by Jimdoggz123 on 20 July 2022 - 08:07
Email to Keeley McKee of Aachen Dutch Shepherds (I have. the OFA Prelin & x-ray for those who are interested: Your character defects have shown your true nature. Character defects such as self-centeredness, greed, deceit, deception, lying, and the list goes on. I have gladly given refunds just to not have to deal with people such as the persona you have revealed to me. I can usually detect them prior to entering into a business agreement but you duped me with gaining my trust portraying yourself to be honest with me and a reputable breeder. No contract necessary as presumably you were being forthright. What a mistake that was. You talked a good line of crap and that's about it. The proof is in the pudding. You're about the money not the dogs, reputation, and being genuine to others. It's all about the almighty dollar for you. You revealed that with your demand of Beau's return at my expense with the statement, that you needed to,"recoup losses somewhat". The only way you could recoup losses is by selling him without full disclosure of his genetic anomaly of hip dysplasia, and or breed him. The only person who took a loss is me, not you. I am into the dog for $10,000.00. You could have settled what has now become a PROBLEM with being honorable and refunding for your genetically defective product but no, "refund is not an option". I now know why there were no official OFA certificates issued in Beau's pedigree and why in your words why you do prelims so they will not be published. Your are concealing genetic anomalies. But why do prelims was the question that struck me. The only reason I could come up with was that prelims are easy to fraudulently alter with those simple checks ✔️. You could have simply resolved this with issuing a refund and acknowledged that the best thing for Beau is a good home. It's about the dog. I am making this one last demand for a refund before I move forward with freedom of speech with Pedigreedatabase.com, CKC, Yelp, Google, AKC, and any other registry you may have used. That's only a beginning. Then I move onto filing a claim with NYS under the dog lemon law and obtain a judgment against you personally and the legal entity of Aachen Dutch Shepherds. That is only a beginning. I will have OFA conduct an investigation into your affairs. You are going to terribly regret stealing my money I paid for your dysplastic product and refusing to refund my money. You have made the most foolish decision in your life messing with me. Then I move onto YouTube and it doesn't end there. All you had to do was be a genuine business person and do the right thing. But no, the almighty dollar is what you are about. On Monday I begin. Your choice Keeley.
by hexe on 26 July 2022 - 03:07
I don't know anything about this breeder, but even the most careful and conscientious breeder can thoroughly research pedigrees and track production within those lines, and still have a breeding that results in one or more dysplastic pups in their litters, because even with generations of x-rays, the genetics involved in the development of dysplastic hips are complex and not entirely controllable.
Curious about your comment that you are 'into the dog for $10,000"-- if you paid that kind of price for a dog without getting any written guarantees or proof on soundness, health, training, etc., I would have to say your fresh out of common sense.
Lastly, I don't know what authority you think OFA has over dog breeders, but I highly doubt that organization is going to "conduct an investigation into [the breeder's] affairs,"--they're merely a non-profit animal health foundation that provides evaluation and rating services for various conditions that affect dogs and cats. many of which are genetic, for a modest fee, and which maintains and publishes an open database of the results of those evaluations. Unless you can prove that the breeder has been submitting falsified radiographic images or fraudulent biological samples for examination, there's nothing the OFA is going to be able to do for you in that regard.
Good luck to you, and hopefully the dog in question--not the "product", but the living, breathing, loving, in-the- flesh, bone-and-blood being that you received from the breeder-- is assured of a good, stable home that appreciates him for the smart and affectionate dog he most likely has shown himself to be, bad hips or not.
by mrdarcy on 27 July 2022 - 14:07
The member in question has not used this site in 11 years so if you're hoping for a response think you might have a long wait.