I stopped in the other day to check out this place. I also noticed a bad odor when I walked in and it is SO overcrowded! The clerk was very friendly (about the only good thing), but I really wish they would hire more help to take care of the animals! She certainly was not able to keep up with them herself because they seemed in VERY bad condition. :-(
I noticed how overcrowded the 10 gallon tank was for Syrian hamsters, but what really ripped my heart out was how unhealthy they looked and many of them had "battle" wounds from being kept with others. Syrians are SOLITARY! They had no toys, just yucky food and their wire wheel was on it's side so they couldn't even run in it.
There were a couple of free hamsters that looked healthier than the "for sale" hamsters, but I still wondered why they were free and if they were sick or on the verge of death.
The birds water needed to be changed DESPERATELY. It was nasty, and the cage was overcrowded. I felt bad for the puppies in the back of the store that were kept in CRIBS. I suppose it's better than a tiny wire cage, but still. Cribs are for babies, not dogs.
I agree with some other reviewers how the place looked out dated, dusty, and old. I only wished I could rescue all the animals, but spending money to buy them (or supplies) will only keep this place in buisiness.
Do NOT buy from here and maybe they will go out of business soon!!!!