them to like it.

 

But domesticated foxes, which can only be found at that Siberian facility, are not horrible pets. They're a little unconventional, and they require a little bit of extra attention, but if you want a pet fox, you can have a pet fox. All you need is $8,000 and the approval of Kay Fedewa, the exclusive importer of domesticated foxes in the US.

 

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DRIVIN' DOGS

 

 

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