1 isn't enough, they need to ruin 3 breeds

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  1. fillyone

    fillyone But please, call me Barb

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    I feel a bit sick [​IMG]

    *Warning* If you love German Shepherds, Rottweilers and/or Dobermans you're going to get ANGRY by clicking on the website below
    http://www.brittanysanimalkingdom.com/

    That would be funny if it wasn't so scary that people that don't know better, or what these 3 breeds should be like, will believe it, buy one of these puppies and then never see a trainer? :yikes:

    Someone needs to figure out a way to educate people. On the German Shepherd board a gentleman posted about a pup he was going to get with a link to the "breeder" (not the one above) and I'm happy to say that he listened and now has a great pup from a great breeder!

    Sadly though that often isn't the way it works, the puppy buyer instead just moves on to a different forum where people will tell them how cute the puppy is.

    Ok, I know I'm for the most part "preaching to the choir" here and so I'll close this ramble - but perhaps, just perhaps someone thinking about one of these breeds will see this post and think twice before buying from not only this breeder but others like them.
     
  2. Fran101

    Fran101 Resident fainting goat

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    #8. We don't have a lot of room for a dog that large "to run" but I really want one of your dogs.

    The biggest secret about our dogs is that they don't want room to run-- they want YOU to be with them. If you provide your dog with quality time which means having him with you as much as you can, whether he is laying at your feet when you are on the computer, watching TV, or just exploring nature close to home, he will be in heaven just being able to enjoy your company. We breed our dogs with this type of temperament at the forefront. Your dog will not need to be amused with a lot of activity, ball playing, or food rewards. His ultimate aim will be to be in your good graces, be assured he is loved and enjoyed by you just for being himself. This is the same thing we in the human family want.

    A dog that doesn't need exercise! HAHAHAHAH!
     
  3. Fran101

    Fran101 Resident fainting goat

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    Oh and they also breed GIANT GSDs that DO NOT SHED! HAHAHAHAHAHA!

    this place makes me sick. seriously. have you seen the rotties?! they look like mastiffs!
     
  4. corgipower

    corgipower Tweleve Enthusiest

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    :rofl1: I was about to post that also...

    They also have "been able to achieve short smooth coats on the GSD's which means no constant or profuse shedding." :eek:

    In other words, these dogs no longer have the undercoat needed for their original work as sheep tenders.

    :wall::wall::madgo:
     
  5. babymomma

    babymomma Remembering Casey ♥

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    OMG, I shouldnt have looked:mad: Im so pissed off right now! I agree, The rotties look lke mastiffs.. How terrible.. omg! Ruining my three fav breed of dog in one place
    I want to write a VERY strongly worded email to this douche bag.. Even tho it wont accomplish anything, Id just like for her to know that not everybody beleives the bull **** shes pumping to everybody.. I mean eriously ..
     
  6. Zoom

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    "The Rottweiler is an Italian breed"

    Um...no. It's not.

    And while they should be able to pull carts, they should not tower over the pony pulling next to them.

    ::wall::wall::wall::cry:
     
  7. Laurelin

    Laurelin I'm All Ears

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    Maybe that explains why so many of the dogs are so badly overweight.
     
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    AGonzalez Not a lurker

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    **BARFS** That is all...

    Their guarantee isn't worth the webspace they wrote it on either - Guaranteed not to have hip dysplasia up to 2 years old...that's great, just peachy...I'm disgusted now.
     
  9. germanshepardguy

    germanshepardguy New Member

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    thats horrible
     
  10. Wow, a dog that doesn't need to be trained, and will behave according to my wishes! Woohoo!

    That site is so sickening, it almost looks like a joke.
     
  11. vanillasugar

    vanillasugar just call me Nilly

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    Yikes, this site is SCARY!

    *runs away as quickly as possible*
     
  12. Wow... that quote nilla posted is down right frightening.
     
  13. corgipower

    corgipower Tweleve Enthusiest

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    I think I saw one of those at Toys R Us
     
  14. Fran101

    Fran101 Resident fainting goat

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    i used to have one of those.. you pushed a button and it took 2 steps, barked twice, then did a flip in the air lol
     
  15. LMAO Fran, that's hilarious.

    I need to get me one of those Toys 'R Us dogs. :rofl1:
     
  16. KenyiGirl

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    Wow, they are massively overweight! What is up with the big flap of skin hanging off the rottweiler's neck? o_O And the part where they breed for "the look", oh my lord...
     
  17. SizzleDog

    SizzleDog Lord Cynical

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    It's not loading for me...
     
  18. corgipower

    corgipower Tweleve Enthusiest

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    Be glad. Be very, very glad. ;)
     
  19. Oh man, Sizzle would go ape on them, LMAO.

    Be thankful the site doesn't load sizzle. ;)
     
  20. bubbatd

    bubbatd Moderator

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    And many here are anti my rant against on line buying sites !!! Too many are pure and simple puppy mills . ! I would never get a dog on line except from Petfinder or rescue site !
     

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