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The New York Dog Shop

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Venue details

  • Address:

    The New York Dog Shop 46 W 73rd St
    Upper West Side
    New York
    10023

  • Cross Street:

    between Central Park West and Columbus Ave

  • Venue phone:

    212-595-0800

  • Venue website:

    thenewyorkdogshop.com

  • Opening hours:

    Thu–Sat 10am–7pm, Sun–Wed 11am–6pm

  • Transport:

    Subway: B, C to 72nd St (Central Park West)

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Rated as: 1/5 (1 rating)
  • I purchased two gift certificates from a CHARITY auction for this store. When I attempted to use them the manager informed me they were one per person (let's ignore that I paid for them and the money was for a good cause). The manager would not allow me to gift one to another person, rather she voided and ripped one up, informing me I could seek out the charity for a refund. She took her tax deductible benefit from the donation then she refused to honor the certificate. Not only is this rude, it is illegal. The products are wildly overpriced (Paul Mitchell shampoo that is $8.50 on amazon is $14.95 in the store), and the manager is downright scummy. I was purchasing more than the value of the certificates, and frequently make purchases there, despite the huge markups. Never again. I have never seen an organization refuse to honor charity donations. If anything, when I have aides with charity events, other organizations have KINDLY extended expirations - for the sake of charity.

    JenD Wed Jun 5 2013
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  • I purchased two gift certificates from a CHARITY auction for this store. When I attempted to use them the manager informed me they were one per person (let's ignore that I paid for them and the money was for a good cause). The manager would not allow me to gift one to another person, rather she voided and ripped one up, informing me I could seek out the charity for a refund. She took her tax deductible benefit from the donation then she refused to honor the certificate. Not only is this rude, it is illegal. The products are wildly overpriced (Paul Mitchell shampoo that is $8.50 on amazon is $14.95 in the store), and the manager is downright scummy. I was purchasing more than the value of the certificates, and frequently make purchases there, despite the huge markups. Never again. I have never seen an organization or business refuse to honor charity donations. If anything, when I have aided with charity events, other organizations have KINDLY extended expiration dates - for the sake of charity.

    JenD Wed Jun 5 2013
    Report