The reality in your argument is your are upset between the differences of state governments and private businesses. if a private company wants make age a requirement, they can. As to whether they have actually done this here and it wasn't just an overzealous employee is a different issue.12pointer said:I remember when I was 8 I purcashed my first tank I use to ride my bike to the LFS and put money on the 29 gallon setup that I had in layaway. When it was paid off my mom drove me up there and picked it up for me. I still have that tank, 32yrs later and its still running.
I personly think its BS that they would refuse to sell up and comming hobbyist fish. Yes some people have gone the wrong way by buying fish for fighting them for profit. If the young people can't buy from petsmarts what makes them think their stopping them from buying fish, they can just go to a LFS who will most likely be willing to sell fish to them.
Thats the problem with the world today. Its ok for a 12yr old to sit in the wood with a gun and shoot a deer but they can't buy a fish unless their 18.
PS... Petsmart sucks anyway
Agree to disagree. I think there is a very strong correlation.there is very little correlation between age and responsibility
LJ,LJ said:Does anyone know if there are age restrictions for purchasing dogs or cats?
Sorry for the late reply but I 'm with Petsmart as they do change their policy so often. If you bought a pet or pet product and not satisfied then it can be returned within 60 days of purchase and you will be refunded back in the same mode of payment. If you exceed 60 days return problem than still, you can return the product but you need to carry out valid id along with it. Returning product found on shipping defective or damage has a different time frame to returnSinisterKisses said:Might be a new policy, I know I've heard talk of it before.