We’ve analyzed all available reviews for this breeder and summarized our findings below for your convenience!
This specific breeder has received mixed reviews from customers. Some customers have had positive experiences, praising the health and happiness of the puppies, as well as the friendly and professional staff.
However, there have been negative reviews highlighting concerns about the breeder's practices. One customer discovered that the breeder was associated with a puppy mill and had unsatisfactory conditions for the puppies.
Another customer bought a puppy with a heart condition that was misdiagnosed by the breeder. There have also been complaints about misrepresenting the breed of the puppies, leading to disappointment and financial loss for buyers.
It is advised for potential customers to conduct thorough research and exercise caution before purchasing puppies from this breeder.
The Perfect Puppy Reviews
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I bought a French Bull dog and she is perfect so far happy great personality, was clean and the staff was very friendly and professional,
David Dos Santos
I love their pets, we bought an amazing Golden Retriever that is healthy and super happy. Then we got recently a Ragdoll from Sictuade location, A+ that location and their staff. Highly recommend.
We got our black lab from here 2 years ago. She has been such a wonderful addition to our family!
Beware of buying puppies from this location. if it’s not a akc breed with proper papers you may be misled. I bought what I was told was a Pomeranian and it ended up being a sheltie mix. Totally different disposition. Had to re-home and out $2,000. No refunds! Buyer beware!
Beware. I visited The Perfect Puppy in Rhode Island with hopes of purchasing a Siberian Husky puppy from them. When I got to the facility I noticed it was family-run, and that the puppies were kept in box-like crates. There are no windows in the facility, so the puppies are just in the boxes with shredded paper, and only removed from those boxes if someone visits to see them. Then they are moved into a playpen for you. I asked for information on the puppies parents and Breeder, to which I was required to make a $500.00 deposit to gather that information. I did, and discovered the breeder was Daniel Gingerich, a puppy mill farm breeder. I asked that the store run extensive health care tests for me (to ensure the puppy was health because duh, puppy mill), to which the employees did not seem enthusiastic (the puppies are $3500+ so the few hundred to ensure they’re healthy should definitely not be an issue for the company). Due to some personal reasons and the information gathered so far about the puppy, I tried to cancel my purchase. I was informed that my complete $500.00 deposit (which I admit was non-refundable) would be held on file for 60 days if I wanted another puppy. I contacted another Perfect Puppy location just 2 weeks after that, to inquire about another husky puppy they posted. The owner then said that only half of my deposit, $250.00, was kept on file, which was NOT what we agreed upon. When I questioned this, because I was told by the owner’s nephew/or son that the entire deposit would be kept, they provided no further support or compromise. All in all, I had an unpleasant experience with this place. The customer service is sub-par, the puppies conditions and history are disappointing and not reassuring, the prices are gouged, and the management is not reliable. Please make sure to do your research before conducting business with this company/family. Thank you.
Bought a Shiba Inu puppy and was told he had a grade two heart murmur. I was told not to worry and that most puppies grow out of them when they’re a grade two. I brought him home and decided to bring him to get checked at Warwick animal hospital and was told that the murmur was definitely not a grade two. Was referred to Ocean State vet for an echocardiogram. Turns out he has a subaortic stenosis and has a life expectancy of 3-5 years. Completely heartbroken.