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By: Cathy L.
Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center
Had both of my babies nutered and their shots here and I couldn't ask for better treatment of my babies and myself
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By: speakthetruth666
Elliott's for Pets
I love Elliott's for Pets. Not only are their prices reasonable but the staff is amazing. They are always polite, friendly, courteous, and genuinely nice honest people. That is a rare quality these days. When I call to ask about food for my snakes; or other things; they are wonderful. The best prices and the nicest people; what else could you ask for?? Elliott's for Pets, is the best pet store, and if you're shopping anywhere else; you're paying too much and getting bad service. Thanks Elliott's for Pets for being the greatest!!!! 5+ stars!!
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By: Tammy M.
Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center
Pleasant folks; clean facility. Assisted me looking for my lost cat.
By: John C.
Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center
Great shelter! A lot of amazing people work here for free to help out the animals. Adopted a dog after going to their Walk-a-thon at Fairmont Park. Recommend!! Clean facility, great staff, and friendly animals waiting for a home.
By: Maria T.
Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center
Went there several times to adopt the perfect pet, each time told to bring something different. This is a no kill shelter so the pets will live forever, YELP and you will see. Try a different shelter where the pets need a home.
By: fields5
Elliott's for Pets
Elliot's is the best. The carry the healthy pet foods not all the junk food. They have the best prices. I spend less on top quality food at Elliots. If you are in the market for accessories like I bought a rabbit cage, the price could not be beat and the quality was outstanding.You have a question about your animal, they have the answer. Everyone is very friendly and very helpful. Thanks Elliots
By: customer20131948
Treasures of the Sea
This guy Chad is the owner. He does not do what he promises to do. He sells you products and does not stand behind them. I had a show tank of 120 gals that was one of the best in Riverside for 7 years with the help of the former owners Chris and her husband . Chad talked me into changing the lighting from metal halite to LED lighting and after a month or so I started loosing my aquarium. I asked him to come to my house which he promised he would do. Unfortunately he did not ever come to see and I lost my aquarium. I would not do business or recommend this place to my worst enemy.
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By: fkverville
Treasures of the Sea
This is a great little Mom & Pop shop. They are extremely knowledgeable, and they will not sell you something that you do not need or that would be incompatible with your existing livestock. They do custom orders if you need a specific coral or item and their price is very reasonable. They are the best salt aquarium store I have visited so far. TWO THUMBS UP!!!
By: mchlhthr2
Treasures of the Sea
Treasures of the Sea is a nice little shop. I am building a coral tank and was on the hunt for some killer pieces. They have a small display for coral, but was priced really high. Thier fish looked great and picked up a nice goby will there. As for the overall a decent little shop. Wish they had more coral though. As for the customer service it was ok at best. I would rank it number 2 or 3 out of the stores I visit.
By: kattyk
Elliott's for Pets
I love this place! A great local business and a great place to find everything for you pets. They are now located in the old Ski and Sport building in the Brockton Arcade.
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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