You know I really think these stores need some feedback on these horrid conditions. Maybe even snap a few pictures. Email or snail mail - or even a phone call. My husband had a bad experience in a chain restaurant not long ago, and I really couldn't let it go without calling the chain's main phone number out of state. They sent me notification in the mail that my complaint had been corrected. We should be able to do the same, esp. with a large chain like Petsmart. Thoughts????
that sounds great honestly. I dont think its so much the employees faults...so complaining to them doesnt have much effect...many people hired are hired with little experience and certainly not a degree or anything...maybe we should propose they start hiring at least one employee per store with some sort of real knowledge, an expert, something so that the fish (and any other animals) have the best conditions possible without breaking the bank.
I'm planning to write a complaint. It's going to be short and to the point since I'm a little shy about confrontation. Hopefully this may boost the chance of having at least some change at the store I found Dixie. It's worked in the past with other people in similar situations.
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