1.) No. They do not look to be pure.Hello/Asalamalikum,
As you all know, I posted Topic about a white GSD which died as it was coming from my cousin home to here Anyways, the same person is giving me one of these GSD but this time, free and I need to verify whether these are pure
Wow...that doesn't even make sense or sound right. If you have any sensibility at all you would not buy from this breeder.Reply from the same breeder:
"I'm not going to give these kids because they are too young and unhealthy. I will import GSD puppy from USA a pure one and a healthy one. I promise!"
So what now?
Althought it is not certain that I will get these pups but what do you guys think about these?
Hmmm.. Any breeder that give people "deal", free dogs, or allows price negotiation IMO is not a good breeder, And if i was a breeder i would NEVER sell a dog if a person started trying to bargain with me, I'd question their ability to take care of the dog in the long run... (not saying you tried to bargain)... But its definitely telling that theres something seriously shady going on.the same person is giving me one of these GSD but this time, free and I need to verify whether these are pure
Yea it cost my family $10,000 to get my dog transferred to another country after quarantine, extensive shots, and months of intense veterinary observation up to the moving date... This guy isn't just going to "get" you a dog that easily.No one worth giving money to is going to send puppies to such a shady character, and it costs several thousand dollars to ship dogs internationally- and the breeder is giving you the dog for FREE? Yeah RIGHT.
Same boat with Smalls. She was $15 at animal control. That very same day her price jumped to $1,000 at the vet to fix a prolapsed rectum and remove a lot of her small intestine. Two days later all the bills came in and she was a $6,000 some dollar dog, and whatever it costs to recover from a crushed heart because I didn't think she was going to make it. Now her entire life we deal with reoccurring medical issues and in the passed three years I would estimate her now at about 10-15 grand.I just wanted to chime in on the "Free dog" thing. I got a "Free" dog last year. It cost me $1,200 in the first 2 months trying to save her life. In the end, I couldn't even save her. It cost me more to have her humanely euthanized.
Not all free dogs end in that manner, but if it is a healthy GSD pup that you want, then find a breeder that is on the up and up and wait for that puppy. It is worth the wait to end up with what you wanted in the first place rather then sorrow or grief dealing with a sick puppy.