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Recent Animal Breeding Reviews in Westerville

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    Mom's Dachshunds
    They were very thoughtful and concerned about the home that their puppy was going to. We felt that the conditions were nice. It was a very nice and respectable place. They worked with us over the phone. We were just very pleased and happy with the experience. She was very knowledgeable. We have signed up for one of the dogs we have chosen online. When it was time to get the puppy, we actually got a different dog because we were talking about our home life as far as we have other dogs and she guided us to a dog that might have a better personality. That was very helpful.
    - Alex S.
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    Sally Bell
    She has been out there for a while. I mostly heard of her through word of mouth. She deals with Labradors. Her price is reasonable. I would refer her.
    - Todd M.
  • A
    They have good vets there and I can’t complain about that.  They have some of the equipments like if the dogs have some serious problem they do have some of the stuff to take care, which around here is a little hard to do sometimes we have go to Cincinnati or Columbus. I have been going to the clinic for a long time.
    - vicki p.
  • A
    Rocky Hills Schnauzer
    It was absolutely fantastic. It was a 20 out of 10. They were wonderful. It is a wonderful dog and it was wonderful service. We take her back to visit her siblings. They treat them like their own little puppies. They also ask that you bring the puppy back to them if you can't keep it or care for it. They don't want anything happening to their puppies. I would use them again today if I could talk my husband into it. I love them.
    - John N.
  • A
    Annes Airdales & Welsh Terriers
    I've purchased before from Ann Airdales & Welsh Terriers. She lives out on a little farm. She is half the price of local breeders because her dogs aren't show dogs but they are just as good as any of those. She will call you back or email you or whatever you want. 
    - Craig F.
  • B
    Purebred Breeders LLC
    I had a terrible experience with Purebred Breeders LLC. These guys are shady. I thought they were going to chip the dog, which I am sure that's what the representative said, though she swore up and down she didn't. The picture on the website is not the dog I got, which would have been alright if they'd told me that but they didn't. I had the vet look at the dog and he agreed it wasn't the same dog. The dog we got is fine, but the whole deal was kinda shady. They flew the dog to us, and it came in fine. It looked as though the shot records they gave us were not correct and the vet never got a clear answer from the breeder with respect to when the shots were administered and his (the puppy's) date of birth. So the vet was afraid to give the puppy the shots because he would have been too young. That was a big issue.
    - Ken H.
  • F
    Twin Pine Farm & Exotics, LLC
    BUYER BEWARE of Twin Pine Farm & Exotics, owner Sheri Sublett Deflorio lives in Walterboro, South Carolina. I purchased Zuma, an Asian Leopard Cat, from this USDA licensed breeder with a signed contract. My poor Zuma was sent to me with a relative of Sheri’s husband in a truck for 11 1/2 hours without any food or water and Sheri knew I had another 4 hours once I got the kitten to get her home. Zuma was 6 weeks old and only weighed 12 OUNCES.. Zuma came to me across many state lines without a health certificate and no USDA paperwork. The breeder claimed in court that none was required, which was a lie. On the 4th day of having Zuma she was found paralyzed on the floor (picture attached). I rushed her to my vet and X-rays were taken and no injuries were found. So they sent me to Ohio State Veterinary Hospital. They could find nothing wrong and no testing could be done since she was so very small. After being there for hours, the vet finally brought Zuma to me and she was up and moving some. They sent her home and told me to keep a close eye on her. I informed Sheri of Zuma’s condition that there was something wrong with her but the vets didn’t know what was wrong with her. Less than a month later, Zuma was still having issues, head tremors, problems walking and not gaining weight. I took Zuma back to my vet and they suggested she see a neurologist at OSU Vet clinic. So we saw Dr. McBride and Zuma was now one day from being 10 weeks old and only weighed 1 pound 3 ounces. Again no testing could be done since Zuma was so very small, they couldn’t take blood because the amount needed for testing would have killed her. Dr. McBride looked at the first X-rays taken of Zuma when I had only had her for less than 4 days. Dr McBride saw that Zuma bones showed she had a calcium deficiency, which proves Zuma came to me with this problem.... Dr. McBride suggested that Zuma's diet be changed from the raw chicken and vitamins that Sheri had her on and told me to continue, to a commercial diet. Plus she must be kept in a kennel since she was in such a fragile state and a recheck of Zuma in a month was scheduled in hopes she will be big enough for testing. I informed Sheri of Zuma’s condition, sent her the report and demanded that she take her back and refund my money as per the signed contract since Zuma had been sent to me with pre-existing conditions. Sheri refused to take Zuma back and told me to wait another month for the neurologist recheck. I said, “no you caused these problems with Zuma not me and I’m demanding that you take responsibility for her”. Well Sheri sent me a “Cease & Desist letter” claiming I was harassing, threatening and slandering her simply because I was demanding she stick to her contract and take Zuma back. I NEVER harassed, threated or slandered her. Sheri refused to take any responsibility for Zuma. At Zuma’s next visit to OSU vet clinic with Dr. McBride, Zuma was now big enough for testing but still way under size and weight (2 pounds 5 ounces) for a 4 month old kitten. Zuma was found to have congenital or inherited cataracts, congenital or inherited retinal dysplasia and shortened vertebrae that could be congenital. So I filed a law suit against Twin Pine Farm & Exotics and won in court against Sheri. She lied on the stand many times and even about her own contract stating she doesn’t offer any refunds of any kind. So I got the pleasure of making her read her own contact out loud in court proving she is a liar... Sheri has refused to stand behind her own signed contract and Sheri refuses to pay the court ordered judgement. Sheri’s attorney asked the judge for Zuma to be returned to her and the judge said “NO”. Please see all my attached pictures and documents that proves this situation was all Sheri’s fault not mine.. Sheri had her day in court and lost... So buyers beware of Sheri Sublett Deflorio owner of Twin Pine Farm & Exotics, LLC, located in Walterboro, South Carolina...
    - Teresa C.
  • F
    We have been very disappointed with how they have handled our problem with the yorkie.  We have had the dog for almost 4 months.  We have nuetered him and had him thru dog training.  We have given hiim all kinds of love.  The problem is he has a huge fear of everyone!  We had a yorkie in the past so I know they bark when people arrive.  This however is bad!  He not only barks, but he bites, and its not just when people arrive.  He will for no reason turn on people on a dime!.  We have contacted the breeder and she wants nothing to do with the situation. She asked us to have our trainer call her so we did.  All she did was yell at him!  This woman is in it only for the money, not for the love of her dogs.
    - JODI W.
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    Kodiak Goldens
    In October of this year, I contacted Kodiak Goldens inquiring about any Golden Retriever puppies. I was emailed an application on 10/15/13 and I returned the application a few days later. I was told they were expecting a litter in mid-November. I inquired about my application on 11/15/13 and was informed by a phone call that they had in fact gotten a litter and did I still want the puppy. I said yes. I was informed of the $300 deposit and that photos would be sent shortly. Photos were sent on 11/15/13. On 11/18/13 I received an email asking if I had gotten the photos and that they had not yet gotten the deposit. I responded that I had gotten the photos and unfortunately due to business travel this week, I would be unable to send the deposit until I returned home on Friday 11/22. This morning, I was informed that  they had changed their mind and they "could not sell me a puppy at this time" with no explanation as to why. I assumed it was because I had not sent in my deposit fast enough and expressed my disappointment(as my daughters were excited and anticipating the puppy in January). I was told in an email response that it was not because of not sending in the deposit fast enough but "the decision for me not to place a puppy with you was not my decision but God's decision" I find this experience not only disappointing, but extremely poor customer service, especially after promising us a puppy was available pending the deposit of course. While they offered to hold my application until the next litter in the spring or try an alternate breeder, I still feel this "change of mind" is an extremely poor way of doing business, especially not taking responsibility for changing their minds for no other reason than "God told them to do it". I am in fact a practicing Christian, and I find this excuse mind boggling. I not only will not want them holding my application, I will be informing my friends & colleagues not to use Kodiak Goldens should they want a Golden puppy. It's apparent they are not interested in doing business with me and wish they would have just said that upfront, rather than making me(& my daughters) think we would be getting a puppy in January and then just pulling the proverbial rug out from under us. I thought I was going through the proper channels & process to get a quality pet & companion and avoid pet stores & puppy mills, only to have this experience which makes me question whether other breeders might do the same thing.
    - DAVE C.
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