Breeders Association of America, Inc. rip off starts with their name- what kind of breeders association are they? Puppy mill association should be the name, as that is whee they get their puppies. They have them shipped from facilities, which receive numerous citations due to poor conditions that the animals are kept in. All they emphasize during the sale is that, you receive lifetime health warranty, which then (after you already have puppy in your hands, ready to take him home) turns out to be only 3 months and you have to pay extra for it ( not disclosed in previous conversation). Price negotiations are just ridiculous. Every puppy starts at over $3k; however, before you walk out the doors the price drops to below $1k. My puppy, amongst many others I now read about, turned out to be sick after a few days I had him at home. He has a kennel cough, typical for puppy mill animals. It is however so severe, that he is now hospitalized and I was told his chances of survival are 50/50. He, just like all of the puppies sold at that nasty place, was weaned off of his mother way too early and never developed a good immune system. He was vaccinated early and kept in poor conditions with other infected dogs. This is devatsting as my whole family already fell in love with him. I hear now the stories just like mine regarding puppies bought at that store. I have to pay for the hospitalization and all other treatment expenses and then file a claim with the insurance company. I want to warn everyone not to buy dogs from that store or from others which sell puppy mill pups. These are barbarian facilities and no one should support his business. Even if I get reimbursed partially for the treatment, who is going to reimburse my emotional pain? My daughters suffering? How about the risk of my other dog getting infected? His treatment?
This breeder Denise Balboni was contacted by my wife in regards to a 2 year old cat and then a kitten. A deposit was put down initially
On December 3, 2002, Tuesday, while I was temporally living in Mesa Arizona, my 89 Jeep Grand Wagoneers, original engine went bad.
This man takes you money, promises deliveries and they MAY show up…when they do, they are 4-8 weeks late (supposed to be)
Yesterday my car was towed illegally at a gas station. I parked my car in a space designated for a Shell gas station and an Expressmart in
Often times individuals suffer from stress related symptoms. I am a true believer of working all 8 dimensions of wellness, financial,
This company is a scam. They will promise you the world when selling you their services, such as saying things like “DNC scrubbing&
Why was I. Denied to donate because of a tattoo I’d gotten when I was 16 and now I’m 45. This young black girl so took offense
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