Ok, who/what's the deal with *? I googled them and came up with a web site advertising pretty much every known small/toy breed there is (raised many puppy mill flags, BTW), so what else can you tell me? I'm curious.
Also, having a website does not make someone a "Bad breeder" or "Puppy mill." I know several breeders who have web sites. Most of the web site is dedicated to the status of their adult dogs. It shows things like what competitions they have won, their health, what competitions they engage in, ect. They do have a section on the puppies they have currently or what breeding pair has a litter comming. The ones that have litters, typically have a call or email for more information section. Does this make them bad breeders, IMO, no. I think that we have officially entered the internet age and that is just the way many people opperate.
What makes a good breeder is how they care for their adult dogs, what tests and health guarantees have been done, how they care for the puppies, health guarantees on the puppies, and if they are open to their buyers regarding return of puppies and providing information to them.
***Edited By: lpn169 on 5/4/2009 3:17:30 AM*** Reason: Removed 'kennel' name
If people had emotions as pure as animals, our hearts would have to tripple in size.
maleficient - I think your post is repeating the question of the OP. Breeders of all stripes have websites, so why do so many people assume that "website = bad?"
I stand by my first post -- that bad impressions stick in your memory stronger than mild and/or positive ones. You remember the one time you got food poisoning and practically forget the 100s of times you ate out without incident. In the same way, people vividly remember the horror-inducing website that fronts a puppy factory while forgetting the hundreds of sites put up by quality breeders.