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The Dog House
120 Hale RD
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The Dog House
The Dog House : Kennels & Pet Boarding, Manchester, CT
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by motocrossmom78 at Citysearch
buy a sick puppy here
I cannot believe this place is still allowed to operate. I am an experienced breeder that has had more than a few heartbroken customers of the DOG HOUSE come to me to buy quality, family raised, HEALTHY, Lab pups at half the price after losing a pup bought from this Hell hole. Their pups are sick, some have parvo, and they are housed together without socialization with people. This place is about profit, and I have heard nothing positive ever!! PLEASE, adopt a rescue from the pound. If you are set on a purebreed, then find a local breeder-NOT a puppy mill vendor!! This place sells sick puppies without a second thought!!
by JessicaNicole at Citysearch
I bought a dog from here on December 21, 2010. He was a boston terrier, and was named Logan. He was eleven- weeks old. He was the cutest, perfect, most playful dog i ever had. On Christmas that year he wasn't himself. He was sleeping all the time, he wasn't eating, and he was puking and pooping everywhere! Sometimes there was blood. So on Christmas night i spent at the animal hospital. The vets said that they have heard of this place before, and that it was no good. My dog ended up having a disease called Parvo. Short for Parvovirus. Parvo is a contagious virus mainly affecting dogs. The disease is highly contagious and is spread from dog to dog by direct or indirect contact with their feces. It can be especially severe in puppies that are not protected by maternal antibodies or vaccination. It has two distinct presentations, a cardiac and intestinal form. The common signs of the intestinal form are severe vomiting and dysentery. The cardiac form causes respiratory or cardiovascular failure in young puppies. Treatment often involves veterinary hospitalization. Vaccines can prevent this infection, but mortality can reach 91% in untreated cases. We took Logan back to the dog house, and they said he was going to be fine. They took him and ""took"" care of him. Two days later he died, at twelve-weeks old. AND THEY DIDN'T TELL US! We had to call everywhere to find out. I HATE THIS PLACE WITH ALL MY HEART! DON'T BUY A DOG FROM HERE! THEY GET THEIR PUPPIES FROM PUPPY MILLS! \rp.s. I took my other dog (who got from a real breeder,) there to make sre she ot along with Logan, and we were there for alittle more then five minutes and she caught kenel cough!
by briebrienna5365 at Citysearch
this makes me want to cry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i bought a dog from there a few months ago. we took her to the vet they said she was under weight almost ready to die! my mom said we would have to get rid of her but i pleaded with her to let me keep her. the 2nd time we brought her to the vet they said she had giardia a parasite that could kill her they also said she maybe could have kennel coughf. ever since ive had this dog she has been improving so much since i got her! so my advice to you is DONT BUY A DOG FROM THE DOG HOUSE enless you want a sick dog!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! p.s. i did alot of reasearch and found out that the dog house buys dogs from PUPPY MILLS
by NicoleLaVerde at Citysearch
I have been bringing my dog to The Dog House for a few weeks; I work 2 jobs one day per week, so he was being boarded overnight once a week. He loved going and the staff was always very nice; however, last Thursday (2/23/12), I brought him to the daycare, just for the day, and picked him up after work. We came home and everything was fine until Friday evening when he was up hacking all night long. Saturday morning he was very lethargic and not eating/drinking. I brought him to a local 24 hour animal hospital and was asked if he had recently been boarded/brought to daycare or to a dog park. Sure enough, he was at daycare just a couple of days prior! It turns out my 8 month old puppy contracted pneumonia and possibly Influenza (bloodwork is still pending for Influenza) while at The Dog House - which in turn means that another dog had the virus and was brought into the facility for the day. Furthermore, this means that several other dogs are 100% infected because the pneumonia is extremely contagious. So, $1500.00 later, numerous medications, doctor visits, breathing treatments, hospital ICU care, etc..my puppy is home, but still sick! He is getting better every day, but I'm upset about this happening.\r\rIf a dog is sick, they should not be brought to doggy daycare for any reason whatsoever, and being a facility that cares for many dogs, The Dog House should not have allowed any sick animals into the facility.\r\rI have lost numerous nights of sleep, money, and have cried over this more than you can imagine. My dog is getting better each day, but it's still a struggle. No one should have to go through this.\r\rI just forewarn to be careful with bringing your dog here for daycare/boarding; if sick animals are being let into the facility, this could happen to anyone.\r\r
by Hot Spot at Citysearch
The Dog House
I am new to the site and I just would like to thank every one for their reviews because it has just helped me, as I was on my way to give the dog house a deposit on a dog. Luckily I went on line first. Now I just ask if any one could inform me of where I could go to buy a Yorkie from a good breeder??
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