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Alexis Bragg

September 13, 2017

This pet land is spacious, and clean. They have birds, snakes, lizards, tarantulas, turtles, guinea pigs, hamsters, rabbits, ferrits, and fish. The dog enclosures are clean and sealed off. You can even view the puppies in enclosures to see if you want to adopt them. The birds, ferrits, guinea pigs, hamsters, and rabbit enclosures are all the same style. They are open top so you can get the animals out to view them. The fish and reptile display are both similar and are both enclosed tanks. There is a above ground koi pond that the kids can view from above. The cats enclosures are just like the dog enclosures as well. Over all this pet land is great

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