Puppyspot.com

3 reports / 3 comments
Also Reported
Names:

Ed

Vinny S

Phones:

866-306-6064

866-204-5999

Website/emails: www.puppyspot.com
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Unresolved

Internet Puppy Mill--PUPPYSPOT

  • by: hillarys52
  • #42914
  • Dec 05, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $8,000
I purchased a Shih-Tzu puppy 2 years ago from Purebred Breeders which is now called Puppy Spot. Toby arrived from the breeder covered in urine, feces and vomit. He was shaking and very ill. I was told Toby was 12 weeks old by Puppy Spot but my vet said he was actually 8 weeks old and should never have been taken from his mother. He had severe separation anxiety. This issue got increasing worse over the next 2 years. It got so bad that Toby screamed, barked and cried whenever I was in the shower or grocery shopping etc. I called PuppySpot over 15 times and they said they had a re-homing program but this is not true. Finally I found a lovely home for Toby with 2 older people that do shower with him, sleep with him and NEVER leave him alone.

I am very happy to say that Purebred Breeders is now closed. The next step is to close Puppy Spot. They just charged the same credit card that I used for Toby 2 years ago for over $4000. I had to dispute the charge with the bank to remove it as fraud.

PLEASE help us stop this Internet Puppy MILL. We closed Purebred Breeders and now we just have to end Puppy Spot. Both are owned by the same crook. Thanks so much for everyones help. We can stop these terrible people from killing puppies, We together can stop the heartbreak, the ridiculous costs, and the cruelty to these wonderful dogs.
Web/emails reported:
www.puppyspot.com
Phones reported:
866-204-5999
Unresolved

Another online puppy broker buyers be careful

  • by: BusyDog
  • #29354
  • Mar 25, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Looking for a pup saw this site on Fox. Called to see a dog and talk with the breeder. I could not find out who the breeder was it seems Puppy Spot sell the the pups to the public just like pet shops. I did not use the site because I don't believe a good breeder would sell to pet shops or puppy brokers.
Names reported:
Vinny S
Web/emails reported:
www.puppyspot.com
Phones reported:
866-306-6064
Unresolved

Fraudulent Collection of Breeders data and information

  • by: Sveta
  • #20052
  • Dec 01, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $0
I was trying to enroll as the seller of my puppies on PuppySpot.com. At the beginning, there was 30 min "screening interview", 2 days later they requested pictures of inside and outside of all our house, including the sleeping beds. After all that data has been provided, they stated that the only one little thing is left - just upload them my Driver License and Passport. I have stated that enough is enough. There were NO any of these requirements BEFORE I have started enrollment process with them. PuppySpot.com is a scam designed to collect person's information and data.
Names reported:
Ed
Web/emails reported:
www.puppyspot.com
Phones reported:
866-306-6064

Comments:

Robert D

Nov 27, 2017 3:49 AM

My experience was amazing! I got my puppy Amber when she was 4 months old and she just turned a year old last Wednesday. She is incredibly healthy. So happy i turned to PuppySpot. Bcastgrrl I hope this helps, sorry for the delayed response, didn't notice your comment 'til just now.

Bcastgrrl

May 06, 2017 8:04 PM

How was your experience Robert? We just got off the phone with them, and while the dog is adorable, I couldn't help but feel it was a bit of a "hard sell" from a Call Center. The operator insisted they only deal with the best breeders (which explains why they wanted so many photos & info from the irate breeder), and I have to admit I like that.

Robert D

Mar 13, 2017 3:44 AM

According to Sveta, just because they collect a good amount of information on the people that will be selling puppies on their website, it's a "scam". I actually just bought my puppy on this website and I am incredibly excited to receive her. I received A1 customer service, and besides that, a TON of people have given this business perfect reviews online. This "complaint" should not be even considered as such because it is completely irrelevant. I actually WANT the breeders of my future puppy to be screened, which will be a form of guaranteeing my pup will be in good health.