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Largest Internet Puppy Seller Accused Of Deception (Video)

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Purebred Breeders LLC issued a statement about the allegations against them. The company stated they have placed thousands of puppies with families over the years and have an excellent reputation. They say they are committed to providing customers with healthy dogs and have a 94 percent customer approval rating. You can read their entire statement at: MSNBC

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7:57AM PST on Feb 28, 2013

Thank you for sharing.

6:11AM PDT on Oct 25, 2012

It seems a lot of countries are doing something. YES!!!!"

3:59AM PST on Jan 19, 2012

Now, if people would learn to adopt and rescue an animal instead of insisting on wanting to buy a puppy and that particular breed of dog with papers, things would look a lot better for the animals.

Yes, I know you can rescue puppies. My comment was more for those that usually buy one 'cause they want a puppy and not an adult animal. RESCUE people. Costs less and you're doing something good. Kinda like adopting kids.

Instead of screwing like rabbits and making assloads of children in a world that's going downhill and is WAY over populated, why not adopt? Most people say, it's 'cause they want their OWN baby. Geez! People are selfish!

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10:09AM PST on Dec 28, 2011

For gods sakes, people! Don't buy dogs! Go to the nearest shelter and save a life. Come on.

11:33PM PST on Dec 27, 2011

I signed the petition and hope it helps to shut down this madness.

5:10AM PST on Dec 25, 2011

thanks for sharing

10:27PM PST on Dec 13, 2011

There should be a law against selling any animal on the internet, except maybe in individual classified ads. Anyone buying an animal over the internet should do their responsible.........make a personal phone call, ask for photos, references and information on parents. Don't buy "blindly", and don't go thru any 3rd party or "broker" unless it's a breed organization/group or someone known personally. This applies to cats, dogs and horses! I've heard horror stories about people buying a horse online thru a "3rd party" and got burned pretty bad, and it was purebred, registered and that was verified, but what wasn't, was the paperwork given didn't match what was available to be checked online. The buyer didn't know the seller (breeder) and turned out the horse wasn't even legally owned by the seller. It was quite a mess.

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