Houston >Second Hand Goods > Traders Village
7979 N Eldridge Rd, Houston, TX | Directions 7704129.891406 -95.606449
Saturday To Sunday From 09:00 AM To 06:00 PM
Tracey H, You are very lucky or you are a trader. I brought a poodle mix home several years ago that was blind, had sever skull deformities and when I tried to call the seller he told me he wouldn't be back in town for 2 weeks. It was a total nightmare. It cost me hundreds to get him evaluated then constant care until the man returned meanwhile the children bonded with it. The man ran a puppy mill and was heartless. We eventually got our $480 back after fighting for it. These dogs are abused, kept in small cages in the scorching heat. No vet care given they do it themselves. From my bad experience I would not recommend a puppy from here.
I bought my first poodle from a reputable breeder at Traders Village on Mothers Day 2005. Her name is Molley. She has been wonderful and I have had no health issues. She is so smart and so lovable that I begged my husband for another poodle and I got her for Christmas. She is a tiny toy named Maggie and she is a little pistol. She weighs 2.5 lbs and she imitates everything Molley does. She is so sweet and we love her so much that I am contemplating getting a sibling from a future litter.
I highly recommend Traders Village. I have had both of my girls checked out and they were in tip top shape. I am looking forward to getting my third little girl from Traders Village
Love it! – I visited Trades Village Flea Market this past weekend and found it to be a different kind of shopping experience. There is one shop out there that is like a dollar store that had kitchen stuff and other cool stuff. Overall, I had a good time. My legs hurt though.
Our puppy is great! – We bought our YorkiPoo at Traders Village about 2 years ago after our dog died and she has been wonderful. I took her to our vet on the Monday after we bought her, as the sales person recommended, and she was just fine. She had had all of her shots and I was given the paperwork to prove it. I had never thought about buying a dog at a flea market before, but it has worked out fine for me.
DO NOT BUY PUPPY FROM THESE GUYS – I bought 2 beagle puppies on Mother's day 2009. At home, I started notice they are stink and I give them a bath with Zodiac brand name( including oatmeal) hours later they are stink as the chemical in the hair colo dyeing. One of the Beagle started vonmit and have diarreah. The next day, I took them to Petsmart and paid $33.00 for puppy medication bath. Half a day later they are stink again. Those nice people at Petsmart advised me to take them to Vet ASAP. My Vet's bill is closed to $300.00 for anti-biotic, anti hookworms and Flea prevention. Today on the third day, after 2 baths, the color of the ears and the color of their heads starts to fade from black to a wash-out black and brown. The Beagles ate still smell " chemical" but not quite offensive as before. I should have dispute my Visa transaction but it is not worth my time. DO NOT, PLEASE DO NOT BUY THE PUPPY FROM THESE GUYS. IT IS UNETHICAL AND INHUMAN TO TREAT THESE PUPPIES THIS WAY TO MAKE A LIVING.
I SAY DON'T BUY ANYTHING THAT IS ALIVE DUE TO THE FACT THAT MY BOYFRIEND AND I BOUGHT A VERY CUTE, ADORABLE BABY PUPPY FROM THIS PLACE ON A SUNDAY AND WE WERE BURING IT WEDNESDAY NIGHT. WE ARE GOOD PEOPLE WHO JUST WANTED A PUPPY IN OUR HOME TO LOVE AND CHERISH AND WE HAVE BEEN DESTROYED EVER SINCE. PLEASE FOR THE SAKE OF YOU AND ALL YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS DO NOT AND I REPEAT DO NOT BUY ANYTHING THAT IS ALIVE FROM THIS PLACE UNLESS YOU WANT TO WATCH IT DIE.
Best shopping and festivals – I love this place. The shopping is great and and the merchandise is inexpensive. I feel safe when shopping, unlike at the other flea markets in town. And, there is always a festival or concert going on... It's just a fun place to go on weekends.
Houston's most popular flea market is also a hotbed of local music. – The Scene
Mall-weary shoppers will want to check out this outpost of mom-and-pop capitalism where vendors peddle everything from Oriental carpets and homemade salsas to garage sale treasures and one-of-a-kind art. With as many as 1,200 dealers operating on the 100-acre site, this supersize flea market offers visitors such up-to-date amenities as mobile beverage carts and its own ATM.
Open every weekend from 9am to dusk, Traders Village has evolved into one of Houston's most unlikely music venues, with local bands providing afternoon entertainment from the giant covered stage.
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