puppy for sale

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  1. candy722

    candy722 New Member

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    Hi everyone. I haven't been posting lately. I have studded my male with a friend's female and we have a littler of pure bred yorkie available. If anyone interested please e-mail me because I really want to sell these puppies to a loving caring home rather to just any stranger. Im located in Orange county California.
     
  2. Mordy

    Mordy Quigleyfied

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    just out of curiosity, what kind of health clearances do the parents have?
     
  3. Fran27

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  4. yuckaduck

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    Ok lets be fair here.

    Health test on parents?
    Temperment tests on parents?
    Guarantees?
    Return policy?


    SHe may be a responsible person and she is trying to find good homes!
     
  5. Fran27

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    If she was a responsible owner she would have found homes before breeding the dogs.
     
  6. yuckaduck

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    She owns the male it is the responsiblitlity of the female owner to home the puppies, since she will be the one with the puppies. I think we are shooting the wrong person, who is trying to help out her friend find good homes since her friend obviously did not have them homed by time of breeding.

    I just often think that sometimes people do things without thinking them all the way through and what is done is done. So why can't we help her now rather than bashing her? I thought these forums were to help people not trash them. I also think it is very nasty to try and guilt trip her, you do not know that she is adding to the problems. Maybe if she cannot home the puppies she will keep them, you do not know and neither do I. I am waiting to see the answers to my questions before I judge, if she comes back after this harshness took place.
     
  7. Fran27

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    Why? Because she reads Chazhound. Doh. So she should have known much better. I don't care if the female is not hers... It's a friend's, and she should have known there was nobody in line to get the pups.

    She's having a litter of pups and is looking for people to buy them - that's adding to the problem right there. Without those pups, maybe the future owners would have adopted one of the cuties I posted instead...

    I'll just send you to the above post, 'don't you think there are enough...'.
     
  8. yuckaduck

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    OK then what ever floats your boat.

    I stick by my feelings and I saw the above post, holy cow what a way to make an enterance. She has already been put on my ignore list since she obviously is only her for one reason, to create controversy!

    I believe it is very admiral of her to try and help the owner of the puppies to find them homes. I believe you are responsible for your own dog and the owner of the female is the responsible one here. JMO and I stick by it. Guess we will never agree on this. Also what makes you think everyone who wants to give a dog a loving home can adopt from a shelter. Most shelters do not adopt to people in apartments, a yorkie is great in an apartment. People without fenced yards, people with god forbid kids.....that is why I gave up on most dogs in shelters and rescues. That is why if Dallas does not soon arrive I am asking her to refund the money and I am going to go to a breeder. I am a good dog owner and because I have kids I do not qualify to adopt, so I will support a breeder! I am done with this thread since you have all turned it into a bashing thread! Too bad we had the chance to help someone here but instead you would rather be nasty.
     
  9. Dizzy

    Dizzy Sit! Good dog.

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    Fran, did you adopt your dog from a shelter?
     
  10. Fran27

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    The second one, yes. And I have nothing against breeders, when they know what they are doing. Sorry for sounding harsh, but I don't see the point of breeding dogs if you don't know anyone who will adopt them. There are already too many dogs that need a home.

    Honestly, I'm tired of just helping people when they have done something stupid. When you don't know, that's ok, but when you have all the info you need and still does the same mistake, then come ask for help, it makes my blood boil.

    I'm not sure why Yuck says I'm just here to cause controversy, it kinda baffles me to be honest. I spend a couple hours everyday reading forums so I can help people. And it's the kind of reaction I guess... Jeeze I must have said something she didn't like somewhere. I know I'm not very tactful but we're here for the dogs.
     
  11. gaddylovesdogs

    gaddylovesdogs no touchy

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    I'm with Fran 100%.
     
  12. yuckaduck

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    Not you here to cause controversy the person who started the enough is enough thread is just here for that reason. Did not even take the time to introduce herself or anything!

    Whether I agree with you [Fran] or not does not matter. On this paticular thing I disagree, yes it was stupid of her to breed. The thing is it is done and you cannot reverse it and now there are puppies that need our help. That is how I look at so by posting links to shelter dogs you are not helping puppies already here. If she was seeking information on breeding sure then you can post those links and have them hopefully have an effect. I am sorry but I see no point in punishing innocent pups that need homes because someone did something dumb.
     
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    She had asked us for advice before she studed her dog and we gave it to her. Obviously, she didn't listen. Poor pups !
     
  14. Fran27

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    So we have to say 'oh they must be cute, can we see pictures'? How is it going to help the pups if the breeders have no clue of what they did? What if they just decide to have another litter because after all the pups are so cute and they made so much money out of them? Maybe showing them why it is wrong will make them think, and reconsider having another litter. It's worth a shot, don't you think?

    She's not a new poster. She's been here a while. So obviously all we're said on the forums so far had no impact on her decision. She should have known better. Yes, my post wasn't really nice, but I think I got my point across. And I can just hope that she will think twice before studding her dog again.
     
  15. yuckaduck

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    Oh well right or wrong the pups are here now and if you notice the OP has not come back. You can lead a horse to water you cannot force them to drink. Another wise she made her choice, you cannot change that, like it or not. I have no need for her pups but I sure would like to see them find really good homes and I see nothing wrong with that! Sure she may breed again, but again you cannot force her not too. She has to make her own choice right or wrong, try to guide her into a responsible way of breedering rather than jumping on her for breeding. SHe is obviously going to make her own choice. I for one do not take everyone's advice and implement it, I think about and I use what I think will work. Maybe she really thought about it and decided it was right for her and for the dogs. We all have to think for ourselves in the end!

    Also for all concerned here, if I disagree with you it does not mean I do not like you. We all have disagreements and it does not change how I feel about you. If everyone thought the same way all the time, life would be so boring!
     
  16. gaddylovesdogs

    gaddylovesdogs no touchy

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    Candy doesn't come here very often, maybe like once a week I think.
     
  17. candy722

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    For your information I used to be in this forum everyday. And you haven't been here for very long time. I have just been busy working. Im looking for homes for these puppies because the owner of the female is just thinking about selling to this dog agent who was willing to buy 3. I encouraged her not to and that I was going to find the puppies good homes. All im doing is looking for good homes for my pups. I already have 2 friends whose going to buy them so I guess I don't need you guys to help me anymore. Thanks for those who were willing to help me and understands my situation.
     
  18. yuckaduck

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    I still say it is admirable of you try and help find good homes for those pups. Well done for you. I may disagree with the initial breeding which by the way is none of my business, but at least you are being responsible about finding homes.
     
  19. Fran27

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    I do agree that it's responsible to try to find good homes for the pups, but I also think it's pretty much people's responsibility anyway when they decide to breed their dogs...

    And please, I hope that you know better now than to breed your dog to your friend's dog again - if she's really that irresponsible about who she wants to sell the pups to.
     
  20. candy722

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    One more thing, the are plenty of responsible breeders out there and yes both parents are very healthy and pure bred. I once said this before on the forum, please respect people's opinion and not make people feel bad. Suggestion and advice is okay but making people feel because of your own opinions is a really bad thing to do.It's like your manipulation people. Fran27 your acting like someone in the forum here before that just quit and left because she was doing the same thing until others jumped on her. I can't remember her name but when i do I will let you know.
     

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