Although the dogs they offer for sale are probably not of the best of quality, the rest of the store is not bad. It has some dog food, cat food, stuff for fish and hamsters and a variety of other animals. Nice sized clearance sections of leashes and collars and other sorts of things. This place is a NOT for PROFIT, all the proceeds go towards supporting a community- people with developmental disabilities. Not everyone knows how to find quality puppies to offer for sale and those that are top noch cost more then 350.00 that I seen listed on the puppy windows at this pet shop.\r
It is up to the breeders to be honest about their stock, other then this how does a pet shop know what to look for... I am sure that if you have knowledge, that Lambs Farm would be wiling to listen to the suggestions on finding quality puppies that are donated to them. Breeders by law are to include a health certificate before being delivered to Pet store or owner, based off this certificate how else are you to know anything is genetically wrong.