If you’re dissatisfied with something you bought at a store, simply bring it in its original packaging and in good shape to any PetSmart location to return it.
PetSmart now owns Chewy?
TAKING STEVE TO PETSMART FOR HIS ADOPTIVERSARY
Yes. If you’ve ever been to a PetSmart shop, you know that they sell snakes, lizards, mice, rats, hamsters, and other fascinating animals. You have 14 days from the date of purchase to return one of these creatures if you find yourself in a bind.
Our return policy is uncomplicated and worry-free: You may return or exchange your pet supplies within a year after purchase if you’re not completely delighted. Please let us know your order number if you wish to request a return or replacement.
According to Chewy, Inc., the reason for separating the two firms is “for PetSmart to divert value to its shareholders at the expense of its creditors by giving PetSmart’s shareholders direct ownership of Chewy shares (rather than PetSmart owning the shares)”.
Give our courteous customer care team a call at 1-800-672-4399. We’ll be delighted to provide you with an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) number and return instructions, as well as answer any questions you may have.
Customers can return wet and dry dog food for a full refund or exchange beginning in 2021 under the PetSmart return policy. If the package has not been consumed, returns must be made within 60 days, otherwise it is accepted for a 14-day period if the box has been opened. Customers who do not have a receipt can receive a store credit as long on as they return their items within 60 days of purchase.
To return a dead fish to PetSmart, you must first wrap the fish’s body in a secure container. This will ensure that the fish is delivered to PetSmart staff safely and swiftly. When the personnel have disposed of the deceased fish, they will give you back the container if you wish to keep it.
Stress is the leading cause of death among aquarium fish. Tank Preparation: Failure to properly prepare a new tank might result in difficulties. Water Quality Issues: When water quality deteriorates, fish begin to die. Overfeeding: This is an easy mistake to make but one that must be avoided at all costs.