I inquired numerous times both by telephone and by e-mail and not once did I received a response back. I wanted to adopt a puppy named "James" from a supposed Ohio hoarding case. He was one of a litter of puppies. Below is the last e-mail that I just sent to them:
"I am extremely disappointed and beyond upset regarding your business practices!
I telephoned and e-mailed you numerous times with questions in regards to adopting James, the Beagle/Spinger Spaniel Mix from the Ohio hoarding case.
You however, never responded once! You need to change the message on your answering machine from "I'll return your call" to one that says "I will not return your call."
If your sole purpose is to find respectable adoptive "forever" homes for animals, then the most you could have done was to let me know that he had already been adopted as were his litter mates. I'm assuming that is the case since none of them are no longer listed on your website. Had you taken the time to respond, I would have considered adopting another puppy from you instead. I will adopt a puppy but not from your facility, not now, not ever.
By your failure to respond to any of my inquiries, regarding James, it really makes me wonder if you are indeed a reputable and licensed operation.
I have learned from this experience to check with the State and the BBB for bad facility reviews and to check the reviews of others who adopted from the facility in question. I will also have to give you bad reviews on pet websites, the BBB, Facebook, etc., and with other family's who ask me for a recommendation when seeking to adopt a pet.
I wish James and his litter mates well and I will now take my adoptive search elsewhere.
Again, thank you for not taking the time to respond as it has opened my eyes to the fact that not every so called rescue truly cares about the animals and their "forever" home.
Thank you for the disappointment!"
Worthy Tails needs to be shut down and I will make every effort to see that it happens or at least is investigated. I have contacted all of the local newspapers, television stations, etc. in regards to the horrible business practices of the "so-called" rescue and my concern for the animals it has. And moreover, I have placed my complaint on social media...if there is one way to make people aware of this "fake" rescue, social media is the way to go.