For purchased live animals from Petsmart such as fish, return should be done within 14 days from the date of purchase. The customer needs to bring the fish back to the store with a receipt, proof of ownership, and a copy of the receipt. Customer must pay the full purchase price for the live animal.
If the customer does not have enough money to cover the purchase, they will be asked to pay a restocking fee of $5.00 per fish. This fee is non-refundable and must be paid before the animal can be released back into the wild.
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Can you return a fish to the pet store?
Most petco stores don’t accept unwanted fish, as they are wary to take in sick ones, due to the risk of infections. Depending on whether or not the store has the proper paperwork, some stores will accept unwanted fish. If you have any questions about how to get your fish back, please contact your local pet store.
Can I return fish to any Petco?
Live fish, Invertebrates and Plants refunds can only be given by contacting Customer Service, and can’t be given at any Petco store location. Plants and live fish cannot be returned to any store by Petco. Please have your order number available when contacting Customer Services.
Can you return a goldfish?
If the fish is dead, you can exchange it for a live fish. You can exchange a sick fish for a healthy one. If you don’t want to exchange your fish for a different one, you can ask for a store credit or a refund. The price you paid for it will be credited to you. You can also buy fish from other players, but you will not be able to trade with them.
Why is PetSmart not selling fish?
PetSmart Canada stopped selling fish because of federal oversight. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has issued a warning to Canada’s largest grocery retailer, Loblaw Companies Limited (Loblaw), after the company announced it would no longer sell fish and shellfish in its stores.
The CFIA said the decision was made in response to the federal government’s recent decision to ban the importation of certain species of fish from the United States, including Atlantic salmon and Atlantic bluefin tuna, as well as the European Union’s ban on imports of the same species.
In a statement to CBC News, a spokesperson for Loblaws Canada said: “We are disappointed that the Food Safety and Inspection Service of Canada (FSIS) will not allow us to continue to sell Atlantic Salmon, Atlantic Bluefin Tuna and other Atlantic species in our stores in Canada.
What do you do with goldfish you don’t want?
Donate your fish to a pet store, school or learning institution, or advertise that you will give your fish away for free. You can reach out to social media groups dedicated to fish related topics. If you don’t have the time or money to adopt a fish, you can still make a difference in the lives of the animals in your care. You can also donate to animal shelters and rescue groups.
Is it OK to flush a live fish down the toilet?
It Could Damage Your Septic System or Plumbing Septic systems are only meant to handle human waste, water and toilet paper. If it gets stuck in the pipes, it can cause serious problems. If you have a septic system in your home, it’s important to know how to properly maintain it. If you’re not sure what you need to do to keep your system working properly, talk to your plumber.