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Another Horror Story From Petland Novi

From: Pam
Sent on: Monday, February 20, 2012 7:44 AM


Complaint Review: Petland Novi MI

Petland Novi MI Purchased a puppy from this store with a life threatening illness. They offered us a $300 store credit after we spent $3100 in vet bills and our dog still needs another surgery costing $4000 Novi, Michigan

Submitted: Sunday, February 19, 2012
Reported By: Cheryl — canton Michigan United States of America

We purchased a puppy from this store and now he is sick with a life threatening liver problem. We have already spent $3100 in vet bills. He has required two emergency surgeries. He needs a surgery to correct his birth defect. The company said that it would give us a $300 store credit. The defect was found before his second birthday, but was a birth defect.

They will not tell us the breeders. He is ACA registered which is not the same as
AKC registration. So we have no way to contact the breeders. So they can continue to breed sick puppies and sell them to other people who will get stuck with big vet bills and we will probably have to put our beloved dog to sleep. The sad part is if they would pay for the corrective surgery our dog would be cured.

The sad part is they would only have to sell 4 puppies and use the money to do the right thing and save our dog. Apparently they don't really care about the dogs they sell or their owners.

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