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  • 1.Something Fishy

    511 E 21st St


    0.53 mi


    Great place to buy salt water fish. Very helpful and friendly ...

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By: Mary C.
Something Fishy
SICK FISH!!! RIP OFF Purchased 2 fish they died in 3 days All my other fish in the same tank are alive .Lady had every excuse in the book they had been sick when I bought them I even brought them back to show her they were diseased..She didn't care $95 worth of fish she could have at least offered some sort of refund..She said she gets enough business don't care about reviews..What a way to run a business..We traveled 35 miles back to the store to show her the diseased fish..DON'T PURCHASE FISH THERE THEY WILL DISEASE YOUR TANK AND THEY DON'T CARE!!
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By: Linda B.
Affordable Pet Center
Very nice staff, helpful, and friendly. Had the size Food Vault that we needed to fit on our lower kitchen shelf. The 3 BIG PET BOX STORES did not carry the middle size, they only carried very big or small. Surprised this small but filled, mom and pop store had what we could not find anywhere and at a great price. Will be going back their again. Linda Benner
By: kelli.bowman
Something Fishy
Great place to buy salt water fish. Very helpful and friendly ...
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