Pet Scammers List

Here’s our list of reported pet scammers by users that have reported a pet scam.

Have you been scammed by one of these pet scammers? Give it a thumbs up (yes)!

1. Montez Spears and Rob Jasons

Total 40 Votes
26

2. Muscular Doberman Pinscher Puppies

Total 15 Votes
7

3. Fur Shih Tzu Puppies Website

Total 24 Votes
16

4. PetExpressDS

Total 14 Votes
7

5. Dogs and Puppies for Adoption in Minnesota

Total 16 Votes
10

6. Mini and medium golden doodle puppies for sale

Total 14 Votes
9

7. AKC Registered Pug puppies for rehoming – Facebook Fan page

Total 11 Votes
6

8. International Pet Mover

Total 15 Votes
11

9. Rosie Layman – Facebook Profile

Total 8 Votes
4

10. Pawrade Puppies

Total 10 Votes
6

11. Divine Frenchies Home

Total 11 Votes
7

12. North Carolina Chihuahua Facebook Page

Total 12 Votes
9

13. Rhonda Aussie Home & BluePoint shipping

Total 7 Votes
4

14. Thunder Bay Buy And Sell Facebook

Total 6 Votes
3

15. Giant Maine Coon Farm Dotcom

Total 7 Votes
4

16. Cushy Pet Dot us

Total 12 Votes
9

17. For the Love of Pomeranian – Facebook Page

Total 5 Votes
3

18. Elegant Munchkin Kittens

Total 4 Votes
2

19. Delta Cargo Solutions & Transportation

Total 12 Votes
10

20. Smart Sphy Kittens Dot Com

Total 7 Votes
5

21. Ambelum Yorkshire Pups dot Com

Total 9 Votes
7

22. Dalmatian Puppies Family And Dalmatian Center

Total 5 Votes
3

23. 3LP Chihuahuas home And Evechi Pups

Total 2 Votes
1

24. Puppy Palace Dachshunds

Total 2 Votes
1

25. Miniature German Shepherd Puppies For Sale – Facebook Page

Total 6 Votes
5

26. Jerry’s Australian Shepherd Farm

Total 3 Votes
2

27. High quality chihuahua home

Total 1 Votes
1

28. Oklahoma Animal Shelter

Total 1 Votes
1

29. Dobermans Heaven 

Total 4 Votes
4

30. Michael Dachshunds Home

Total 3 Votes
3

31. Tiny Teacup Chihuahua Puppy Sale

Total 4 Votes
4

32. Megan Maine Coon Home

Total 3 Votes
3

Online pet scammers are on the rise. We are committed to the protection of animals and want to protect pet owners from being scammed.

There have been reports of people listing pets for sale online with a photo, description, location, price–only to send an email or text message back later asking you provide money in order for them to ship your new pet. This is NOT how it works! Here’s common ways to identify a pet scammer before sending money. Please report these scams immediately.

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