How social media will destroy your business [with proof] if you’re a d*ck &/or hurt animals

How social media will destroy your business [with proof] if you’re a d*ck &/or hurt animals

Manchester Dog Spa & Day Care recently has gone viral but for the wrong reasons.

A video shows the supposed owner of the Groomers threatening to “not bring the dog back” AKA holding a dog for ransom, to ensure the customer is going to pay! Yet the customer is clearly saying he will pay but only when he gets his dog back.

Other posts describe/show how the owner has supposedly lost other dogs, injured them in her care etc.

It’s kicking off with dog and animals lovers rightly annoyed at the situation and threatening to report her to the RSPCA, the page has gathered more than 2500 1 star reviews + Yell Reviews are creeping up to 50 1 star reviews.

This video was posted:

Do not take your dog to the Manchester dog spa &daycare ( the pamper van in urmston, the woman picked up my dog at 10am...

Posted by Gaz Egan on Friday, 12 February 2016

Then this post

Do not under any circumstances use the Pamper van or Manchester Dog Spa for any services. Not only has she lost numerous...

Posted by Vicky Fraser on Friday, 12 February 2016

It has now led to tons of other people reporting similar issues with the company, and of course the abuse has started on her Facebook page from other pet lovers.





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