Perfect Puppy Store In RI Sells Sick Puppies, Sues People Who Leave Bad Yelp Reviews For Deformation, Calls Them Lezbos, Creates Fake Good Reviews To Discredit Them
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Let me start by saying, I’m all about the small, family-owned businesses. I would never want to demonize a small business someone worked so hard to create and I think they deserve our patronage and respect, but there are exceptions. I believe the Perfect Puppy store with locations in Warwick and Scituate, RI is that exception.
Puppies aren’t commodities that should be left to sit on a shelf all day like a bottle of ketchup. They shouldn’t be laying in their own crap in a 3 by 3 cell until some hyper little kid sticks their fingers through the bars. It’s disgusting and I don’t believe there should be profit made from this cruelty. These places don’t operate like breeders and shelters, who actually care about the animals they’re responsible for.
They claim to get their puppies from “independent kennels and USDA breeders.” What self-respecting breeder would sell a puppy into a life of lonely parvovirus hell, especially to a store called “Perfect Puppy”? I’m not sure what an “independent kennel” is and dare I mention the puppy mill argument, but I’ll let you draw your own conclusions.
Anyways, there is an abundance of evidence that the puppies sold out of this dump are sickly. There’s even a Facebook page called Boycott Perfect Puppy, created by a jilted customer who had the pleasure of speaking with the gentlemanly and completely level-headed owner, Scott Bergantino.
First, here’s what some customers of Perfect Puppy have to say, compiled from Yelp, Google reviews, and Facebook:
I don’t know about you, but I’m sensing a pattern.
The owner, Scott Bergantino, seems like a friendly business owner who definitely has no free time with which to troll every bad review received. Here’s his Google reviews where apparently everyone who disagrees with him is a liar, an animal activist, or deformating his carrots.
The Better Business Bureau is more of the same garbage. Scott Bergantino is NEVER wrong and totally doesn’t profit off of sick puppies.
“Be a big girl bitch – have a baby and see if she ever gets sick.” Wait……WHAT?
Now, let’s go back to the Boycott Perfect Puppy Facebook page. The fact is, everyone is entitled to their opinion and if someone wants to make a Facebook page documenting their experience with a particular company, they can. I genuinely feel sorry for the woman behind this page, who herself is a ripped off customer of Perfect Puppy. Here is some of her experience with owner Scott Bergantino.
Wow, what a real gentleman. I bet he does a lot of community service when he isn’t slamming his customers with homophobic slurs.
So, here’s the part that really pisses me off, besides the whole selling sick puppies to pay the bills. Notice all the dates on the evidence I’ve presented so far? It’s early to mid 2016, really concentrated around April-June 2016. Now you’ve seen how obsessed Perfect Puppy is about it’s reviews. That’s probably normal for any business, except maybe it would be more beneficial to invest in fixing the problem than trolling every single bad review…
Perfect Puppy has fucking terrible Yelp reviews, 1 star for both locations. That’s because Yelp only calculates your score when people vote the review as “useful”. So there are DOZENS of unused reviews on Yelp and a good 95% are positive… Let’s look at how those break down:
What the fuck happened in May 2016? The store magically began pumping out healthy puppies and cleaning the shit off their floors? In my opinion, NOPE, they just started fabricating false positive reviews to combat all the shit they were getting from legitimate customers. It’s painfully obvious given the accounts used are clearly brand new with only 1-2 reviews (2 because they often post on both Yelp pages) and no friends, pics, etc. They’re often even done on THE SAME EXACT DAY.
Now sure, fantastic, Yelp doesn’t allow the fucking scam being pulled to affect scoring, but SOMEHOW the Better Business Bureau is a free for all with seemingly no checks.
The SAME pattern exists on the BBB, but those scores count. Here’s a summary of that nonsense:
Look at those dates? And EVERY name is initials. PLEASE tell me if I’m paranoid. I want your honest opinions, because this whole operation seems sketchy as hell to me.
Scott Bergantino thinks everyone who questions if puppies shouldn’t live in their own shit and die from kennel cough is an animal activist. It doesn’t take an animal activist to realize this shop isn’t all rainbows and unicorns. These animals deserve better.
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