Hi and welcome to Fairfield Petland, located in Fairfield Ohio, just north of Cincinnati. We are happy that you decided to visit our website to learn a little about us.
We are dedicated to ensuring that your visit to our store is second-to-none. We truly believe that Pets Make Life Better! Our Pet Counselors, Kennel Staff, and Management Team realize that pets are an integral part of the American family life and that they should have the best care possible. Our staff is committed to helping you select the best pet for your family, educating the family on animal husbandry and offering products that will help your pets live a healthy lifestyle while making your life easier as well. Our commitment and the ultimate goal is to serve you and your pet with outstanding professional timely courteous service.
Ashley(with the long orange hair)was great! She was very kind, patient, helpful, and informative! She definitely stood out as an employee !
I love the selection of animals available at the store, I can find animals that I’m not able to find anywhere else. However, it seems the animals are given just enough comfort until they are sold. For example, the ferrets have no toys, no litter pans, and their food is always packed down and they […]
Love this store !! Always come in to visit our Favorite pet Counselor Julie !! She is amazing and has been there forever !!! We have Purchased 3 puppieS here and wouldn’t go anywhere else !! We send all our family friends here !! Very clean , very knowledgeable !!
I come in every week to get crickets and cockroaches. Excellent service from the reptile guy there. The only thing I’m disappointed with is that they switched to corporate. Now corporate gets to decide which reptiles, amphibians, and insects they have in stock not the reptile people there. Their selection is few because of this. […]
Very informative, friendly, and attentive, they really do care for the animals, and even more important is the focus to match the right owner with the correct pet.
I have purchased 2 puppies from this Petland store, an English Mastiff and a French Bulldog. Both were very healthy and happy pups. I love them both so much. When I am in the market for another puppy in the future, I would not hesitate to purchase from Petland Fairfield. The staff is so knowledgeable, […]
We found the PERFECT puppy there. Its a nice, clean and friendly place.
I have 2 dogs from this store. Both are great healthy pets. We also have a Ball Python from them that is now 9 yrs old. We go there all the time to see what’s new 🙂
I bought a reasonably priced Ball Python from them around April of this year, I have had zero complications since I have brought her home, they also helped me with a stray Ferret I found around my home, I appreciate that the staff is always nice and easy to talk to.
Friendly service and a great selection. Its also one of the last places for snake and other reptile owners to get live rats
It's estimated that Americans own around 70 million dogs.
We are proud of our commitment to animal welfare and quality of our pets.
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Adding a dog to your family is a very fun and exciting part of life, however, does come with some challenges. Realistically, your pup is a part of your family and will be for many years. There are certainly many plusses to adding a fur-legged friend but there are also certain challenging aspects that come with this. Potty training, basic obedience and you being able to leave home for long periods of time while your pup is home alone are just a few. The key is finding a dog breed that best fits your family’s dynamics and routine. Certain dogs …Read More