Peaches Pets Feed & Supply

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208-529-1999

1954 N Yellowstone Hwy

Idaho Falls, ID

83401

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I stopped in to this pet store and was appalled at the conditions of the animals. Two large puppies were being kept in a small glass enclosure, but even worse were the birds. There were two cages of zebra finches that were filthy, with the side bars and bottom encrusted with feces. The cages were too small and had eight finches in each. The finches were aggressive and were actually plucking each other. Several of the birds had bald spots they had been plucked so hard. When I brought this to the manager's attention it was completely ignored.

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I stopped in to this pet store and was appalled at the conditions of the animals. Two large puppies were being kept in a small glass enclosure, but even worse were the birds. There were two cages of zebra finches that were filthy, with the side bars and bottom encrusted with feces. The cages were too small and had eight finches in each. The finches were aggressive and were actually plucking each other. Several of the birds had bald spots they had been plucked so hard. When I brought this to the manager's attention it was completely ignored.

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Jenny, please don't ever buy pets from a pet store. They usually come from puppy mills, where all the horrors you can think of happen. Peaches, may have been told by the middle man that they were up on all their shots, and 10 weeks old. They get them from these middle men, so that they can say they don't buy pets from puppy mills. It's just a way for them to get around the laws/guidelines that are in place. Although, Idaho was ranked in the bottom five states in the U.S., for laws protecting pets. Then it's the poor unsuspecting customer that ends up in the middle of this, who have no idea they are supporting the horrific conditions of puppy mills all over this country(especially in the mid-west). I suppose Idaho is probably rampant with puppy mills as well, since we are ranked in the bottom five in the country, for protecting pets. It's sad, that a person like yourself, who I am sure loves animals just didn't have all the information about buying from a pet store. There are breed specific rescue groups all over too, so you probably could have gotten one cheaper than you did, and who was healthy. I am not sure how screwed up the laws are in Idaho, but in most states it is illegal for a pet store, or breeder to sell a sick dog. If they do so, they can lose their kennel license. So, my recommendation to you is to tell Peaches, that you are going to take them to court and turn them in to the ASPCA. This may scare them enough to reimburse you for your medical costs, or else they won't be able to sell pets anymore, that would be ideal.
Next time you decide to get a pet, go to the AKC website, or call them for a list of reputable breeders. Best case though, would be to go to one of the many rescue groups to get one.If you don't plan on showing them, then you don't need the papers anyway.
I don't even go inside Peaches pets ever. I wish I knew who their middle man was, so I could follow them for awhile to find out where he is going to get these puppies. Especially the so called, and use the term loosely "Chihuahua breeder". I am sure that all of these poor little dogs, are caged 24/7. There are many other terrible horrors that go on in these places. If Peaches really cared about animals, or the people that love pets, then they wouldn't buy dogs from puppy mills, even though they can say they don't cause they get them from a middle man in most cases like these. It's all just about the money.
Please don't buy from pet stores people, please, and spread the word. The more people that know, the fewer instances there will be like this. Also, if it's not profitable anymore to have pets in those little aquariums, then they'll have to stop.

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Jenny, please don't ever buy pets from a pet store. They usually come from puppy mills, where all the horrors you can think of happen. Peaches, may have been told by the middle man that they were up on all their shots, and 10 weeks old. They get them from these middle men, so that they can say they don't buy pets from puppy mills. It's just a way for them to get around the laws/guidelines that are in place. Although, Idaho was ranked in the bottom five states in the U.S., for laws protecting pets. Then it's the poor unsuspecting customer that ends up in the middle of this, who have no idea they are supporting the horrific conditions of puppy mills all over this country(especially in the mid-west). I suppose Idaho is probably rampant with puppy mills as well, since we are ranked in the bottom five in the country, for protecting pets. It's sad, that a person like yourself, who I am sure loves animals just didn't have all the information about buying from a pet store. There are breed specific rescue groups all over too, so you probably could have gotten one cheaper than you did, and who was healthy. I am not sure how screwed up the laws are in Idaho, but in most states it is illegal for a pet store, or breeder to sell a sick dog. If they do so, they can lose their kennel license. So, my recommendation to you is to tell Peaches, that you are going to take them to court and turn them in to the ASPCA. This may scare them enough to reimburse you for your medical costs, or else they won't be able to sell pets anymore, that would be ideal.
Next time you decide to get a pet, go to the AKC website, or call them for a list of reputable breeders. Best case though, would be to go to one of the many rescue groups to get one.If you don't plan on showing them, then you don't need the papers anyway.
I don't even go inside Peaches pets ever. I wish I knew who their middle man was, so I could follow them for awhile to find out where he is going to get these puppies. Especially the so called, and use the term loosely "Chihuahua breeder". I am sure that all of these poor little dogs, are caged 24/7. There are many other terrible horrors that go on in these places. If Peaches really cared about animals, or the people that love pets, then they wouldn't buy dogs from puppy mills, even though they can say they don't cause they get them from a middle man in most cases like these. It's all just about the money.
Please don't buy from pet stores people, please, and spread the word. The more people that know, the fewer instances there will be like this. Also, if it's not profitable anymore to have pets in those little aquariums, then they'll have to stop.

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I used to visit Peaches daily, trying to decide on the perfect pet. I thought it was sad that they had almost full grown puppies in small aquariums, but thought for sure they took great care of them. I finally decided on a small Chihuahua, who I was told was 10 weeks old. The poor thing almost died on day 2 at our house. He was not old enough to be weaned from his mother, and was severely malnourished. He had not had some shots they said he had, and he was in dire need of help. It took hundreds of dollars to save him, not to mention the hundreds we paid to have him. I was given papers for him, and discovered he was the offspring of a long line of brothers and sisters who were bred together. I was devastated to learn he was so close to death, yet Peaches would not take responsibility for any of it, even though they had a guarantee on their pets.

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I used to visit Peaches daily, trying to decide on the perfect pet. I thought it was sad that they had almost full grown puppies in small aquariums, but thought for sure they took great care of them. I finally decided on a small Chihuahua, who I was told was 10 weeks old. The poor thing almost died on day 2 at our house. He was not old enough to be weaned from his mother, and was severely malnourished. He had not had some shots they said he had, and he was in dire need of help. It took hundreds of dollars to save him, not to mention the hundreds we paid to have him. I was given papers for him, and discovered he was the offspring of a long line of brothers and sisters who were bred together. I was devastated to learn he was so close to death, yet Peaches would not take responsibility for any of it, even though they had a guarantee on their pets.

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