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I generally can't go in pet stores now, they make me too sad, but when I was a kid, I didn't think about the "big picture" and was just fascinated by all the animals. Pet stores were all over. There was one with puppies in Columbia Mall, and even Woolworth's had fish, turtles and gerbils. If I recall correctly, the one on Devine had lots of fish, but the real reason we liked to walk down there after piano lessons at Haven's Music was because of the bird.
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While hermit crab lovers can find the crustaceans at any pet store, Zubair's stand at the mall gives his customers a more up-close-and-personal encounter. And if his traffic is any indication, hermit crabs — which Zubair sells in three sizes, with or without a display cage — are of genuine interest. Barbara DuBose, a Columbia College student, recently bought a hermit crab from Zubair for her dorm room. The Best 10 Pet Stores in Columbia, MD - Last Updated July 2017 - Yelp
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Pets R' Inn is a family owned and operated business located in North Dakota since 1985.
We have two stores located in the Columbia Mall in Grand Forks & at the West Acres Mall in Fargo, both stores carry a full range of products to make your pets happy and healthy.What was supposed to be an exciting trip to an indoor water park in Kansas City ended many hours later as a simple trip to a pet store and Columbia Mall. Pets R' Inn is a family owned and operated business located in North Dakota since 1985. We have two stores located in the Columbia Mall in Grand Forks & at the West Acres Mall in Fargo, both stores carry a full range of products to make your pets happy and healthy.After road construction delays, they finally arrive back home to rest, when Mr. Brian discovers that Mr. Kibbles, the family dog, has gotten into something that stinks soooo very bad. They scrub and wash him, but nothing seems to help. Since Mr. Brian has decided that a trip to Columbia Mall might help ease the disappointment of the day, they decide Mr. Kibbles could also use an emergency bath at a pet store. Another recruit is found to come along and help and everyone loads up again – minus one sick, sleeping child and plus one very stinky Mr. Kibbles. Whew…windows down all the way to Columbia!