Consumer complaints and reviews about Puppy Petite in Brooklyn, New York. Puppy Mill Puppy Sold to me. Dog Breeders.
Please Dont – I purchsed my yorkie from here. Unfortunately he was diagnosed with liver disease at 5 months. This is a disease that any reputable breeder would test for. Through liver supprt websites, I have met 3 other yorkies purchased from here with liver disease. Purchasing my yorkie was definately an impulse buy and my only regret is that I didnt do more research prior. Bloo is the apple of my eye and we give him the best care we can afford.
I just want to point out that all the 5 five reviews were all posted on the same day 8/17/10. This is not a coincidence, someone sat there and wrote up all these great stories. Do more research, go to the new york better business business bureau website and look them up (Puppy Boutique and Puppy Petite) they go by two names.
I just asked that you do the research before making the purchase. Many dogs from this facility have health issues. All dogs need love but they need to stop breeding/selling unhealthy dogs.
There were a few "good" reviews - most of which came from people in Brooklyn, so I would not be surprised if in fact these people were personal friends or employees of the horrible puppy store these people run. There is an article on the internet about this particular business as well as many other puppy mill stores that practice bait and switch and who sell congenitally unhealthy dogs. I would urge every would-be dog owner to do their online research before purchasing a pet from anyone they do not know personally. In today's information age, there is no reason why a place such as this should still be selling puppies to an unaware public. Do your homework - trust me, if there is a shady business out there, a Google search will find it within seconds and save you financial and emotional heartbreak.
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Puppy Petite – i would highly recommend getting a puppy here. there prices are not bad considering they are pure breeds and everyone is very nice and helpful. i got my Maltese (Sophie) there almost 2 years ago and she is happy and healthy to this day =). She was dog litter trained within days of getting her and she is VERY smart and listens to what i say. i taught her to sit, give paw, lay down, kiss, dance, and much much more!
When i was at the location where i got her, there were many other people coming back to buy second and third dogs from that place, which made me feel that the place had to be good! There will always be bad reviews because there is always people who screw up and blame it on someone else (don't bring their puppy to get the rest of their shots, etc...). My experience was great and my babygirl is AMAZING and i love her with all my heart
and to "so mari"... a lot of businesses change their name or go by more than one name... it doesn't mean they are trying to hide anything. They have a Security Guard (which is a police officer) working inside to make sure no one steals the puppies (since it can get VERY busy and they let the puppies run around to play)... which obviously means they are NOT a scam if the police work for them. Also, when i bought my puppy there almost 2 years ago, people were coming back to buy second and third puppies... they only sell those 4 breeds which would explain why those are the only breeds that are being rated... so don't judge a book by it's cover! Many people who write bad reviews because they don't want to accept that they hurt the puppy by not taking it to get all of its shots or see if it had kennel cough (which is just a cold from being around a lot of other dogs and is common is pet stores, breeding stores, and shelters).Altogether, HSUS investigators visited all 29 pet stores that we could find in New Jersey that sell puppies. Our research staff reviewed documentation concerning the origins of more than 1,400 puppies shipped to the stores from out-of-state breeding operations. What we found was consistent with a string of past investigations that expose the pet store-puppy mill connection: