That Pet Place: Pet Supplies and Fish Supplies at That Fish Place

And if you want to start at the shallow end of aquarium fish ownership, Petco’s fish store has a host of colorful inverts – including crabs, shrimp, snails and more – that are a great option for any pet parent looking to make a small splash.

5 reviews of Fish & Pets

The area's largest locally owned pet store with the best selection of pets and pet supplies. For all your aquarium and pet needs shop Fish Here! Pet Center!

The Family Owned Full-line Pet Store in Rochester, MN since 1989

Steve's Pet Shop, the only Pet Shop in Oakhurst, is a full line pet store with dog & cat food, reptiles, small animals, birds, and Fresh & Salt water fish. Pet stores like to promote betta fish as easy “starter pets” who are able to survive and thrive in extremely tiny containers with only a few inches of water to swim around in.

Over 150 fish tanks full of fish to choose

Now, we know that puppies, kittens, birds, and other animals sold in pet stores come from and other . But where do fish in pet stores come from?

The Ark Pet Shop - Fish: Freshwater & Saltwater


Tropical World Pets is a fish and reptile shop. We have a huge tank showroom and all the supplies, fish or livestock to make it unique to your personality and taste. Here at Tropical World Pets we believe in superior customer service, healthy livestock, and that everyone no matter their age can have fun in the pet store. We believe that anyone can sell you a tank or a reptile, our job is to make sure that you enjoy your purchase for many years to come. So if you are in the area, be sure to stop by and check us out, we'll be glad to help you.Coral Sea is a family owned and operated pet store located in Somerville NJ. We carry a large inventory of Saltwater and Freshwater fish, exotic reef corals, small animals, and suppliesCoral Sea is a family owned and operated pet store located in Somerville NJ. We carry a large inventory of Saltwater and Freshwater fish, exotic reef corals, small animals, and suppliesBeing stuck inside a bowl or a tank is , and neither is the trip to the pet stores where they’re sold. Many fish are put in tiny containers and left there for days. Animals often arrive at pet stores dying of starvation, sick, pregnant, or injured.