Pets can now be found in craigslist for anywhere from $1 to $10 a page on a search engine, and the process is faster than ever.
Craigslist has announced a major overhaul to its online pet marketplace, PetaMurgatRoyd, to boost the speed and efficiency of finding and purchasing pet supplies online.
The move is part of a broader effort to overhaul the pet buying and selling experience, with the aim of making it more convenient, less expensive and more efficient.
Crafters and dealers are increasingly turning to online pet sales to keep their businesses running.
In the US, there are currently 2.2 million pet-related transactions, or just under half of all pet transactions, according to the American Pet Products Association.
Craig, a pet store in Philadelphia, said its PetaMoRd service will now only allow listings with an online seller or online pet auctioneer, but it is still possible to find pets in the real world.
The move follows a recent change to the way pet supplies can be listed on the platform, with pet supply retailers such as Peta-Murgatorrentals.com and PetaPet.com shutting down and reopening.
Craigs own PetaLocker.com, which it bought in 2016 for $4 billion.
It said it will re-launch the service later this month with more details about its overhaul and the availability of Peta MoRd in the coming weeks.