SCOTTS VALLEY -- Maintenance workers cleaning a shuttered pet store Wednesday discovered dead fish and pet rodents in a trash bin and abandoned live sea creatures in dirty tanks, prompting an investigation by county Animal Services officers.
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SCOTTS VALLEY — Maintenance workers cleaning out a shuttered pet store Wednesday discovered dead fish and rodents in a Dumpster and abandoned, live sea creatures in dirty tanks, prompting an investigation by Santa Cruz County Animal Services officers.
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Fromm Family Foods artisan pet food and treats are sold through the following independent and locally owned pet supply stores in Scotts Valley, California. Photos taken of the front door of Round Up Pet Center after the longtime Kings Village Shopping Center fixture closed in February show no less than three posters promoting the new pet shop. One sign clearly states "moved to 5275 Scotts Valley Drive," the address of The Animal House Pet Store. SCOTTS VALLEY -- A cleaning crew found more dead rodents Friday inside a closed Mount Hermon Road pet store that is already the focus of a county Animal Services Authority probe.The Animal House Pet Store opened March 21 in the old fruit and vegetable stand space at 5275 Scotts Valley Drive, according to manager Brian Perea. It specializes in food for reptiles and birds, but also offers accessories for dogs and cats, a small assortment of pets and will expand in the coming weeks to include fish and aquarium supplies.The owners of Round Up Pet Center purchased the longtime Scotts Valley pet supply store in 2005 and Brenda Sanders was first issued a city business license in October of that year, city Finance Department records showed. The store's business license remains active through the end of June.SCOTTS VALLEY - The pet store owners who allegedly left dozens of rodents, fish, snails and crabs behind when they suddenly closed their Mount Hermon Road shop earlier this year could face nearly 150 counts of animal neglect.