And you don't even know how dog pregnancy works? Some 'plan'.yes this was planned
AKC registered means nothing, it's the biggest scam. All it means is the dog is pure bred, not that its healthy.i have never met a good breeder ever.... even ones that are akc registered
Your personal experience doesn't prove anything about breeders as a whole, sorry. I've met many wonderful breeders who treat their dogs responsibly and love them deeply. They breed because they love the breed and want it to continue to exist. Did you even know that many breeders and breed clubs actually run rescues themselves?In regards to this BYB stuff..i have never met a good breeder ever.... even ones that are akc registered. too many breed for the money and right now that's not what we need, we need people to rescue so please spay and neuter your pets!
There are good breeder's out there (I am one actually)..and honestly a shelter dog is not the prefect dog for everyone.They aren't for me and my requirements and the needs of my family and other pets.So yes we do need breeders (responsible one's) out there.Alot of my family's have tried to adopt and they didn't have what they needed to suit there family or the dogs had some temperament or health issues.One lady client of mine actually had her hand ripped up by an SPCA dog that they let out for adoption and after returning him they said he had "issues" but they thought he would be OK with her...*sigh*..They said they didn't want to put him down because he was so "pretty"In regards to this BYB stuff..i have never met a good breeder ever.... even ones that are akc registered. too many breed for the money and right now thats not what we need, we need people to rescue so please spay and neuter your pets!
The worst owner can ruin the best-bred dog. Unless you believe some dogs are born vicious, which a lot of people here would disagree with you on. As most dogs in shelters are random mixes from random backgrounds, there is no 'guarantees' of anything, let along compatibility with a person's needs or wants.I dont think there isnt a dog out there in a shelter who fits anyones requirements, as for an aggressive dog...that happens and yes its very unfortunate. I have been bitten by dogs from "qualified breeders" as well. Its just my preference, I would rather save an animals life than purchase one for a ridiculous amount of money.
Ain't that the truth.Pawzaddict, please start a new thread to promote your agenda. This one alrready has enough problems.
Shes not a normal sized boston shes very big compared to normal ones she weighs about 40 puonds and is taller, so the breed said it would be no problem! I think shes an olde boston bulldogge! And everyone makes a big deal about how large she is! And she is full boston
I could not have said it better myself. By this dog being bred it does nothing to improve the breed. It just adds to the population of non compliance standard bred dogs. I hope that after she has her pups if in fact she is pregnant that you do the right thing and have her spayed. If she is not pregnant then have her spayed now. Do not expect that if she is pregnant that you will get anywhere close to the amount of money for the pups of the compliant standard breed as they will only be pet quality and nothing more.Then she shouldn't have even been bred,she doesn't meet the breed standard. I'm sure you did NO health testing (eyes for PRA, galucoma nad cataracts, heart for cardiomyopothy, hips for HD and knees patellas) for the OFA and CERF standards.
Go see a vet for information on your dog, hopefully for her sake she doesn't have Pyometria.