I think that peta is too liberal..but the investigations they do are always right on and never surprise me as to what happens. Poor guineas and other animals treated badly.
That is where I got my Rose and Unicorn . Rose was a dumped Guinea Pig .
It is the only place I can find Oxbow pellets.
Their website is www.animaljungle.com .
I know I have read rants and raves on craigslist about their fish being crowded but we used to get our fish there when we had tanks and we never had any die or be sick from them .
I'm hoping I don't have nightmares now. I should know better than to watch things like that.
Edit: Ok I found the address, Holland Road IS the place I was talking about. I didn't realize they even sold Oxbow? Anyway, I hate that place.
I have looked and didn't see any animals seeming to be filthy . I don't plan on ever buying another animal from a pet-shop now that I know there are rescues for more than cats and dogs.
However I didn't know that Care a lot sold the bedding I thought that it was a Vet office. It is actually closer to me that Animal Jungle . Thanks for the info .
I cant afford the price of Oxbow at Pet Care . So I have been buying it at Animal Jungle . I wonder if I can order it cheaper online ? I buy my hay from a farmer in Suffolk .
My dog is on a fresh foods diet due to gastric problems so I make all her food .
Care-a-lot has a weekend low cost dog and cat clinic, but that's it. You'll have to look for the aspen, but you'll like it. HUGE bag for $10. I shopped there regularly for nearly 3 years and it was never in the same place twice! If you only see pine and cedar, ask the staff. They have it in the back. Remind them it's in a blue bag. They're just a little slow on stocking now that they moved to this retail store. The staff is somewhat lacking I feel, but it's the only pet supply store that carries things for exotics. They have dog and cat toys, beds, that kind of thing too. Oh, and the biggest selection of "fish" antibiotics you've ever seen. For your "fish" of course ::cough cough::
I understand the prices at Pet Care (hence calling them emergency food). I ended up ordering from Pet Food Direct. It wasn't unreasonable, especially if you're able to save on hay. LandosMama and I tried hard to find a brick and mortar store for Oxbow, but couldn't.
I did see that they keep breeding animals out . I thought that was better since you can see them and you know they aren't in a pet mill ? I am really dumb about this stuff I guess .
However I will get my bedding at Care A Lot now . If I can find cheaper Oxbow elsewhere I will. Thanks for the information ! :)