Port Washington, NY
We adopted our Springer Spaniel mix puppy 5 months ago. She came to us with mange & a resistant case of worms. We brought her back to health & provided a loving, wonderful home for her. When she was approximately 6 months old, we began to see signs of aggression. We called them, & they promised us a call back. Still waiting for that call a month later. During that time, we employed a private Obedience Trainer, recommended from our Vet. It was determined that she was not improving, in fact, her aggression led to an attack. The thought of bringing her back to North Shore, to face illness & neglect, or relegated to a cage facing adoption & another family getting hurt, made our decision to euthanize our puppy the only solution. Today, we put our precious puppy to sleep. North Shore took our money, a charitable donation, & never looked back. Their practices are unconscionable. In retrospect, it would've been nice to be counseled PRIOR to adoption on the breed & what we should've expected down the road. It's not enough to just take the money & wash your hands clean. We cried out for help & were given essentially the finger. Devastated beyond belief for our loss. Rest in peace my precious darling.