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    Canine Corral Kennels
    I walked in to Canine Corral, I was immediately greeted with a warm, welcoming smile, and great information. I came in looking for a hypoallergenic dog. They were very informative and assisted me to pick out the wonderful dog that I brought home. Our Bichon Bubbles has been a fantastic addition to our family. He is truly a wonderful blessing. While speaking with the woman who helped me I learned that they had been placing puppies in great homes since the 1960s and were one of the first in the tristate area to do it. This blew me away. I am absolutely thrilled with my experience. Thank you Canine Corral. Will definitely recommend Canine Corral to my family and friends! -Thomas
    - Thomas L.
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    Lil Nudists Cattery
    Our breeder was very helpful and informative. She welcomed us into her home to meet her and her kittens/cats and we fell in love with ours. She had him and his litter mates neutered and sent him home once he was ready. She was communicative through the entire process and we still send her photos of our boy as he grows!
    - Lauren C.
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    Highlander German Shepherds
    Highlander German Shepherds is a private breeder and she doesn't just sell her dogs to anyone.  She does a very thorough interview with them.  They do have a website.  She is very good.  We bought a dog from her.  He was purchased September 2012.  He cost $2500.  You have to do a phone interview with her.  You have to answer particular questions about your home situation.  Then you go and actually interview with her in person, if your phone interview went good.  She would invite you up to her home.  And then you get to look at the puppies and if she thinks that you are a good match with her dogs then you put a deposit down and then when the dogs are ready to come home you back up there and pick up your dog.  But if she doesn't think you are a good fit for her animals she won't sell you the dog.  Basically she wants someone that can care for German Shepherds.  They are large animals, someone who has experience with large pets before.  And she wants to make sure that there is someone home with the dog so it's not that the dog is left home all day in a crate and that you have a yard that the dog can exercise in.  They are German lines.  Basically I Googled New York dog breeders, different German Shepherds.  And there were a few people that came up.  And some of them were actually brokers because I would call and I would ask them certain questions and I found out that no the dogs aren't really New York, the broker is just in New York and they ship them.  So I didn't want that.  I wanted to be able to see them and the mother and father.  And depending upon where the animals are from they could be puppy mills and I didn't want a dog from a puppy mill.  A puppy mill is where they breed the animals like constantly.  The female is constantly pregnant and they keep them in small tiny cages.  They never get to be pets.  They don't socialize or anything, they just breed the females until she can't have puppies anymore.  And they sell them to pet stores.  When I first saw my puppy he was seven weeks old.  When we went to actually pick him up he was going on nine weeks.  She micro chips them so this way in case they ever get lost they just scan them and you find out who the actual dog belongs to.  Her dogs are hip checked they go and they get x-rayed to make sure they don't have hip displacia.  If they do she doesn't breed them.  She is really a good person.  She is really up on her animals.  She breeds with outside dogs also, but she has males and females.  If things don't work out with you she will take the dog back.
    - Denise B.
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    CHEROKEE LEGEND BULLDOGS
    After a considerable amount of internet research on my part, this bulldog breeder seemed to stand out from the others. Cody has 50 years of experience breeding bulldogs and is highly respected in the "Bully" world. As it turns out, Cody is so much more than that. I met Cody for the first time at his very large home on long Island. The puppy that I had picked out from the website was waiting for me in Cody`s arms. The Puppy was everything I was hoping for. Champion pedigree bloodline, perfect health,  exceptionally smart, adorable bulldog puppy. Cody could not have been a nicer, kinder gentleman. Cody explained to me everything there was to know about the puppy`s pedigree, and also showed me everything that I would need to know about caring for my new puppy. He also provided a supply of the food that the puppy had been eating. Cody also supplied the name of the Veterinarian that he has been using for the past 50 years. anyone can tell you that if you are going to be buying a puppy, "make sure you buy the puppy from a reputable breeder". Cody Sickle is that reputable breeder. if you are reading this review, you must be in the market for a new puppy. if its a bulldog puppy that you want, do not hesitate to use this breeder. Cody and his bulldogs, they just don't come any better than this.
    - Judy A.
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    Shake A Paw Puppies
    They are the best pet store in the world. I've never been in a pet store like this. They give you a month to see if the dog works out and if not, I could have brought it back. They are wonderful. It is a beautiful pet store. It is something just to walk in and look at. My puppy was on sale. They are fantastic. I would recommend them to anyone looking for a puppy.
    - Courtney S.
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    Shake A Paw Puppies
    The facility was very clean with not only salespeople available but people to clean the pets cages every time I was there. I would have no problem getting my next pet from them
    - Denise A.
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    American Puppy Club
    The place is clean. The people are very friendly and they seem knowledgeable. They also give free puppy training.
    - Teresa D.
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    Lil Nudists Cattery
    I've spoken with April and Wendy in Naples, FL and Tina and Michael in Cazares, FL.  They're extremely wonderful people!  They are reasonable priced and professional.  They provide very high standard cats that are all healthy.  They breed hairless cats.  They breed to increase awareness and aren't really in it for the money.  They are also certified.
    - Peter S.
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    Goldkist
    I  like everything about them. They were very knowledgeable. They are keen and assertive on what they do.
    - Mary M.
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    Furrylicious Pet Salon, Boutique, Puppies
    We made our first purchase in 2013. We chose the most adorable purebred (or so we we were told) toy poodle. He is pure joy, loving, adorable but is definitely NOT a purebred. He's now 6 1/2 years old and 6.5lbs and is a mix breed poodle who has disc and knee issues. The DNA (that we did in 2019) does not lie, unlike the paperwork & story we were given at Furrylicious! We purchased our second dog (prior to doing the DNA test) which we were told was also a purebred toy poodle in 2018 as a companion to our first dog. He was only 3lbs when we took him home and was supposed to be approx 6-9 lbs fully grown. Well, this little guy continued to grow and is now over 13lbs. NOT a toy poodle! We did a DNA test on him and then on our other "toy poodle" and that's when we found out that they are both NOT purebreds and that their parents were not full purebreds either. So, the family tree & AKC papers for both dogs is total rubbish! I have contacted the AKC and they also have the information. Don't get me wrong, we love our dogs. They are family. HOWEVER, I don't like to be swindled and lied to! These people at Furrylicious claim that these dogs are full purebreds and charge THOUSANDS of dollars for mix breeds! That's my complaint. When I contacted Cindy Knowles she said and I quote "I don't understand exactly what you are looking for. You love the dog but are concerned he is a little bigger than you thought he would be? I offered a full return and refund like any business would do if you are unhappy. I am very perplexed at what else you would like me to do." To which I responded - People who love dogs do not return them! He's a member of our family now, they both are! What I'm upset and annoyed with is the fact they lied when we purchased these dogs. I guess they could not have charged the exorbitant amount of money if they were honest! Well shame on you Cindy Knowles and shame on anyone who works there and is lying to the public! Google them and you'll see they have been mentioned in many puppy mill articles! That's just reprehensible!! If you have purchased a "purebred" dog there and think you have a mix breed dog just have a DNA test done and you'll see just like we did. BUYER BEWARE....DO NOT SHOP FOR A PUREBRED DOG AT FURRYLICIOUS BECAUSE YOU WON'T FIND ONE THERE. THEY LIE, CHEAT AND THEN TELL YOU TO RETURN THE DOG!
    - Valerie R.
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