Would you buy from these breeders??

Discussion in 'Dogs - General Dog Chat' started by hedwig, Oct 18, 2012.

  1. Dizzy

    Dizzy Sit! Good dog.

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    Aussie 3 year old blue Brindle Whippet, we were told he was from show lines but have no papers. He is rather tall for a whippet so he may have a little something else in his breeding. He has now been castrated and vaccinated and looking for a home to give him the company and comfort he longs for. He lived with an elderly lady who could no longer care for him and then given away to a friend who was not caring for him properly. The pictures are when he first arrived and feeling a little sorry for himself, he is a lot happy now. He is a lovely boy but does prefer ladies to men and would be best in an adult only home. This is only to the fact he has never been in contact with children.



    http://scrupleswhippetrescue.co.uk/

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  2. frostfell

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    Im a few pages late, but I absolutely agree that breeders need to advertise, and they need to do it NOW. Theres millions of fantastic owners out there searching for you, and they cant find you IF YOU ARE UNFINDABLE.
     
  3. spiffy

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    A pet is not only a financial investment but an emotional investment as well. I wouldn't get a dog from a puppy mill if I were you. Most of the puppies produced are poorly socialized and not very healthy. It would certainly be heart wrenching to lose a puppy you have grown to love.
     

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