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Healthier Pets. Happier People. Better World.

General Info
Visit your Fresno, CA Petco Animal Supplies for all of your animal nutrition and grooming needs. Our mission is Healthier Pets. Happier People. Better World. Located at 4144 N. Blackstone Ave, Petco focuses on nurturing the powerful relationship between people and pets. We do this by providing the products, services, advice and experiences that keep pets physically fit, mentally alert, socially engaged and emotionally happy. Petco provides a variety of nutritional needs for your pets as well as grooming, adoption, and training services. Visit your local Fresno Petco Animal Supplies today.
Hours

Regular Hours

Services/Products
  • Cat Food
  • Cat Toys
  • Dog Food
  • Dog Grooming
  • Dog Training
  • Grooming
  • Kennels
  • Natural Products
  • Pet Food
  • Pet Supplies
Brands
Bil Jac, Eagle, Eukanuba, Friskies, Halo, Hbh, Hikari, Hill's, Iams, Kaytee Exact, Lafeber, Lm Animal Farms, Nutromax, Ocean Nutrition, Old Mother Hubbard, Pet Promise, Pro Plan, Proplan, Purina, Sensible Choice, Solid Gold, Tetr, wellness
Payment method
amex, discover, apple pay, debit, master card, visa, check
Neighborhood
McLane
Categories
Pet Stores, Pet Food, Pet Grooming, Dog & Cat Furnishings & Supplies, Dog & Cat Grooming & Supplies, Aquariums & Aquarium Supplies
Other Information

Specialties: Marine Fish, Couches, Love Seats, Pocket Pets, Furnishings, Vermin, Exotic Animals, Puppy Sales, Dog Sales, Aquatics, Small Animals, Sofas

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rnr515

05/08/2010

Overall
BEWARE! Not worth your pet's health.

On March 6, 2010, I took my dog to the Fresno Petco Grooming Salon for a bath and haircut. She was in perfect health. The day after her grooming, my son and I noticed our dog begin to itch. At first, I thought it might be from the grooming bath or shampoo, although she doesn’t usually itch from things like that. As the week progressed, she continued to itch on a consistent basis. Her skin began to turn red all over her body. With each day, the redness got worse and she continued to scratch. Her hair began to fall off in clumps. We bathed her with just water because we thought she may have been allergic to the salon shampoo in case you used something new. That did not help. We checked her for fleas by the weekend and although we did not see any, I began to think she picked up fleas from the grooming salon. I bought flea shampoo and gave her another bath by Sunday. That did not help the itching to go away either. I even wrapped her paws with medical tape so she couldn’t do any more harm while scratching. She stayed up all night on Sunday night in pain. By Monday March 15, 2010 in the morning, I couldn’t watch her suffer any longer and took off a couple of hours from my work to take her to the Pet Hospital where the Veterinarian diagnosed her with Mange. I am convinced that she did not contract it from our home since we do not have any other pets, our dog has not been around other pets, and I have an exterminating company service my house and yard on a regular basis to keep pests out. I contacted Petco and it took two months to finally speak to the right person. He denied this came from Petco although I am 100% certain that it did. They refuse to reimburse me to almost $400.00 of medical costs. Keep your pet safe and away from this business. It is not worth the risk or the expense.

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