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Old 06-24-2008, 11:47 AM   #1
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Someone I know would get dogs that she noticed would cost quite a bit to breed from and sell the puppies, the pups never had their vaccinations, never went out the kitchen or garden or get any socialisation.
Every time we convinced her to get rid if some puppies she would get another couple needless to say we only speak to her to find out what puppies she has.
The worst thing that she done was get a couple of Japanese akitas called Susie and Ben find out that they was siblings so got rid of Ben and got another one that was named Buster (later renamed Logan to give him a fresh start bless him) and leave him and Susie in the garden, they had no water and had to crawl under the fence so they could get some from next door, and she would put one bowl of food outside and watch and laugh when Susie would pin Buster up by the throat for the food, the RSPCA was called out by us and her neighbours and nothing happened as the dogs were normally gone when they got there, eventually she got bored of the dogs and sold Susie to a breeder and we got Buster to give to a knew home, this is when he got renamed Logan, unfortunately we already had Honey and didn't think it would be safe to try and have him in the house when he grew up so he went down the road to be a only dog. This dog hasn't bit anyone and he is now 2 years old, so what do dog's go trough if they feel the need to bit someone! The woman who had him has since had Cavalier king Charles spaniels (Five of them!), Bologneses, Chihauhaus and a Jack Russell, none of them has lived there over the age of 6 months at the most as she as got bored of them.

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Old 06-24-2008, 11:51 AM   #2
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OMG, I'm absolutely shocked!!!

She is a puppy farmer!

You need to get pictures or something and harass the RSPCA - they have to do something if you present tangible evidence.

People like this woman need shooting.
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That is disgusting but sadly this is common, people buy a puppy that they think is cute but as soon as they get bored of it they ship it of to a rehoming center or abandon it.

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you must keep pestering the RSPCA its so unfair!
im glad theres good people like you around to help these poor animal

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Backyard breeder's- bleh!
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Kind of sounds like my cousins.
They'll get a puppy, then when it turns into a dog the size of a horse, they make up excuses like "We cannot keep a dog that big" and give it away, take it to the shelter, ect. then turn around and get another one of the same breed.
It's terrible.
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Old 06-30-2008, 11:15 AM   #7
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I don't know how people like this can live with themselves, do you think that they care when the poor dog gets taken to a strange place where they don't know anyone, at the moment this lady hasn't got any dogs because she split from her husband and can't afford to get one, which I think is great news as it will mean at least two dogs going through this as she does like to get two at a time, we recently got told that at her last place for some reason she collected up to 30 rabbits and left them in cages at the bottom of her garden, the RSPCA was called as it was said that she was feeding some to her dogs at the time, she got a warning for this and then gave all of the buns to a man who said that he will kill them to eat! I could never do that to any animal that I was looking after (even though she wasn't very well) could any of you?

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If you think sher is puppy farming you should contact theundernoted site. They are in Scotland, but would still help, and perhaps they know of an equivalent type of action group in England, or could point you in the right direction to haver something done about this person.

http://www.wag-ayrshire.org.uk/

This is a group which was formed around 2002 against puppy farming.
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Thanks Borzoi mad, I will contact them, as its great news that she can't afford a dog at the moment I'll ask if they can still do something about her.

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What it kind of reminds me of is the celeberties that use dogs as fashion accessories, Paris Hilton being one of the worst offenders, but unfortunally, not the only one.
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