Diamonds In The Ruff


Rating: 2.0

Average rating from 4 reviews.

(2.0 out of 5, based on 4 reviews)

25th St. NWCanton, OH 44666

969 miles away
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Reader's Reviews (4)
Rating: 5

Positive review

posted 2 years ago

She cares about finding a great home for her rescue animals. Yes, she doesn't want you to come to her home but she will come to your home. If you were a rescue organization you may not want people to know where you live either!!

She told me to call between 10-12 and she answered the phone or returned my phone calls. Everything was done was promised. I adopted a healthy cat at a reasonable price.

I could not be happier!!! She was a pleasant person to talk to. We have communicated several times since the adoption.

Pros: Positive experience

Cons: None

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Rating: 1

Not reputable

posted 3 years ago

Having a difficult time placing a recently deceased love one's dog in a new home, we were referred to Diamonds in the Ruff (N Canton, OH).

After having a few confusing phone calls and not being able to understand why we were not allowed to visit the premises before surrendering the dog, I called for my mother a third time to speak with the "owner" of this establishment.

I was greeted with rudeness, defensiveness and secrecy. We were not allowed to view the place and no feasible explanation was given for this. I might have improperly ended the call with a few expletives and hung up.

Soon afterward, we received a return call from the "owner" (I say 'owner' because there really is no record that this business exists online, we were supposed to make our donations out to a person and not a business or nonprofit, and there is not even a Google listing for this place - all very shady). She continued to speak to my mother and stepfather, telling them that I needed to learn etiquette. I am a 27 year old woman and if I determine that she deserved expletives, then I will use them! She would not allow either of my parents to get a word in edgewise in order to extract information regarding WHY we were not allowed to visit the location, etc.

I think this is because IT DOES NOT EXIST. This is shady. I know how other rescues work - animals are allowed to socialize with each other and visitors and volunteers. This does not disrupt the environment - it is normal. How else do you get adoptions?

Pros: none

Cons: rude, aggressive, secretive and shady

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