Best 7 Pet Stores in Goldsboro, North Carolina with Reviews - YP.com

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10/20/2012
By: rlpropes
Majestic Reef
They have colorfull fish with good prices for the most part. They say they have a two day warranty, but don't honor it. We bought a clownfish, a blue hippo tang, 2 peppermint shrimp, and a dottyfish. The dottyfish didn't survive, so we took the dead fish, the receipt and a sample of the water as instructed and returned it to the store. As soon as my wife entered the store and he saw the dead fish, he had a bad attitude. He made every excuse why our tank was not in the appropriate condition. If the conditions weren't right, why did all four other fish and shrimp survive? Then he decided to ask what kind of fish we had already had. We had a green chromis and a black domino. He suggested then that our black domino killed the fish. That didn't happen. The domino only chases our chromis, who chased the domino when he was introduced. The dottyfish swam straight to the bottom corner of the tank and stayed there. The next morning we found it dead and the crab started doing his job and ate part of him. So, if you visit this establishment and buy a fish, don't bother returning it for the refund or replacement. He will find a reason not to honor it. It has been over a week and all the other fish we bought are still healthy.
02/18/2013
By: jimmybrown2
Majestic Reef
I am a beginner saltwater fish keeper and this guy is the best he helps me out and will not let any body by fish if they don't have the right equipment and he also has really good prices
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07/29/2016
By: James B.
Pet Village and Ceramics
Mrs Karen was very helpful and friendly, she would go out of her way to help us find what we were looking for. She and her staff were very professional.
04/12/2016
By: Christina B.
PetSmart
Shopping for my parents dogs here. Great store filled with just about anything you could need! Excellent customer service.
Tips & Advices
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