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Viewing all posts found for user Houndz2000
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Posted on: 12:42:32 PM 10/5/2005

Garry Garner is FOS. He is completely and totally a liar. For one thing - AKC is a non-profit registry. ALL the other registries, APRI included, are FOR profit. AKC has helped with research on health issues, has maintained the stud books, has o...

Posted on: 8:06:59 AM 10/5/2005

Have you ever bred before? It sounds like you didn't have much of a clue. I would strongly suggest before you embark on this again that you get yourself a mentor in the breed, get yourself educated about breeding or, better yet, spay and neuter ...

Posted on: 8:02:17 AM 10/5/2005

Remember, folks, these are the same sucky people who tell everyone how much they LOVE their animals and take such good care of them. Lying scum.

Here's a little note to whatever puppymiller owned this little girl:

Dear puppym...

Posted on: 3:55:11 PM 10/4/2005

Of course this bogus "registry" supports dog auctions. Where do you think they get their customers. No decent, responsible, caring breeder would EVER register anything with APRI, Continental Kennel Club, ACA, or any of the other for profit regis...

Posted on: 9:21:02 AM 10/4/2005

A lot depends on where you got your dog. A reputable breeder has a good idea of the size of their puppies when grown. A pet store/puppymiller/backyard breeder doesn't have a clue about anything except that your credit card/check was good.

Posted on: 8:03:38 AM 10/4/2005

APRI is nothing more than the puppymiller and backyard breeders friend. They have zero in the way of ethics. They support dog auctions and feel that is it anyone's "right" to breed a dog. Like it is your patriotic duty or something.


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