Blue Eyed Aussies

Blue Eyed Aussies Reviews & Complaints

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Published: 21 December 2017

Posted by: AussieLover

I bought a puppy who was sick and throwing up the day after I brought him home. I called the breeder, Dean, who told me the puppy was stressed from the ride home and changing foods. The next day I took him to the vet and the puppy had coccidiosis so the vet said if it got worse to bring him back in. Two days later after vomiting and diarrhea, I rushed the puppy back to the vet who said the puppy appeared to have parvo and did a test that wouldn’t come back until the following day. The puppy stayed in the vets care, but passed away that night. The next day the results came back negative for parvo, so I contacted the breeder and accepted a second puppy from him. 2 days later she started vomiting. This time I took the puppy to a vet that had an instant parvo test and the test was very strongly positive. I researched the breeder and found that he was sued 2 years ago for selling a dog that had parvo. He know that his dogs have parvo and will not disclose that to the buyers. In fact he doesn’t even tell you once the dog is sick. If caught early, I could have got my first puppy immediate care, but I trusted the breeder. I will never trust again. My second puppy made it. but beware of Chad or Dean Georgeson with a phone number of [protected]

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