by Roll n Oaks farm on 16 December 2011 - 21:12
by VonIsengard on 16 December 2011 - 22:12
by Olga Ashley on 17 December 2011 - 00:12
It is always very wrong to misrepresent any dog/puppy when placing, it is the sellers responsibility to find the best home possible for any dog/puppy in their care thus disclose any and all aspects of that dog. To read that the seller misrepresented the fact that she had in fact had and needed c-sections to whelp is HORRENDOUS!!! Its risking her life and putting you through a lot of emotional AND financial stress!! Especially since you did buy her with the intent of breeding her. C-sections are NOT a huge deal when they are planned; you can time them correctly, find a good repro vet to perform them and its usually an in/out kinda thing with minimal stress. When they are emergency c-sections, its a very different story. If I was looking for a female, c-sections would not deter me from buying a quality female. What a shame....I'm glad your girl and her surviving babies are OK! BTW, when I was in Pembrokes, I did not hear the best thing about your girl's breeder (I found your website).
by JON ERIC on 17 December 2011 - 01:12
If a Seller does Not like to answer Questions,then he or she should Not Advertise the Animal.
by Roll n Oaks farm on 17 December 2011 - 03:12
by hexe on 17 December 2011 - 03:12
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