Diamond Pet Foods Retailer - Pet Zoo Alaska at 10201 E

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However, if these stores are not willing, in turn, to support their loyal customers, the mega corporations will ultimately get our money. A case in point: My two cats, after much trial and error, relish an organic grain-free kibble that is not carried at Alaska Mill and Feed or Pet Zoo, two of our local pet stores. My cats are young, and I assured both these companies that I would be happy to purchase food from them for many years to come if they would stock it.
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Retail Locations selling Catnip in Alaska are:
Alaska Mill & Feed -- Anchorage , Alaska
Pet Zoo -- Wasilla, Anchorage, Alaska
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Throughout the last 13 years we have found that there is a need for community involvement exposure and education about livestock, agriculture and Ranching. As so many American farms continue to disappear and the ever growing destruction of farmland in Alaska continues, we have found that education about where your food comes from is vital. We also offer horse rides, pony rides, cart rides, sleigh rides, live nativity scenes,a petting zoo, and a variety of pony parties for just about any event."The internship experience I had at The Alaska Zoo was truly one that managed to change several aspects of my life almost simultaneously. This may seem extreme or perhaps an over-exaggeration on my part, but it is honestly true. I knew going in that I would be able to experience work as a zookeeper, but it was the fact that I was treated as an equal and a competent zookeeper that really changed me.Dr. Riley Wilson received his degree in veterinary medicine from Washington State University, after getting a Master of Science Degree in parisitology. He has lived in Alaska for most of his life. Riley has been the zoo vet for almost 30 years and owner of a small animal clinic, The Pet Stop, since 1992. He is also a commercial fisherman. Special interests include orthopedics, internal medicine, exotics and birds. Riley and his wife, Cindy, have twin daughters and a house full of critters including 2 dogs, 2 cats and a variety of exotic pets. They enjoy spending time together cross country skiing, fishing and traveling.