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    Pet Shops in Texas City

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    Business Listing   Dirty DAWG Grooming - Texas City, TX - Phone: (409) 945-0171

    Business Listing   Faithful Friends - Texas City, TX - Phone: (409) 948-0288

    Business Listing   Jackie's Dog Grooming - Texas City, TX - Phone: (409) 945-4292

    Business Listing   Jungle Jim's - Texas City, TX - Phone: (409) 986-6419

    Business Listing   Pets Too LUV - Texas City, TX - Phone: (409) 948-4441

    Business Listing   Solid Gold In Texas - Texas City, TX - Phone: (409) 943-5842

    Business Listing   Texas City Feed Dealers & Supply - Texas City, TX - Phone: (409) 945-7731

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    Helpful Definition for: Pet Shops

    A pet store may sell live animals, or it may sell items related to pet animals. Some pet shops in Texas City sell only one kind of animal or products related to it, while some shops may sell different varieties of animals. If the store is adequately staffed, the pet shop owner may just come in to check inventory, order supplies as needed, check the live animals to be sure the employees are feeding them well, and do various employee reviews.

    A pet shop owner in Texas City may have to make calls to breeders to see if there are more puppies or kittens that can be bought for resale, must also make appointments to have the animals vetted in Texas City hospitals to be sure the animal is truly healthy to be sold.

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