I purchased a tiny Morkie puppy on line from Pure Bred Breeders. The puppy was shipped via plane the end of July 2014. It was 95 degrees that day. The puppy was not the weight allowed for shipping, he weight approx 2.5 lbs. They said he was over 3 lbs. I took him home and tried to feed him and did the necessary things to make him comfortable. He did not want to eat, I did everything I could for him. I took him to the Vet the next morning, and he was checked out within the 48 hours that is required. By Sunday he was still not eating. Crying and I held him from day one in my arms wrapped in a beach towel. I woke up Monday morning, and he needed to be rushed to the Vet as an emergency. He died at the vets office within 48 hours of having him. I immediately called Pure Bred, they did not take my initial call, so I called back when I got home. I got no where with them, so I went to my credit card company, AMX. They have been trying to work on a resolve for me, but it just goes back and forth. Pure Bred are seasoned and professionals when it comes to declining responsibility. I have lost close to $3,000.00 for the puppy and the autopsy, which Pure Bred insisted be done. And additional vet bills. I am now reaching out to complain and document this story. It was a very difficult experience for me to go through. And the poor adorable puppy is gone. I need some satisfaction and compensation back for this sad, sad situation. .
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