4 Responses to “Puppy Apparel Shop to Open in Corona del Mar”
May 30th, 2011
I am relieved the liquor store idea was axed, but summer dog clothes? I realize some visitors who loiter around that intersection drinking cups of green slime may appear to be Zombies and may be inclined to buy almost anything, but I doubt they will be buying many puppy outfits. Maybe some spiked guard dog collars or something like that, but not puppy clothes.
July 2nd, 2011
BOOOOOO you guys suck - there are so many designer breeds that are dumped then die in local shelters because people like you open up pet stores and supply the public with dogs that were milled out
August 6th, 2011
The woman that owns this shop, Brooke Ann Bradford, is fully aware that she sells dogs purchased from a puppy mill. She has repeatedly lied about where the dogs come from, and she refuses to stop doing business w/ them. The only way to get a message to her is to hit her where it hurts: her pocketbook. DO NOT SHOP AT THIS STORE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES!
August 27th, 2011
Please understand what the puppy mill business is and what a mistake it would be to support ANY pet store that sells dogs. Dogs that are sold in pet stores come from one of the thousands of puppy mills that exist in this country. Please choose to rescue from your local shelter, you won't be disappointed.