Petland’s Expansion Continues with Opening in Knoxville

June 8, 2017

Petland is pleased to announce its continued expansion with the recent opening of the Petland store in Knoxville, Tennessee. The pet counseling team opened the doors to customers on Saturday, April 1 on Kingston Pike.

The opening in Knoxville is part of Petland’s strategic five-year plan for domestic store growth. Additional locations are in development.

Petland carries a wide range of pets – adoptable mixed breeds and registerable puppies and kittens, fish, birds and small animals. In addition to hundreds of finned, furry and feathered friends, the store also will offer upwards of 3,000 pet supplies, all designed to enhance the health and comfort of each pet and to maximize the quality of the relationship between the pets and their owners.

Now that the store has been open for a few weeks, franchisee Greg Bearden is eager to work with local animal shelters, pet rescue groups and members of the local community to find homes for homeless pets via the Adopt-A-Pet program at his store in Knoxville. Petland cares for and helps to place homeless pets from local animal shelters and pet rescue organizations as well as families in the community, who may have accidental litters. Since 1998, stores nationwide have collectively placed more than 350,000 abandoned or unwanted pets through their Adopt-A-Pet program. Any rescue or shelter interested in partnering with Petland can contact the store at 865-766-2889.

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