Puppy Boutique AKA Puppy Petite, Brooklyn, NY Update
Puppy Boutique aka Puppy Petite In Brooklyn The one year guarantee they advertise is absurd. I traveled all the way to NYC to pick up a puppy that I thought would be the same one that Puppy Petite emailed me a picture of. It wasn't, however I purchased him anyway. Before traveling to NYC, the owner emailed me and told me the prices for their "teacup yorkies" were between $500-$1500; however, they were realistically between $1000-$2500. I purchased my baby for $1600...only for him to die 2 weeks later due to congenital problems. When my puppy initially got sick I took him to the vet and was told he'd have to be hospitalized. I immediately called Puppy Petite to see how they wanted to handle paying for his hospital bill because in their "guarantee" they state that they'll cover all medical expenses if it's due to congenital disorder. Puppy Petite told me that they would not reimburse me unless I took the puppy to one of their vets in NYC. Can you believe they wanted me to bring my puppy 400+ miles to NYC in order for them to cover the vet expenses? My vet estimated the costs to be $2000+ dollars and there was no guarantee that my puppy would survive. Due to the high costs, I chose to have my puppy stabilized and transported to NYC with an IV to Puppy Petite's vet so they could cover the costs. My puppy eventually died due to a congenital disorder and Puppy Petite refused to give me a new puppy or a full refund for the purchase price. ***After doing a bit more research; I found the source of where my puppy really came from. The paperwork supplied with the contract, listed Sandra Parson as the breeder. I took the information from the paperwork and had it further investigated. As it turns out, the breeder is not local, she's located in IOWA. Therefore, my puppy had to travel 1200+ miles from the 'breeder' to Puppy Boutique when he was only 8 weeks of age (he as 8 weeks when I bought him, there's actually no way of knowing when he arrived at Puppy Boutique). Click here to review complaints: http://www.consumeraffairs.com/pets/boutique.html If you've had a bad experience, please report them here: www.ripoffreport.com They also have a negative rating with the Better Business Bureau. ***Please help protect other consumers from purchasing from this company by reporting them. You can report Puppy Boutique to the: 1. Better Business Bureau, visit their website 2. Consumer Affairs, visit their website 3. Report them here: http://www.petshoppuppies.com 4. Write letters to the local newspapers in Bensonurst,Brooklyn where they are located 5. Write a letter to the Daily News - they have a pet section 6. Contact ASPCA at (212) 876-**** 7. If you're in New York, dial 311 and make a consumer report 8. Google 'Puppy Boutique' or 'Puppy Petite' and post your review on various websites such as The Yellow Pages, Citysearch, etc. 9. Humane Society - has forms you can print to report the Pet Store and Breeder 10. Encourage anyone who has had a negative experience with Puppy Boutique AKA Puppy Petite to file a complaint on Ripoff Report's website and other places listed above. Information on New York Puppy Lemon Laws can be found here: http://www.petshoppuppies.org/Lemon_Laws/New_York.htm In addition to this, Libby Williams with New Jersey Consumers Against Pet Store Abuse has invaluable resources for New York consumers' rights after purchasing a puppy. Please visit NJCAPSA at http://www.njcapsa.org
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