Complaint / review text:
Firstly, the people especially the owner Rachel was the rudest person I have ever encountered in my life. 2nd they lied to me on the phone about the price. They said 650.00 on the phone for this particular pup and then raised the price to 900.00. Then I asked if the pup was a toy or a teacup. I think they thought I wanted a teacup, so they told me teacup that he would be 4-5 lbs full grown. Well he's 12 weeks old now and is 4 1/2 lbs. I asked if he was from a puppy mill they said no. I find that very hard to believe because I had bought a puppy there 15 yrs ago and he died that's why I went back to them. My dog I bought 15 years ago was from MO. Just like the pup I just bought. The cages were crowded with too many pups per cage. Then I noticed the cage closest to the window that had Maltese pups that were older and I wondered what they do with the ones they don't sell.
A few days later I saw on the news a cage of Maltese puppies were found in Brooklyn abandoned. It looked to me the same dogs the same cage and the same way they use shredded white paper with a baby blanket in there. Plus they were already on the news a few yrs. Ago for selling sick dogs. And the business has multiple names Puppy Boutique. Puppy Petite. NYC Puppy, etc. This woman Rachel the owner treats them like they're not puppies. She just flings them in the cages like its a stuffed toy. This place really needs to be checked into why do these pups have to suffer just so she can make money. All the puppies were from the same place in MO. How can it not be a puppy mill?