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10/18/2013
By: ishipdestiel
Wild Side
I started off shopping at this store briefly a couple of times, and I liked the atmosphere. The selection of exotic pets drew me in and, looking for a new job, I decided to give this place a shot. Well I got an interview and after talking with the owners of the store for a little over an hour, I knew all I needed to know that theirs is an EXTREMELY poorly run store. Now let me say this before I continue; I have not even received an answer from them as to whether or not I got the job, so this is not a matter of my trying to get back at them for not giving me a job. If they do offer me the position, I will be declining with pride. They are, above anything thing else, UNPROFESSIONAL, don't have a clue what they're talking about, and rude to their customers and employees. They made accusations about other local pet stores that were downright lies and spent a good 15 minutes of the interview antagonizing and mocking me for the way I care for my animals, even after they told me that it's the kind of stuff they get questions about all day. I don't even want to know how they treat their customers if they treated me, a potential hire, with such blatant arrogance. I take good care of my animals, I've put quite a bit of research into learning about all of them from a variety of experts. What they decided to chew me out on was not something that was potentially harmful, but nothing more than a matter of preference. (Prepare yourself for some extreme sarcasm) But they DID keep going on and on about how nobody else knows how to properly care for animals but them, so CLEARLY they are all knowing and if you do anything differently from them, you're an animal abuser and you're killing your pets. (End sarcasm.)On a more serious note, they even admitted to verbally abusing their employees, saying that if their employees wouldn't make mistakes or talk back, then they wouldn't have to yell at them. And this was right after they explained to me how one bad employee can leave a bad impression of the whole store on a customer, as if that logic does not apply to them as much as any of their hires. There are far more complaints about the store owners yelling and cursing at employees and customers than there are about the rest of the employees. They are an embarrassment to themselves, but their heads are so far up their asses, that they'll never see it. Anyway, the point is that I feel like I dodged a bullet on this one. I am so glad I got to see just how dysfunctional the dynamic of this store really is before I got too far in. If you don't mind supporting their delusions of grandeur by making them think that they're special because someone still wants to shop at their store despite all warnings, then by all means, go ahead. Be ignored by most of the staff (or yelled at, depending on who's there that day), buy their ludicrously overpriced animals, and be merry. But if you like supporting people who have some amount of dignity, respect, and knowledge about their career, I suggest you take your money elsewhere.
12/15/2012
By: janielou
Wild Side
We bought a bunny for our 11 year old daughter. The bunny made "Bunniculla" look like a sweetie. The bunny was viscous and bite a chunk out of my husbands hand. The pet store would not let us get our money back! Never going back!
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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