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Healthier Pets. Happier People. Better World.

General Info
Visit your Baltimore, MD Petco Animal Supplies for all of your animal nutrition and grooming needs. Our mission is Healthier Pets. Happier People. Better World. Located at 6325 York Road, Petco focuses on nurturing the powerful relationship between people and pets. We do this by providing the products, services, advice and experiences that keep pets physically fit, mentally alert, socially engaged and emotionally happy. Petco provides a variety of nutritional needs for your pets as well as grooming, adoption, and training services. Visit your local Baltimore Petco Animal Supplies today.
Hours

Regular Hours

Services/Products
  • Cat Food
  • Cat Toys
  • Dog Food
  • Dog Grooming
  • Dog Training
  • Grooming
  • Kennels
  • Natural Products
  • Pet Food
  • Pet Supplies
Brands
Bil Jac, Eagle, Eukanuba, Friskies, Halo, Hbh, Hikari, Hill's, Iams, Kaytee Exact, Lafeber, Lm Animal Farms, Nutromax, Ocean Nutrition, Old Mother Hubbard, Pet Promise, Pro Plan, Proplan, Purina, Sensible Choice, Solid Gold, Tetr, wellness
Payment method
discover, visa, amex, master card, apple pay, debit, check
Categories
Pet Stores, Pet Food, Dog & Cat Furnishings & Supplies, Pet Grooming, Dog & Cat Grooming & Supplies, Aquariums & Aquarium Supplies
Other Information

Specialties: Marine Fish, Couches, Love Seats, Pocket Pets, Furnishings, Vermin, Exotic Animals, Puppy Sales, Dog Sales, Aquatics, Small Animals, Sofas

COUPONS & DEALS

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Overall

Last year I came in and bought two snakes. A king snake and a corn snake. I'm well versed in how to maintain reptiles, and snakes in particular. Within days both had died because they had infections and were so dehydrated that they couldn't lift their own weight.



Tonight, I go in for supplies -- the first time i've been back to that store since I bought my little snakes.



Dozens of dead fish in the tanks. Cloudy fish tanks.



The front display for the reptile section featured green iguanas. They tried to jam 6-7 of them in a tiny little 35-40 gallon tank. One of them was clearly dead. The rest were distressed.



A dead leopard gecko -- again they shoved as many as would fit in there.



Deplorable. I wish I could give them a 0 star rating.

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