Just in case you aren't a troll, you better figure out what you can lose if someone slaps you with a lemon law lawsuit-they are very real! I guarantee you'll need just one more job to pull this one off! Please leave if you think this is funny!
Myshadow give it to me. Please tell me what you have in mind. I'm not funny, tried to be once and it failed miserably, In all seriousness; I want to know whats on your mind. Some people shouldn't own a pet rock including the tough guy that began this post. I'm not into legalese, but enjoy reading/contemplating it. Talk with me. e
I'm not quite sure how to take that last post, but I'll try to give you what I think you're looking for. Anyone who sells a puppy or dog can be held responsible by a lemon law-they same type of law that protects car buyers, etc, but for pets. You do not need to have any sort of signed contract, but it's always best. The laws vary per state, but most states have some sort of minimum law that will at least require a refund in full if a puppy with hereditary or congenial defects are found. Some states also have provisions that if the breeder is found at fault and no proof of responsibilty, they can be also taken for vet bills, etc in addition to the refund. So it does no good to just breed for the heck of it, when you may be forced to refund the money and have a litter of puppies that may have to be put down. Without proper licensing, you cannot simply pawn them off at a pet store to sell them either. As far as my venerial disease comment-Brucellosis! It is highly contagious. There are also other venerial diseases as well. So if this is a true thread, this person may be in a world of surprises and legal trouble.
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And he doesn't want the puppies. You are a pathetic ignoramis. If I was stupid enough to breed my dog to any dog in the park I wouldn't admit it. You are to be pitted. No, on second thought the dog(if there is a dog) its to be pitted. I agree animals are better than some people. And you know, if there is really a dog, you should enter it in believe it or not. Thats the first dog to have puppies, excuse me, pitapoos in just a few days. WOW!
You can wish in one hand and crap in the other, See which fills up first. Stupid is as stupid does. Use your own movie cliche. Those are my two favorites in recent memory. Draw your own conclusions, they will remain constant long after we are gone. Applicable here...yes!
I won't expend undue energy on yelling troll or anything like that at the moment. All I see when I look at this post is a joke. If that is the context intended...kudo's cause it is funny as all get out. If not intended as a joke please say no to drugs, this includes blunts and forty's they are doing you no good. And for god's sake please read some books and maybe get some remedial english language classes ASAP.
Let's put this one to bed folks! I'm not one to put a member (s) down, but when someone isn't going to be respectful of the answers and be so sarcastic they appear to be talking out of their ear, we need to just ignore them or get rid of them. This is not what this forum and it's memebers are about!
There is no suchthing as a lemon law for dogs. It would probably fall under a breech of contract does not need to be written and/or possibly theft by deception. When you sell a dog and lie aboput it's pedegree and/or health just to get money from someone that is theft by deception.
Obviously thie person is really a sick twiste didiot or a troll wanting to cause trouble. I suspect the later. And he got a bunch of you all rialed up like he wanted to just ignore these creeps they have no brains anyway and way too much time on their hands. That happens when you are so brain dead you can't find a job or a real purpose in life.
Actually we just discussed this the other day at our breeder meeting. Most states do have some sort of published laws. I'm not sure how official this is but heres some... http://malteseonly.com/lemon.html
What we discussed is the problem with no published rules. Then it falls into the hands of the judge and what is always established. 99% of the time if the breeder is found at fault, they are required to take the puppy back and refund or pay medical bills. So lack there of a written law is not a good thing for either the breeder or owner.
So until our law is published, we all have developed a basic contract which is comparable to most laws and we have to in our code of ethics for our club honor a minimum of that contract and we can sure add more extentions.
Florida has a law that says the pup must be 8 weeks or older and have its first shots and deworm and be certified healthy by a vet to legally be sold. That being said if you sell a pup that is not healthy you are in deep doo doo. I guess if that is what you mean by lemon law. But lemon law may be just a laymans term for what you mean.
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