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No one does pet’s in Fort Wayne, quite like Petware House. We have a wide-variety and ever changing line up of pets, such as kittens and puppies, which are sourced locally and In support of our community. Some of our animals, such as hedgehogs and ball pythons, are breed and cared for by us. We are committed to the healthiest animals possible and adhere to all industry standards and regulations.

If your looking for the perfect kitten or puppy, you’ll be pleased to know that if you should purchase from us, we will include updated vaccines, your animal will be dewormed, treated for fleas, ticks and ear mites. In addition, you will receive a coupon for a free office visit to the Fort Wayne Pet Hospital within seven days of taking your new pet, home. For extended peace of mind we guarantee the health of your pet, within the first seven days, if any issues are uncovered by the Fort Wayne Pet Hospital.

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Fort Wayne Pet Hospital was established in 1969 by Dr. Lynn Martin and has been serving our community with excellent veterinary services, ever since. When you take your new puppy or kitten home, rest assured that we have provided your animal with the best possible pre-care and extend this care for you for a full seven days, through our partnership with Fort Wayne Pet Hospital.

For any veterinarian services, for your new or existing pet, we highly suggested Fort Wayne Pet Hospital. With a complete line of veterinarian services, rest assured that from the annual wellness exam, to life saving surgery and in-house lab work, Fort Wayne Pet Hospital has both your pet and your best interests in mind. For Veterinarian services in Fort Wayne, don’t hesitate to reach out to them.

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Who doesn’t love a new puppy? Regardless of breed, puppies touch each and everyone of us in a way that is only rivaled by the kitten! Of course, the puppy is a great addition to any household and great pets for children. They will grow with your family and become an integral part of your life for many years to come. Do you know what your new puppy will require as he or she grows into adult hood? If your not sure, don’t hesitate to click below to learn more. Petware House want’s you to have the best possible experience with your new pet.

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Did you know that a kitten can help reduce stress levels? It’s a fact, a kitten will help reduce stress levels and even prolong your life. Did we mention that they’re adorable too? Most of our loyal customers seem to think so. While some of our customers might not be cat people, its safe to say that everyone can at least appreciate a kitten. There are many reasons why people love these furry little balls of joy.

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Did you know that a kitten can help reduce stress levels? It’s a fact, a kitten will help reduce stress levels and even prolong your life. Did we mention that they’re adorable too? Most of our loyal customers seem to think so. While some of our customers might not be cat people, its safe to say that everyone can at least appreciate a kitten. There are many reasons why people love these furry little balls of joy.

Fire Belly Toad

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Found naturally throughout mainland Europe and Northern and Central Asia, the Fire-belly toad is a small-to-medium sized specie and known for the brightly coloured markings on its body, which are predominately found on the underside of this specie.


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Tree Frog

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As the name implies, Tree Frogs are typically found in trees or other areas with high-growing vegetation. Tree Frogs do not usually descent to the ground for the exception of mating and spawning though some build nests tree leaves and rarely leave their habitat.


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Pac Man Frog

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The Pac Man Frog, get’s its name from their rather round, plump shape and large mouths, which make them resemble the video game character. They also sleep with their large eyes open! The most common of the species are typically yellow and green in color, but are also available in many patterns and colors which help them camouflage for hiding.


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Newt

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The Newt species are an interesting amphibians giving that they can remarkably regrow lost limbs, tails and even parts of their internal anatomy. As with other amphibians, their metamorphism from larva to adults is an incredible process to observe. If you have an inquisitive child, this may be a great pet for him or her. The newt tends to be either semi-aquatic or fully aquatic and require attentive care, particularly those from tropical climates. Once your set with an enclosure and other necessary items to keep the Newt as a pet, they are very inexpensive and easy-to-keep pets.


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At Petware House, we fully understand that excitement can build with you aquatic environment and that you might be ready to take the next step and get some reefs or corals. Petware House prides ourselves on finding those elusive, exotic corals you only see in the movies and books. We keep close contact with our supplier base to ensure the best possible health and overall quality of our specimens. You can rest assured that we carry the best reef in Fort Wayne. Don’t hesitate to engage our friendly staff regarding the history of any coral and we will be happy to offer our observation and insight on each.

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Did you know that the arthropod consist of over ninety percent of the animal kingdom? It’s a fact. We’re going to take a closer look at this amazing group of animals called arthropods. You are familiar with a wide array of arthropods from seeing them in your everyday life. Do you know what they all have in common? Arthropods are a lot more than just delicious feasts and disgusting pests. None-the-less, Petware House has a wide-selection of arthropods available, but before we go to far, we need to figure out what an arthropod is.

Emperor Scorpion

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One of the largest scorpions, but not the longest, the Pandinus Imperator (scorpion) has a fairly dark body ranging a dark blue/green through brown to black. The large pincers are blackish-red and have a granular texture. The frontal part of the Pandinus is made up of four sections, each with a pair of legs. Behind the fourth pair of legs are comb-like structures known as pectines – these are longer in males and can be used to distinguish males and females. The tail, known as the metsoma, is long and curves back over the body.


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Tarantula

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They might be big and somewhat harry, but when you get to know the Tarantula, you’ll realize that that are not scary at all. We will typically find this super spider, living in underground burrows in well-drained soil, throughout warmer regions of the world. If the soil is perfect, they will often dig deep burrows and line it with silk webbing. Other tarantulas live on the ground under rocks or logs or shed the bark of trees, and still others live in webbed burrows in trees.


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Halloween Crab

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Halloween Crabs are quite attractive with orange legs, black carapace and purple claws. Because they are terrestrial and so colorful, Halloween Crabs are sold as exotic terrarium pets. In the wild, these nocturnal land crabs live in small burrows in the costal jungles of Costa Rica. Although they are terrestrial, Halloween Crabs are most common near the cost because they must return to the ocean in order to reproduce.


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Hermit Crab

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The Hermit Crab, all though not really suggested for younger audiences, are known for being gregarious partiers who will keep the party going all night long. The Hermit Crab is an adorable package of cuteness but are rather high maintenance and require very exacting care.


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Millipedes

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Millipedes make for great pets and are very easy to care for. They will generally eat a variety of fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, moistened dry cat food, moistened fish food, rotting leaves and wood. Not all Millipede species eat the same so be sure to ask and learn as much about this species before considering it as a pet. Simply leave any food on the substrate and your millipede will eventually eat away when it’s hungry.


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Petware House provides an extensive knowledgebase regarding each our animals, right here on our website. Whether you have questions regarding our animals, pet care questions or pet food questions, rest assured that you will find answers here. Don’t hesitate to connect with us on Facebook or reach out to us through Live Call (right), Live Chat (right) or Text Message (right). For more contact details please review our contact us page for your convenience.

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Love birds? We do too. We have a great assortment of birds in our store such as, Cockatiel, Love Birds, Parakeets, Spice Finch, Society Finch, Yellow Canaries and much more. Petware House in Fort Wayne also carries bird cages and accessories, and an assortment of foods and medication for your birds. Walk into our store for best advice, tips and to find your next pet bird, we will be pleased to be of assistance.

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Cockatiel

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Cuddly, outgoing and comical are just three reasons why the cockatiel is the No. 1 pet bird in America. Cockatiels are also talented whistlers, and male cockatiels in particular are known for their whistle serenades, which can be directed at their favored person, their favorite object or their mirror reflection. When not whistling or keeping themselves busy foraging for food and fun around the cage, cockatiels often enjoy spending their downtime snuggling on their favored person’s shoulder. A healthy, well-socialized cockatiel can make a great family pet and is also ideal for apartment living.


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Parakeet

In North America culture, the name “paakeet” has been giving to the species of parrot properly known as the “budgerigal” or the “budgie, for short. Technically, a parakeet is any small species of parrot with a long tail, so it can correctly be called the “budgerigar parakeet”. Confusing? Yes. Let’s just call them parakeets.


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Love Bird

Here at Petware House we carry a large variety of bird specimens which include the Love Bird. This great pet is the second smallest species of parrot and a fully grown adult will weigh anywhere from 42 to approximately 60 grams. Typically females tend to be slightly larger than her male counterpart. This animal loves to hitch a shoulder ride and are very playful by nature.


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Society Finch

The Society Finch is not only a very popular pet but also who’s ancestry is subject of much debate. This specimen doesn’t live in the wild. It is also accepted that finches were first bred by the Chinese and over the years, breeders around the world have managed to breed various colors of this species including fawn, chocolate brown, pied, crested, etc. We at Petware House are pleased to provide this pet which is relatively inexpensive and a great addition to someone’s aviary.


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Budgie

The budgie is amongst the smallest parrot in the world along with the African Lovebirds, Asian Hanging Parrots, Fig Parrots and the Pygmy. Budgies have been bred in captivity since the 1850s and originally imported around the mid 1840s. This specimen has a natural green and yellow color with black markings on the back of the neck, back and wings. Primary as a result of captivity breeding, mutatins have occurred with blue, white, yellow and grey colorations.


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Yellow Canary

Did you know that Canaries have been kept as pets since the 1400s? It’s a fact. They are not necessarily a companion type bird , but this doesn’t make them any less of a great pet. Canaries enjoy spending a lot of time in their cages, so ensure you have an adequately sized cage with perches on both ends and to ensure they have a lot of flying space.


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Are you reptile fanatic? So are we! Petware House has one of the best selections of pet reptiles, anywhere in the Fort Wayne. As a matter of fact, we attract many visitors from neighbouring states who just can’t get enough of reptile offerings. Don’t forget that we also carry a wide-array of reptile food, cages for reptile and food.

Reptiles are indeed interesting creatures. They are cold-blooded vertebrates with roots from their ancestral amphibians dating back 340 million years ago. Two primary characteristics which distinguish early reptiles from amphibians and enabled them colonize terrestrial habits more extensively than their ancestors, scales and the ability to lay hard-shelled eggs. Scales protect reptiles from abrasion and loss of body moisture.

Anoles

Just to clarify, the Green Anole is not a true Chameleon. They can however change color to various shades of brown and green. Typically when they are ill or stressed out, they will turn a dark brown. When they are happy, content and healthy, they tend to be green. However, this is not always the case. As it turns out, their color can also be affected by current environmental conditions and even some of the food they eat. Given these facts, their color changing is sometimes called the “American Chameleon”, but they are not related to true Chameleons.


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Chinese Water Dragon

The Chinese Water Dragon, also known as the Asian Water Dragon and the Green Water Dragon is a lizard native to China the mainland Southeast Asia. A Chinese Water Dragon can grow up to one meter – about 3.3 feet in total length, including tail and can live anywhere from ten to fifteen years.

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Burmese Python

Are you considering a pet snake? The Burmese Python is an excellent reptile for both first time snake owners or for the veteran reptile enthusiast alike. The Burmese Python are originally from the forests Burma, Thailand and Vietnam.


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Rat Snake

Rat Snakes, a popular type of snake, feeds on other reptiles, mice and birds. The young snakes are typically patterned and frequently find their way into homes and buildings. Juvenile snakes are frequently misidentified as copperheads, to which they bear only a slight resemblance. Rat Snakes vary greatly in color, throughout various regions of the USA, but the most common colors for adults and black with spotted gray and white belly, and greenish-yellow with four brown or black stripes the lengths of its body.

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King Snake

Kingsnakes are probably one of the best dressed among the serpents with a complete array of colors and a dazzling display of skin patterns. They also have a quite the choice of prey and rank among the highest in serpent clan.

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Corn Snake

The Corn Snake is primarily found in the South-Eastern regions of the United States. They have become a very popular pet, are typically brightly colored with Individual patterns and are medium-sized creatures. While elegant, we do advise keeping them with some caution as they are quite skilled at escaping from their homes but are calms and easy to maintain.

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Iguana

Iguanas are reptiles that spend a good amount of time living in trees. They are herbivores and eat mostly leaves, flowers and fruit. In order to conserve energy they will do nothing and spend a great deal of time just basking, resting and watching.

Iguanas can grow to be up to six feet long. It’s features include a chin skin called a dewlap, a large scale below the ear and a rather large tale. They can also change colors based upon heat requirements, mood or stress.


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Arid Geckos

Did you know that over seven hundred species of Gecko’s found throughout the planet? While some Geckos have a specialized scales under their toes, specifically for climbing across vertical surfaces and for magically walking upside down. Arid geckos come in a variety of interesting colors and are great as a first time pet for anyone who might be interested in this specie.


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Leopard Geckos

The Leopard Geckos come in a number of colors and patterns from tan coloration to a bright orange, with dark spots or patters and some have no pattern whatsoever. They are a medium sized specie with bodies covered with raised tubercles, expressive eyes and the appearance of a smile on their faces.


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Ball Pythons

To put is simply, the Ball Python is perhaps the most popular pet in the world. Don’t think as this species as anything other than being shy, small, and ideal for captivity. The Ball Python is remarkably small in size and come in a wide array of patterns and colors.


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Kenyan Sand Boa

The Kenyan Sand Boa has a dedicated and continued loyal following all over the world. This is likely due to their manageable size, simple captive care, and passive personality. Many also refer to the Kenyan Sand Boa as the East African Boa, although many enthusiasts and hobbyists refer to the this species simply as the Kenyan for the common name.


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Red Tailed Boa

The Red Tailed Boa is found across northern and central South America, east of the Andes Mountains. The most colourful of this specie typically comes from the North-Western part of this range. The Red Tailed Boa are typically found in open to dense, humid tropical forests. They sometimes survive near villages, where they may enter homes and buildings.


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Uromastix

The Uromastyx lizard can be found in a wide-are a of the Middle East and the northern half of Africa. They and thrive in very arid regions where temperatures are often one hundred and twenty degrees Fahrenheit. The Uromastyx is right at home in the rocky outcropping and deep burrows dug into the ground.


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Swift

The Emerald Swift is a beautiful lizard and are indigenous to the high altitude cloud forests of the extreme southern Mexico and most of Central America. The name, Emerald Swift, was derived from the incredible bright green and blue coloration exhibited by males. The Female swift are not as ornately colored but still a very attractive specie.


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Skink

Skinks can be found all around the globe for the exception of the boreal and the polar-regions. As a matter of fact, the Skink is the second largest group of Lizards on the planet, only slightly dwarfed by the Gecko which is the largest group. We’ve discovered approximately 1200 species of skins so far, and there are likely hundreds of others roaming the globe. Skins can be located in different types of habitats such as forests, grasslands, mountains, savannas, deserts and urban areas. Certain types of skins are preferred as pets than others.


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Wood Turtle

Wood Turtles are docile in nature and can be found in the North Eastern United States such as New England, south into Northern Virginia and in several regions in Canada. Although they have complex habitat needs, they make for excellent pets.


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Bearded Dragon

The Bearded Dragon, or as enthusiasts like to call them, “beardies”, are medium sized lizards which vary in size anywhere from twelve to twenty four inches from head to the tip of their tail. Bearded Dragons are also available in many colors which is often a good sign of where that specific species originates from.


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Not a big fan of fish or lizards? That’s ok, we don’t expect everyone to have the same needs, but it’s pretty safe to say that most of us love small pets. Here at Petware House we have an extensive lineup of small animals such as the Chinchilla, Hedge Hog, Guinea Pig, Hamsters, Ferrets, Sugar Gliders and the list goes on. In addition to this, we have pretty much everything you will need to help care for your pet. This includes a wide array of tankes, cages, pet food, pet medication, solid advice, lighting, pet toys and so much more. Why look anywhere else? Don’t hesitate to reach out to us and visit our showroom!

Chinchilla

Soft lush fur, very active, boisterous, low maintenance, easy to train, easy to keep. These are all terms that best describe this little animal and the reasons why so many people adore them. Chinchillas are also very quick and somewhat perky which are both inherent in their nature. With this stated and given the fact that they make great pets, we don’t suggest them as pets for children as they are too small, fragile and if squeezed too tight, will bite as a defence mechanism.


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Guinea Pig

Did you know that Guinea Pigs purr like cats when they’re happy? Don’t let the name fool you too as they really have nothing in common with the pig. There’s a lot more to pets than just lizards, cats, and dogs. There’s many furry little pets owned by millions of people across our country. All of us at Pet Ware house have a soft spot for the Guinea Pig, they are extremely, incredibly social and want to spend a lot of time with you.


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Hedge Hog

We know of fifteen species of Hedgehog in North America, Africa, Asia and New Zealand. The little critters root through hedges and other under-growth areas searching for small creatures that compose the bulk of their diet such as insects, worms, centipedes, snails, mice frogs and snakes. As a hedgehog picks its way through the hedges it emits pike like grunts and hence their name, the hedgehog.


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Siberian Hamster

Perfect for the beginner and a definite crowd pleaser, we have the Siberian Hamster. Did you know that during the winter months, the Siberian Hamster fur will turn white? It’s a fact, their fur will turn white with a change in the temperature. The Siberian Hamster is easy to tame with proper training, social with other hamsters, and has a range of fur colors.


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Gerbil

As you are well aware, the Gerbil is a small rodent which loves to burrow and is native to the sandy, dry areas of Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Many people keep Gerbils as they are quite easy to maintain, train easily and make good pets. The Gerbil is nocturnal and spends most of his day sleeping. They will frequently use their tail as a balance when they hop. They have a life span of about four years in the wild and often live together in large colonies.


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Hamster

The Hamster has been part of North American culture for over seventy five years. They are native to Syria and were primarily for research. During the late forties, a highway engineer by the name of Albert Marsh, introduced them as pets. The Hamster have a chunky body, short tail, thick fur and cheek pouches. The also have a tendency to hoard items and are secretive in the burrowing activities. Being nocturnal creatures, they usually sleep during the day and explore by night.


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Mouse

Mouse? Did you know that most people think that the Mouse and the Rat are one in the same thing? Well, that’s not entirely accurate. A mouse is a small rodent with a pointed pink nose, round body, furry, rather large ears and a long, often hairless tail.


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Rat

The pet rat, a descendant of the wild brown rat, is still a relatively new pet, compared to most species. Although found throughout most of the planet, humans have held them in captivity and bred them for the past one hundred years – a small time frame compared to many of the pet species.


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Ferret

Ferrets are rather small creatures measuring in at an average of fifty-one centimetres, including a thirteen centimetre tail. They weigh in at about one-and-a-half to four pounds and have a natural lifespan of seven to ten years. A member of the weasel family, we have domesticated this species for more than two-thousand years. If you are ready to bring this great pet into your home, please understand that it may require more work than most pets. The reward however will quickly become obvious to you and your family.


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Sugar Glider

Sugar Gliders are marsupials – that is, a group of mammals commonly thought of as pouched mammals such as the wallaby and kangaroo. This specie has a furry membrane that extends from their wrists to their ankles which allows them to glide through the air. The can be found in the wild, gliding from tree to tree by gliding. Their hind feet have a large, opposable big toe that helps them grip branches, and the second and third toe forms a grooming comb.


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Petware House carries a large variety of snakes, lizards, amphibians, and insects. We specialize in breeding the areas most diverse selection of Ball Pythons. Below are some of the projects currently in development. Stop by to see what's available now.

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All animals regardless of type, need and deserve our respect and will rely on our care. In the same fashion, the respect and care for your family, friends and your parents we need to do the same for our pets. Treating your pet with gentleness and kindness is the perfect way to show you that you care for it.


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Petware House is conveniently located at 7477 Lima Road, Fort Wayne, Indiana, which is just moments north of West Cook Road and a few minutes drive from the I-69. While heading north on Lima Road, you will find us on the left hand side of Lima Road, next to DAVCO Auto. We have ample parking for our visitors, parking for seniors, handicap and expectant mom’s. Additional accessibility is available for handicap and for the delivery of large items into and out of our store location. Come into our new showroom for the largest selection of healthy pets, pet food, pet accessories and let our friendly, knowledgeable staff help you find that perfect pet and solutions that work best for you.

Our store is conveniently open Monday through Saturday, 10 AM through to 8PM and on Sundays from 12 noon to 5 PM. If you have any questions regarding our store location, business hours or for general inquiries, don’t hesitate to reach out to us for further assistance.

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Did you know that there are more than 7,500 species of reptiles? That’s a lot! We at Petware House carry the largest selection of reptiles in Fort Wayne. Whether your looking for snakes, lizards, amphibians or insects, look no further than Petware House.

We are expert reptile breeders and have the most diverse selection of Ball Pythons in Fort Wayne. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us for more information and your welcome to stop by to see what we have available.

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