The Dog Spot is ordered to pay $5,924.00 in a lawsuit over the death of a dog in it’s care. In testimony, Chad Baker admitted it was never the practice to separate dogs by size in play areas, despite the claim on their website – which he says he copied and pasted from other websites, without reading the details.
Dear Spot’s Pet Supply, we restored all those bad reviews you deleted. You’re welcome.
When Kathy boarded her dog, Tara, at The Dog Spot – Mt. Juliet for a week, she says she returned to a dog that was weak, hungry, traumatized, and unable to walk.
A former employee of The Dog Spot East Nashville comes forward to talk about dogs getting stuck in cages, why her personal car was covered in blood from a dog injured at the facility, and how Chad Baker tried to make her interview “like a 2 AM tinder date”
A 2nd employee has come forward with details of conditions at The Dog Spot – this time, the West Nashville location.
COURT: A former The Dog Spot employee speaks out about dogs physically hit & kicked, allowed to go days without food, and being reprimanded for notifying an owner about a sick dog.
In the “we’ve been here before” file, The Dog Spot has now filed yet another lawsuit against someone it doesn’t like. Previously it has sued it’s customers for saying bad things in reviews, then Facebook users for saying bad things to each other, and all of those lawsuits went no where, and even the judge didn’t appear pleased with them. Now, they are suing their competitors… for saying bad things about them. In March, a judge just dismissed a $2 million lawsuit, with prejudice, filed by The Dog Spot against…
Overnight, The Dog Spot (East Nashville) began tearing down inner walls and barriers, in the dog play areas. Using crowbars and hammers, the concrete blocks starting coming down. Today, they’re going back up to create new inner spaces. It appears a huge remodel / new layout is currently underway. No doubt, this is in response to the customer (and city wide) backlash to a dog dying in their care recently, due to it being allowed to play with a much larger dog. Here’s some photos of the work in progress:…