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By: Yuki E.
Chelsea Kennel Club
By order of Nassau County Police and FDNY Friend: Please do not remove this review.I give this 0 star.I do volunteer with many Korean K9 Rescue Adoption event where it takes place in Pet Supply Stores.It's horrible place and employees/owner caught in act for neglecting their puppies that already abused in puppymill.I did also volunteer with New Beginning Animal Rescue No-Kill Shelter Adoption Volunteer at PetSmart in Pelham Manor and you have no right to operate and NYC Health Inspectors, FBI need to shut down this store immeditelly. Chelsea Kennel Club violates multiple animal welfare act. Even former customers who bought puppies are complaining you sold a sick puppies or wrong kind of puppies and rip off your former customers. You reply to your customers, but you never tell truth to them. HSUS never set you up. Former customers wouldn't believe you're telling truth because you sold them sick puppies to them.I also volunteer with FDNY and Nassau County Police.
By: Jason S.
Manhattan Puppies and Kittens
I purchased a dog and my sister bought a cat from Manhattan Puppies & Kittens. They were prompt, responsive, and easy to deal with. Deborah is someone who truly cares about her business. I enjoyed coordinating a meeting with her. I'm sure I will work with her again closely in the future!
By: Gabrielle F.
Manhattan Puppies and Kittens
***GO ELSEWHERE & STAY FAR AWAY***This business sold my sister and her boyfriend a SICK KITTEN. The kitten was sick all the way home and gradually got worse over time, by the time they got him to the vet it was too late. They even did an autopsy on the poor baby to see what was wrong, a mix of dehydration, coccidia, and intussusception.The owners and staff have been unresponsive to my sister and her boyfriend. THIS PLACE ONLY CARES ABOUT MONEY. GO SOMEWHERE WHERE THEY LOVE THEIR ANIMALS TOO.
By: Erin M.
Chelsea Kennel Club
Absolutely horrible! You abuse animals. You hit them and they come back with diseases. You aren't a real kennel club
By: Dianne T.
Little Creatures
This store is filthy. Does not open on time. Is never in stock on products that they carry. What a waste. The poorest managed business that I have ever seen in NYC.
By: willywhite_jet
American Kennels
Great experience, my animals are treated so well here!
By: gregrain41
American Kennels
Thank you for being wonderful with my pets, thank you!
By: jessicaa738
American Kennels
I have never bought a dog here, but I have bought some toys and food. I was very happy with my purchase and my dog thinks the food is delicious (from what I can tell). I would recommend this place to friends and dogs.
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By: Juliana O.
Chelsea Kennel Club
I got my puppy from Chelsea Kennel Club a month ago. She had advanced pneumonia she picked up at the pet store from an untreated kennel cough. The pet store sold her too me knowing she and the whole litter was sick. I have contacted them several times about this and they refuse to take responsibility for all her medical treatments that ran me almost $3000.
By: esteemm592
American Kennels
"I would think that no one stays in business for 50+ years if they aren't doing something right. I would definitely recommend them for purchasing dogs from, grooming and doggie day care."
Tips & Advices
Pet owners usually sign a waiver stating that any injury or illness a dog suffers while at daycare is the responsibility of the owner. However, most facilities carry liability insurance and pet business insurance in the event of a serious incident. To prevent illness, facilities are strict about requiring proof of vaccination and general health from a veterinarian prior to accepting a dog. However, in an off-leash setting, scuffles or fights might occur. Reputable facilities will often hire vet assistants who can treat minor injuries and under-the-weather dogs.  For anything more serious, a good daycare should make it a priority to get the dog to a vet, and get in immediate contact with the owner.

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