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People who own a pet know how difficult it may be to find the pet supplies that are of best quality for their pets and yet do not cost too much for one's budget. This page is about choosing the right type of vendor by offering pro and cons about the differences between a small pet shop and a large franchise. Here people can read more about the things they should consider before choosing one of these two vendor options. On the one hand, one might be tempted to choose the small pet or vet shop which is most probably location-wise a better option. Small pet shops come with plenty of advantages and yet with a considerable disadvantage. In most cases, the manager of these shops is pet lovers and they will go the extra mile just to please other pet owners and their companion. Pet owners may create a connection with the manager of the shop and they may receive valuable advice regarding the supplies that one needs. The secret is that small vendors usually try the best they can to create loyal customers and this is why there is an increased likelihood that they will offer better quality products. The downside is that usually this costs extra money and thus these products are usually more expensive than the ones in a large pet shop franchise. On the other hand, people prefer buying their supplies from large franchises. Here they have a greater variety of products to choose from and they are usually cheaper. Unfortunately, it is widely accepted that supplies bought from these franchises are usually of lower quality as well.

In the end, both options are valid ones and it is only up to the pet owner to make the decision whether the compromise quality versus price is worth it.