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08/30/2016
By: Chasity B.
The Pet Stop
I've bought my bunny, Benny, my dog, Bama, and all my fish and I'm completely satisfied.
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09/02/2015
By: Cathy C.
The Pet Stop
I do not understand how this pet store can still be in business when they allow sick, starving and dying animals to be put out for sale. Please buyer beware and do not purchase anything from this store. Boycott them and help get them shut down. No animal deserves to suffer and die at the hands of inhumanity.
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09/02/2015
By: Heather D.
The Pet Stop
Stopped by on vacation with my husband, and saw the saddest sick little lizard :( broke my heart! When I asked about him I was scowled and told he was "just fine" and that he was feisty... I would be too had I been that Ill and then handled! I don't live in the area, but I don't want others to see what I did!
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09/02/2015
By: Nightshade I.
The Pet Stop
I SUGGEST IF YOU BUY FROM HERE GET A HEALTH CERTIFICATE AND HEALTH GUARANTEE!!!!Why is it You get someone experienced with reptiles in your store and tell you something is wrong with one and you refuse to listen??? The lizard was so neglected he looked scale and bones!!! And then you have the nerve to post a video of the (still emaciated!!) lizard trying desperately to get away because you holding it is probably causing pain.Then to top it all off they deleted both the video and pictures from their page to hide the obvious neglect. Seems guilty to me! The picture is all over the web now and so is the message ofBUYER BEWARE!!!!!!
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