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Posted on: 10:30:20 AM 3/24/2008

You have to be wary of not only illegitimate breeders but also flat-out scam artists.

If someone asks you to send money via money gram, cashier check to another country, for whatever reason, run in the other direction. You would be surp...

Posted on: 9:24:44 PM 3/19/2008

Here is a good sign you are dealing with someone who is not a good breeder.....They care more about getting your money for the dog than what kind of home you will be bringing the dog into.

It is so very important to research the breeder yo...

Posted on: 1:44:36 PM 3/19/2008

It is unbelievable to me that this occurred but what is even more unbelievable is the report that I read that the individuals who horded 800 dogs (and 82 parrots) are not facing charges. Look, they may have just gotten "overwhelmed" as they claim, t...

Posted on: 1:38:34 PM 3/19/2008

I am sorry to hear about your loss. It must have been a terrible thing to witness. I hope your new baby will bring you much happiness and comfort.

Good luck to you!

Posted on: 1:31:22 PM 3/14/2008

I personally believe, that though it is SO important to have a health guarantee prior to making a purchase (and to already have ironed out what occurs if there is a problem) if the dog is diagnosed with parvo within the first few days of owning the d...

Posted on: 5:00:47 PM 3/11/2008

I couldn't agree with you more.

I guess in my case, we opted to give the goat that survived to my Aunt as she already had other farm animals and offered to help nurse him back to health while I was on bed-rest and she quickly grew very att...

Posted on: 4:10:59 PM 3/11/2008

Though I can appreciate taking it from the dog's side, you are over-simplifying the situation. It wasn't simple, it wasn't easy and there are more factors than just the dogs.

I felt taking them to a no-kill shelter was appropriate. Of co...

Posted on: 3:21:13 PM 3/11/2008

You can pursue legal action against the breeder. You can also contact local agencies, such as the Humane Society.

If they are registered with the USDA, you can contact them as well. You can also contact their local news station and le...

Posted on: 3:12:21 PM 3/11/2008

so because am do not post all the time, I don't deserve the same response as someone who is here more? Interesting.
You are right, it is a personal choice. I felt the Humane Society was an appropriate facility to place them under the circumstan...

Posted on: 2:46:29 PM 3/11/2008

Congratulations. I am sure it was a little hard having that conversation with her since you did not want to hurt the relationship.

Great job in standing up for what you believe in and doing the right thing.

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