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Recent Pet Store Reviews in Oyster Bay

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    Khloes Kittens
    this place is a unbelievable location for spoiling my animals. the staff was cover 19 aware and respectful to my needs for these great family members. my children are beyond happy with the care and professionalism they preformed and I will be telling all my other animal lovers theres no other place that I would use other then Kloes kittens for my pets. thank you and see you soon
    - Sean F.
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    Canine Corral Kennels
    I walked in to Canine Corral, I was immediately greeted with a warm, welcoming smile, and great information. I came in looking for a hypoallergenic dog. They were very informative and assisted me to pick out the wonderful dog that I brought home. Our Bichon Bubbles has been a fantastic addition to our family. He is truly a wonderful blessing. While speaking with the woman who helped me I learned that they had been placing puppies in great homes since the 1960s and were one of the first in the tristate area to do it. This blew me away. I am absolutely thrilled with my experience. Thank you Canine Corral. Will definitely recommend Canine Corral to my family and friends! -Thomas
    - Thomas L.
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    NY Breeder
    I visited this place in March 2020 in hopes of finding a reasonably priced puppy for my 7 year old son during the Covid-19 quarantine. I was originally interested in purchasing a Maltese puppy, but when I was told that they run at $4,500, I asked to see a puppy in a lower price range and was shown a 3 month old Shih Poo. The owner of the store offered to sell it to me for $2,800 (which was still too expensive in my opinion), stating that everyone wants a puppy right now and that business is so good he can't keep the dogs in the store. I very much wanted my son to have the dog so I agreed. The store clerk then proceeded to pull out about $500 worth of dog products (most unnecessary) as a puppy "starter" kit. The staff was aware that this was my first experience purchasing a dog and they definitely took advantage of my lack of knowledge of what I would need. All in all, I walked out spending about $3,500 after taxes. One of the "perks" of purchasing a dog at NY Breeder is that they offer the first vet visit free, provided you go to the vet that they refer you to within 10 days of purchase, which I did. I waited 4 hours (making an appointment is not possible there) and when my dog finally did see the vet, I was told the dog had ear mites. I was shocked as I did not understand why NY Breeder did not check for this prior to selling me the dog. The vet informed me ear mites is a fairly common condition for dogs who are in an enclosed space with other dogs. I purchased the medication to kill the mites and gave it to my dog. The following day, I noticed my dog coughing frequently, so I rushed her to the animal hospital. I was informed that she possibly had kennel cough, which could lead to pneumonia and can be deadly for dogs. The dog was prescribed an anti-biotic. Furthermore, the vet informed me that the dog apparently had ear mites for so long, it resulted in her having an ear infection, that the vet that NY Breeder referred me to, did not see the previous day. That required an additional ear cytology test and medication I had to purchase. Now I'm at over $300 in vet costs within 2 weeks of purchasing the dog. I called NY Breeder to inform them of the medical issues the dog was having and they advised me to send over the vet bill, which I did. It took almost a month and many phone calls and emails sent on my end, most with no response, for me to finally get an email from the owner, Gary. He promptly informed me that he would not be reimbursing me for the vet costs, as the medications could have been purchased over the counter. I felt completely taken aback by his response, as he exhibited not one ounce of consideration or understanding. He's selling three and four thousand dollar puppies who are sick and doesn't have the decency to reimburse at least half of the vet bill. The indecency of it is appalling, especially considering that people are struggling financially and emotionally right now. Please be cautious if you find yourself at this store. They are only concerned with making money. Go to a reputable breeder that has consistently good reviews.
    - Bianca C.
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    NY Breeder
    This store sold me a sick puppy with kennel cough and parasites and giving her a clean bill of health. The store smells like fives but I didn't realize they could charge me nearly $6,000 for a sick puppy because I gave them the benefit of the doubt. She was making the sound in the store but as a first time dog owner I was exploited as I didn't know what it meant. They have a system where they set you up with a vet and they pay for a few costs and so they ramp up the price of the puppy because they know they have health stuff and do not take care of the,. The paperwork you sign means you don't get your money back unless you return the dog, they are cruel and the worst kind of people. The manager literally called and said too bad and also yelled at me. Stay far away. Also check out this article: [*** Link removed ***]
    - Elvira V.
  • A
    Pet Palace
    They also do grooming and what not, and I would take my cats there. When I was huge and pregnant and couldn't carry anything, we had a flea issue, the lady who grooms the pets actually came to my house to pick the cats up for me so I wouldn't have to lift anything. They were so nice about that. She was so nice to help me out.
    - Alison A.
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    It is a nice little family run place. They sell premium and non-premium food. They cover all the bases. You can get dog food, cat food, bird food, horse food like they have everything. They also offer grooming services.
    - Scott W.
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    T and T Pet Supply
    The people who work there are very friendly.  The owner is there most of the time.  They know me and as I walk in they ask me "how many do you need today?".  They also have days where dogs are shown that are up for adoption.  Great neighborhood business.
    - Jack G.
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    A Friend at the Shore Pet Sitting
    He does an excellent job. I did hire him again to come in the future. He's been around for 10 years. He's a retired engineer who cares about the animals a lot. I'd give him reference anytime.
    - Gary M.
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    Doctors Foster and Smith
    You can telephone orders, mail orders and do online ordering which is what I generally do for supplements. I used phone them when I was not good with online ordering. Last time I ordered was two weeks ago. They have dental dog biscuits with mint and an oil supplement for fur and skin which nobody else has. They also make product that I use called the Lawn Guard which helps the dog liver in and not burn grass. I give it year round; just lessen the dosage in the winter. They have products that I can't find anywhere else. They have a full range of things and I order specific things from them continually. I order from them the biscuits, supplements, lawn guard, vitamins and pet chips plus. They have a better price on them for shipping for a while, over $49 shipping is free, and they ship very quickly. I get my standard shipping delivered to the front door, within a matter of days. They confirm your order and it goes out immediately. Deliveries are quick to come and they are packaged well. They use dissolvable peanuts for the environment, which you put in the sink, run the water and they disintegrate. I have not had to use this part of them but they also have vets on call that you could speak to if you have questions about things. They sell a whole range of pet products including other medications as well leashes, animal beds, treats, foods and supplements. It's a A to Z business begun by veterinarians.
    - Gordon B.
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    The people are very nice. The place is very clean. They seem to take care of all the animals very well.
    - Teresa D.
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