358 Warner Milne Rd.,
Oregon City , OR 97045 UNITED STATES
Based on 9 reviews
Everything in Animal House is well, except PUPPIES!I know for a fact those puppies are from puppie mills. and way over priced. Some come from breeders, but others do not and people need to know this before purchasing any pet. Puppie mills need to be band!!! Its pure torcher to those animals, and when you buy a dog from a pet store there is no garantee where it came from. There are shelter out there of all breeds and before buying a puppie from a store, please, please look around at the ones who really need homes. The ones at animal house need homes really bad too, but what happens to them when they are not sold? Where do they go? I sure hope they do not go to the pound an there is no way of knowing. When you buy puppies from a place like this, you are supporting puppie mills. so be careful an curteous please.
RE: ALL THE FUSS HERE!My daughter's boyfriend bought a weiner dog from Animal House. We adore him. He is now four years old, but has a slipped disc, which is common to this breed, and had nothing to do with the store who sold the puppy, nor the reputable breeder, who provided extensive background on this doxie's history. I have gone into animal house several times for sweaters for my doxies or particular food or pet care. The employees were ALWAYS very helpful and nice. I never saw the store as anything but busy and yes, a bit overpriced and a bit messy at times, but nothing out of the ordinary.
Animal House is greatI've been going to both the oregon city location, and the milwaukie location for years.. In fact I remember the sign going up in milwaukie and walking past for days waiting for it to open. The fish have always been wonderfully taken care of at both, and sadly only oregon city will continue to Carry the salt water. I've gotten to know a lot of the staff and know that they KNOW what they are doing, yes, sometimes there is a new person, but they learn. Yes the male and female bunnys and mice are kept together, but like someone else pointed out if there are any 'surprises' you can take them to the store for credit to get supplies you need. Their prices on some things are a little high, but most things are decently marked. And if you don't shop around who's fault is it you overpaid? As for the person saying they sold a small can of flake food for 22, your nuts. I buy the large 7.06 tetramin for 19.99, and if you don't want to pay that, you can buy it in bulk by the pound. I have nothing but
Animal House is awsome for fish and supplies for all animals...i have 3 fish tanks at home. and got alot of my fish from here and not ounce have i had a proplem. the place is well cleaned and not ounce have i had problems with sick fish or animals from there..not ounce have i had a worker say let me check on that question and get back to you. very knowledge staff. keep up the good work. oh and don't forget if you raise fish check out the fish of the month club...
RE: Everything in Animal House is well, except PUPPIES!The puppies are not from puppy mills, I am a licensed breeder and I sell to both animal house stores, like many breeders do. Also, before bashing a company maybe you should learn proper grammar. It just shows how ignorant you are when you spell torture as torcher. It is a bit messy at times but for Christ's sake it's a pet store. They take exquisite care of all the puppies in their care. I will say from time to time non-breeders sell to Animal House and they take them because otherwise they would be taken to the pound. Many of which are kill shelters.
Beware - dog purchaseI find it interesting that they still sell dogs out of cages. A freind of our bought a small mixed breed dog (for $300) there a few weeks ago. So far it has been diagnosed with two different parasites. Each time the owner of this store has denied any fault. Be very careful if you decide you must go there.
Never shopping there again!I went into the store to pick up some vitamins for my Tegu and a feeder rat for my boa. I am new to the area and was excited to see a pet store so close to where I live plus, I love helping out the small business owners and keeping things local. Here was my experience... First off, I was disgusted by the smell of the store, it was that of something rotten and decaying, not to mention all of the fly's swarming around. This might be expectable if it were summer and the doors had been open but it is December and cold. This means there are fly larvae in the store and hatching somewhere! Not what I would call a clean atmosphere! Anyways, I asked the kid working for some help to find what I was looking for, it was a very specific vitamin. He was far too over confident and gave me an earful of B.S trying to sell me his product and bad mouthing the one that I have always used. The humor in this is that he had never even heard of the product but still found reasons to tell me how wrong
Animal Death HouseFirst off, I couldn't believe when I read this from a reviewer:
don't know how they've stayed in business for so long..Our first time going to Animal House it was for fish. Shortly after getting our tank up and running we made a trip to the local pet store, Animal House. Within weeks after purchasing them, our fish died. We cleaned the tank and started over, this time purchasing fish from a different more reputable pet store with much better results.
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