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Petland Tulsa & Oklahoma City are retail pet industry leaders in animal care. For over 50 years, Petland has advanced by developing state-of-the-art standards for its retail pet store. We are part of a larger movement in the animal care world advocating for higher standards of care.

Where does Petland Tulsa & Oklahoma City get their puppies?

You may have heard the term “puppy mill” at one time or another in association with pet stores. Unfortunately, most are unsure of the difference between a “puppy mill” and a regulated professional breeder. 

A regulated professional breeder is licensed and inspected by the federal government and must follow specific guidelines as it relates to care, nutrition, exercise, and housing, to name just a few. They are subject to unannounced inspections by the USDA.

A “puppy mill” is not regulated or inspected by the federal government. In fact, it has NO oversight whatsoever. These are the facilities you often see in the animal welfare ads on TV soliciting donations.

Petland Tulsa & Oklahoma City do not buy from “puppy mills.” We buy from the top USDA-regulated licensed and inspected breeders in the U.S. with no violations on their last two years’ inspection reports. Additionally, our store has a state-of-the-art kennel operated under the direction of our consulting veterinarian. The stores are visited once a week by our veterinarian to examine and oversee the health of our puppies and kittens.

We’d like to introduce ourselves, show you our store and take you to see one of our breeders. Please click on the video below.

Learn more about some of Petland Tulsa & Oklahoma City’s Breeders Through Our Petland Docuseries

EPISODE 1: Where do Petland Puppies come from?

EPISODE 2: A day in the life of a Petland breeder.

Episode 3: Life At Petland

Please check back periodically for more episodes.

Why choose Petland Tulsa & Oklahoma City?

We are a responsible choice!

  • Petland is a responsible choice to buy a puppy. Not only do we comply with all local, state, and federal regulations including the USDA’s Animal Welfare Act, but we also go above and beyond such requirements.
  • We provide a happy, healthy environment for our pets before they go home. Petland uses spacious kennels maintained according to standards set by licensed professional veterinarians.
  • All of our puppies are examined by a veterinarian. 
  • All of our puppy health records are available upon request. 
  • All of our puppies are current on vaccinations & de-worming protocols.
  • A Free Vet Visit $60 Value!
  • Up-To-Date on Veterinarian Care (Seen by at least 2 and usually 3 different veterinarians) $180 Value!
  • Up-to-Date on Puppy Vaccinations (as of purchase date) $160 Value!
  • Daily Health Records While in Our Care $50 Value!
  • Puppy Binder $100 Value!
  • 20% off Spay or Neuter
  • Vet Services Discounts for Life $1,000
  • Lifetime Access to GoodDog!SM Helpline  $50 Value!
  • Microchipping for Lifetime Identification $60 Value!
  • Free Spay or Neuter (certain restrictions apply) $300 Value!
  • AKC ReuniteSM $120 Value!
  • AKC Program for Purebred and Mixed Breed Puppies $100 Value!
  • Pet Insurance Certificate through AKC Pet Partners Insurance $50 Value!
  • One Year Subscription to Family Dog Magazine $10 Value!
  • Homecoming Kit $500 Value!
  • Total Value Exceeds  $2,500
  • Lifetime Health Program – Next Puppy is FREE: PRICELESS!
  • 12-Month Congenital/Hereditary Warranty (coverage up to 100% of puppy’s price) PRICELESS!
  • 14-Day Viral Warranty (coverage up to 100% of puppy’s price) PRICELESS!
  • 100% Return/Exchange Policy on ALL PUPPIES PRICELESS!
  • All of our puppies are microchipped.
  • All of our puppies purchased come with a lifetime Amber-alert recovery system.
  • All customers have the option to enroll in the Puppy-For-A-Lifetime Program.
  • All of our puppies go home with a training kennel and training supplies.
  • AKC or AKC Canine Program registration is included for puppy purchases

Petland Tulsa & Oklahoma City gives back to their community.

Our store prides itself in giving back to the community where we work and reside. See below for some examples of Petland Tulsa & Oklahoma City giving back to our community.

  • Petland Tulsa & Oklahoma City has donated 1,000lbs of dog food to our partner rescue center
  • Petland Tulsa & Oklahoma City partners with Make-A-Wish to help fulfil pet-related wishes for children with life-threatening illnesses in the area.
  • Petland Tulsa & Oklahoma City participates in a company-wide fundraising campaign every October raising thousands of dollars every year.

Some people want to ban pet stores because they believe these myths:

  • Pet stores are responsible for pet overpopulation
  • For every puppy sold, a shelter dog dies
  • Pet stores buy from puppy mills
  • Pet stores sell sick dogs
  • There are plenty of purebreds in shelters
  • Pet bans keep puppy mill dogs out of communities

These are simply myths. The facts speak for themselves.

Pet shelters are experiencing puppy shortages

Why is this happening? According to the New York Times, the spay/neuter initiative has been effective resulting in more than 85% of dogs being spayed or neutered. This means there are far fewer accidental litters that use to fill local shelters. 

While people still believe there is a massive pet overpopulation problem, according to the NAIA, there are only 15 states that are currently experiencing any pet overpopulation. 35 states are not. What does this mean? 

It means dogs are being transported from states with overpopulation problems. Dogs are being imported from Korea, Puerto Rico, and other countries. And, unfortunately, it has led to some rescues buying puppies from breeders. 

Please read the following articles on this matter below:

Many “rescues” are buying puppies from the same breeders they despise. They then “adopt” these puppies to customers for big profits.

Rescue groups, historically speaking, are run by committed, caring people, clubs, or experts who want these abandoned or unwanted pets to have a home. However, with effective spay/neuter initiatives and increased demand for puppies, there has been an emergence of rescues who are buying puppies from breeders or importing them from countries without standardized vaccination protocols. It has, unfortunately, become a big business. This is also known as retail rescue. Since the dogs sold are from rescues, there are no warranties, health records, sourcing of where the dogs came from or regulations protecting the customers like one gets from a regulated pet store.

Please read the following article on this massive problem:

  • Dog rescuers, flush with donations, buy animals from the breeders they scorn. Source, Washington Post
  • When “puppy mill rescue” blurs the line between saving and selling dogs. Source, Huffpost

Over 1 million dogs a year are being imported from unregulated foreign countries/sources.

Because of the influx of dogs coming from other countries, the United States has seen reemergences of canine viruses, including rabies. These dogs are also being sold as “rescues” with no health records, warranties, or sourcing of where the dog came from.

The Federal Government (USDA) has released a report in Summer 2019 stating that over 1 million dogs were imported from foreign countries last year alone.

Please read the following articles on problems with importing dogs from unregulated sources:

The U.S. has become a dumping ground for foreign “puppy mill” and “rescue dogs.” Here’s is what needs to change. Source, Fox News

  • Where does that rescue dog come from? Source, Inside Sources
  • Perspective From the Field: Illegal Puppy Imports Uncovered at JFK Airport. Source, CDC
  • Dog imported from Egypt by Kansas Shelter infected with Rabies. Source, KSHB News

Local and State legislators are voting to keep regulated pet stores in business while raising animal care and welfare standards to help get rid of the “bad actors” and puppy mills.

Below are just a handful of examples.

Frisco, TX:

Click here to read the news release.


Click here to read the news release.

Naples, FL:

“If bad breeders are the problem, then we need to do something about bad breeders.” (Commissioner Andy Solis)

Click here to read the news release.

Manatee County, FL:

Click here to read the news release.


“Shutting down the good guys will do nothing to stop the bad actors. Rather, it will open the doors for more puppy sales from unregulated sources, where abuse and inhumane conditions are more likely. This bill ensures that puppies being sold in pet shops are coming from responsible breeders, and includes strict penalties for store owners who do not comply.” (AZ Governor Douglas A. Ducey)

Click here to see SB 1248

Click here to see the Governor’s public letter.


Click here to view SB 331.

Animal Rights Organizations

There will always be people that don’t believe animals should be pets and they will continue to fight to shut down pet stores. They don’t believe in zoos, aquariums or even service animals. We respect their right to their opinions.

However, we believe in the strength and joy of the human-animal bond. We see it every day when a family finds their perfect pet. We see it in veterans, in children and in people who need a little extra support. We see the companionship, loyalty and friendship a pet brings. And we believe every customer should have a responsible choice when it comes to finding their perfect pet.

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