This is the place to go if you are looking for non commercial pet food products. If you want Friskies, Purina, or such, there’s a PetSmart located 1 block away. If you want to splurge and get your pet quality food, that you can’t find at a commercial pet store, come here.
A few months ago, I was introduced to the pet food, Honest Kitchen. Lulu really enjoyed the product, so I purchased a box. The food is considered “human grade” (although I personally wouldn’t eat it) and is made of dehydrated meats and vegetables. Commercial pet stores do not carry this product, but Anaheim Pet and Feed did, and I also had a $5 coupon to use. Upon walking in, the store is set up “warehouse style” and you will find aisles of pet food of all kinds. They also have a huge selection of pet accessories like collars, leashes, toys and clothes.
As stated earlier, this store carries items you won’t typically find in a commercial pet store. I came across items which I wasn’t sure if it was for my pet, or for human consumption. Some of the canned goods looked like they could be sold at a grocery store.. for us!
I was also glad to see they sold pet treats which were not made in China. The pet treats that are made in China has been in the news to cause death or illness in pets, so I’ve been trying to avoid products that are associated with China. Sadly, PetSmart, Petco, Walmart, Target and commercial places like that do not bother to weed out the Chinese treats, and continue to sell them.
Unfortunate for me, as the saying goes, you get what you pay for. I ended up purchasing a box of the Love by Honest Kitchen, 1 beef jerky treat, 1- 44oz of chicken and biscuit treats, and 1 box of sweet potato cookies, which cost me $85 with the $5 discount. Ouch.
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