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Knowledge & Support
When you adopt a friend at Gardel, you don’t just have our thanks, but our complete support as well. We will ensure that you have all the knowledge to take proper care of your new friend, because we want both of you to be happy! We are always available to offer advice or support when you need it, and your pets are always welcome in our store.
Gardel is proud to offer the most exotic selection of pets in the area, ranging from dogs and cats to rabbits, degus, chinchillas, ferrets, guinea pigs, hedgehogs, frogs, canaries, finches, budgies, lovebirds, and a multitude of reptiles, amphibians, spiders, and fish. With animals being adopted every day, our selection frequently changes; but if we don’t have what you’re looking for when you stop by, we can order in virtually any pet for you.
Whether you’re looking for a specific breed or for a rescue pet that needs a home, we often have dogs, cats and rabbits available for adoption. Contact or visit us to see what we have in store, or if you’re looking for something in particular, give us a call and we may be able to help. *Please note that we microchip all cats and kittens during the spaying/neutering process when we take them in for veterinary care*
Looking for a not-so-ordinary pet? We’re proud to offer a large selection of unique and exotic small animals. If you’re interested in a small animals but you’re not sure if their personality or care requirements are right for you, visit our store and one of our team members will happily provide more information.
- Dwarf hamsters
- Guinea pigs
Reptiles & Amphibians
Are you looking for a pet that is fascinating to watch and maybe a bit exotic? While owning a lizard is definitely not for everyone, there are some great benefits to having a pet reptile. They’re quiet, hypo-allergenic, require little training compared to free-roaming cats and dogs, and designing a beautiful terrarium for them to live in can be a fun pastime.
- Bearded dragons