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  • Love this business, they are family owned and care about the dog like they are their own, I always get a great groom for my pup and she is always happy when she comes home. Dian and Cindy do her most of the time and I always satisfied with their work.
    - Randall P.
  • Our kittens were scheduled for a spay. Provider was prompt in taking them at the assigned time.. Service was performed on both without any problems. Kittens were ready for pick-up at the given time. Very pleased with company and services provided.
    - Diana A.
  • This is a despicable organization. MaxFund essentially held our cats hostage until we paid them more money. We fostered cats for MaxFund for months and then decided to adopt our third batch of kittens. After having these two cats for a while, we called to check in and see if it was time for them to be spayed and to see if we could adopt them. (We later found out from an employee that they had lost track of the kittens we were fostering. Yikes.) They confirmed multiple times over the phone that we would be allowed to adopt them. Typically, if you foster them, you get to adopt them for free, but they asked for a $50 donation over the phone and we agreed to pay that. We dropped them off to be spayed and got a call a few hours later that we were not going to be allowed to adopt them. (When we dropped them off to be spayed, they also had no record that we had scheduled the procedure.) We had already accepted these cats into our family and hearts after hearing that we would definitely be allowed to adopt them. We even built them a climbing wall and got them name-tags. Hearing that they had changed their minds about our adoption was shocking and heartbreaking. We went over to the shelter to try to get an explanation and were told we could wait for the founder to return from lunch and then speak with her. We learned that the vet Mario (who we'd already had a nasty experience with over treatment for our sick fosters) had made the decision that we couldn't adopt the cats. An employee (apparently the founder's grandson) came to tell us to leave even though we'd been told we could wait. When we asked said grandson for a reason we were being denied the adoption after being assured multiple times, he was adamant that he didn't have to give us a reason and even laughed at us over how upset we were. (We were in tears trying to figure out how to get our girls back.) Finally, he said we were being denied because we were "unfit" to adopt the cats. As evidence, he said it wasn't right that we had re-named them (we didn't even know their original names, but who cares if someone renames their adopted pets?) and used nail caps (which are PETA-approved). One kind employee who was witnessing this exchange finally got the founder on the phone and the founder said we could keep the cats if we paid an additional $250. We paid it. We would have paid much more than that to have avoided the threat of taking our girls from us. I guess we were "fit" to volunteer as fosters for them, saving them money, but not to adopt cats that they could potentially get money for. The fact that they ended up giving us the cats for an additional $250 shows it was a power trip for them. They are disgusting.
    - Laura S.
  • This is a despicable organization. MaxFund essentially held our cats hostage until we paid them more money. We fostered cats for MaxFund for months and then decided to adopt our third batch of kittens. After having these two cats for a while, we called to check in and see if it was time for them to be spayed and to see if we could adopt them. (We later found out from an employee that they had lost track of the kittens we were fostering. Yikes.) They confirmed multiple times over the phone that we would be allowed to adopt them. Typically, if you foster them, you get to adopt them for free, but they asked for a $50 donation over the phone and we agreed to pay that. We dropped them off to be spayed and got a call a few hours later that we were not going to be allowed to adopt them. (When we dropped them off to be spayed, they also had no record that we had scheduled the procedure.) We had already accepted these cats into our family and hearts after hearing that we would definitely be allowed to adopt them. We even built them a climbing wall and got them name-tags. Hearing that they had changed their minds about our adoption was shocking and heartbreaking. We went over to the shelter to try to get an explanation and were told we could wait for the founder to return from lunch and then speak with her. We learned that the vet Mario (who we'd already had a nasty experience with over treatment for our sick fosters) had made the decision that we couldn't adopt the cats. An employee (apparently the founder's grandson) came to tell us to leave even though we'd been told we could wait. When we asked said grandson for a reason we were being denied the adoption after being assured multiple times, he was adamant that he didn't have to give us a reason and even laughed at us over how upset we were. (We were in tears trying to figure out how to get our girls back.) Finally, he said we were being denied because we were "unfit" to adopt the cats. As evidence, he said it wasn't right that we had re-named them (we didn't even know their original names, but who cares if someone renames their adopted pets?) and used nail caps (which are PETA-approved). One kind employee who was witnessing this exchange finally got the founder on the phone and the founder said we could keep the cats if we paid an additional $250. We paid it. We would have paid much more than that to have avoided the threat of taking our girls from us. I guess we were "fit" to volunteer as fosters for them, saving them money, but not to adopt cats that they could potentially get money for. The fact that they ended up giving us the cats for an additional $250 shows it was a power trip for them. They are disgusting.
    - Laura S.
  • I had a kitty that had severe vomiting and diarrhea. I was able to get an expedited urgent care appointment on the day I called. Everyone I dealt with by phone or at the vet hospital was GREAT. Very compassionate, caring, competent and attentive to my kitty (and me!) IV fluids were given, blood and urine were taken for tests, prescription food received. Got the test results back quickly. Dr. Rothman called, explained the results clearly, and further advised regarding diet and care. Kitty was back to his normal self in short order.
    - Janice K.
  • Kristin is a phenomenal pet sitter. I was nervous because I moved to a new city and had no friends to watch my cat. I am very glad I went with Kristin! She gave him all of his vitamins and even an extra probiotic. I’ve used her twice and she always messages me back right away, spends a lot of time playing with roary, and she sends me photos and health updates daily! My cat is very nervous and shy but after a few days of her visits he absolutely loves her! He even purrs and makes happy noises around her. I will use her again most definitely. Bonus! She even checks my mail and waters my flowers. thank you Kristin!
    - Brielle B.
  • When we first got there he was at the liquor store the place was filthy so I dropped my baby there and she was done Dan called so we went and got my precious and took her home she got sick from them DIRTY KENNELS NEVER GO TO HIM HE WILL MURDER YOUR DOG SHE WAS HEALTH BEFORE SHE WENT IN. SHE CAME OUT SICK
    - Theresa w.
  • Great! Professional, conservative, friendly. Spent as much time as necessary to ensure I understood the opinion, plans going forward and options. Opted to get rabies and Lepto vacs done as they were due. And purchased needed W/D prescription food.
    - Maura E.
  • Dion gave me exercises to desensitize her around new situations. Also tips on how to handle her. .I saw improvement in 3 sessions. It doesn't take long for Dion to see what issues are causing your dogs behavior. Yep! That includes your behavior. I'm still working on getting her comfortable with new situations. The cure doesn't happen in a few weeks. I'll return for additional dog training with Dion.
    - cathy k.
  • I used Pawsitive Petcare 4U to dog sit my three dogs when I found out I had to book a flight last minute and leave for the weekend. The pet sitter was very professional and gave me daily updates and pictures while I was gone. I HIGHLY recommend Pawsitive Petcare 4U if you love your animals because their service is the best!! :-)
    - Matt G.
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