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NO BONES ABOUT IT PUPPY PATCH. IN JULY OF THIS YEAR WE BOUGHT A DASCHOUND AND WE HAVE NOT GOTTEN PAPERS FOR OUR PETS TO REG. THEM MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ALL PAPERS BEFOR PAYING FOR PUPPYS FROM PUPPY PATCH WE PROB WILL NEVER GET THEM SO BE CAREFUL ***************** THIS IS MY OPINION THAT I WILL NOT BUY FROM PUPPY PATCH AGAIN
Not a bad experience for my first time.. I set up on a Sunday morning. It was kind of slow at first, but business picked up. I made quite a little bit of change for myself! I did call and reserve a table, which I would highly recommend doing and I got there around 7:00 a.m. Will definately do this again!
Management : Are they doing breakfast or business. If I were you, I'd never do business with these people. On June 8, at 6:15 AM, I went in and reserved a covered slip on the gravel lot (#15). I was the first person there to set up. I was there for about 1 hour 20 min, when a gentleman pulled up in front of the slip I'd reserved and aggressively told me that he had #14 and #15. I told him that I was the first person there this morning, that he had to talk to Connie, the woman I reserved my space from while she was sitting eating her breakfast. Evidently, she had erroneously written down that I had reserved #18 when she had told me #15. The woman two slips down from me hollered at a guy on a golf cart telling him that I had reserved #15 and that the man was insisting that he had reserved #14 and #15. This man called Connie on his cell phone, telling her that the man was ready to fight with over the slip (which he was). Connie told her employee that she had given me #18. I said that this was not true; she had told me #15. By this time, the man had already set his tables up in front of #15. Connie told the employee that I would have to pack up and move to #18. I said no that I would leave first. The man on the golf cart said, "Connie telling you to leave was wrong--she messed up." So, I told him to ask Connie to come down. I felt physically threatened by the man who insisted I move. About 25 min. later, Connie arrived. I had almost completely loaded my stuff in the truck by then. She told me that the man who had insisted I leave had been coming for over two years. I told her that I didn't care. I said I could tell that it was all about the money rather than treating people with respect by standing behind what you tell people. Ten mins. later, after talking to the man, Connie came to me and told me that he was leaving--I could have the slip. I'd already loaded by truck. I told her it was too late for that. I had spent over an hour setting my up my booth and had taken it down in 25 minutes.
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