Best 30 Dog Breeders in Salem, NH with Reviews - YP.com

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07/23/2015
By: Emily M.
The Puppy Palace
I got my Shiba Inu from here last year and she is absolutely wonderful. No health issues whatsoever, in fact the vets say she's incredibly healthy. The store is well kept and the puppies are well taken care of. I have a friend who used to work here and she'd tell me about all the behind the scene stuff that happens at Puppy Palacs, and it was really clear that the workers care about their job and the puppies they care for. She also told me that a majority of the bad reviews are just from angry customers who don't get the answer they want. When you purchase the dog, you sign a contract and that includes that they don't reimburse vet expenses unless you get the warranty. If you don't get the warranty, then it is your own fault that you have so much money in vet bills. Puppies get sick, just like babies. It happens! People thing it's some taboo but it's really not. This pet store cares way more about its animals than any other pet store I've ever seen.
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01/18/2017
By: Lauren S.
The Puppy Palace
I've purchased two puppies from this store and my friend also purchased one. They have grown up to be healthy, happy and amazing pups. Whenever I went I always made sure Lexi was working because she is the nicest person there and is full of helpful information. However, if she feels you pose a threat or cannot trust you to hold one of the pups then she will deny you. Her job is to make sure the puppies are safe. Punks come in all the time with their friends looking to mess around with the puppies, so if you're one of them then yes you will hate Lexi. But, Lexi got to know me on a personal basis and when knew the breed of dog I had been searching for for a few years. When she finally got one in she let me know right away and now I am the proud mommy of a cavalier King Charles. No matter what people say about this place, I've had nothing but amazing experiences and healthy dogs.

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