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#2236731 Review #2236731 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Johnstown, Pennsylvania

Unsound pup

IMVHO, no dog with DM should ever be bred, period. While it's true that the mites themselves are not "genetic", the immune issue that allows the dog's body to react to them is. Local or general doesn't matter to me. The fact that they have it at all should remove them from a breeding program. I have discovered that many people use the "mites aren't genetic" argument to justify their use of an affected dog. They fail to understand that the underlying immue issue is...or they dismiss it as being caused by environmental stress. Normal, healthy dogs don't break with DM because of changes in homes, diet, vaccination, etc. Just the ones with the compromised immune system they inherited from the parents. I've run into this issue with other breeds as well. I can't tell you the amount of grief I got because I pulled a Chi *** (just shy of finishing) because she developed a dime sized area of DM. Now this was a shock to me as neither parent had it, that I was aware of, and I'd never produced it before. *** was spayed and placed in a pet home, and during the process, I learned that the breeder behind the dam had that same "well the mom had it as a puppy but it never happened again" attitude. The dam was spayed too and I've never had another single issue with DM. In my Chis, I should say. Yes, there are times that there is a single, small break out that's easily treated. However, that's not always the case. Other times, the treatment is on-going, expensive, exhausting to the dog and owner, and difficult to manage. I think one should consider the worse case senerio instead of the best case. Off to play with Mini, who has yet to completely clear up from her DM outbreak which started in June. Doesn't hurt the person who produced her one bit, but it sure is devilsome to us.
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#1178233 Review #1178233 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Majestic Border Collies Dog
Reason of review
Bad quality
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Female Border collie show quality UNSOUND- DEMODEX

Majestic Border Collies - Female Border collie show quality UNSOUND- DEMODEX
Majestic Border Collies - Female Border collie show quality UNSOUND- DEMODEX
Majestic Border Collies - Female Border collie show quality UNSOUND- DEMODEX
Majestic Border Collies - Female Border collie show quality UNSOUND- DEMODEX
Majestic Border Collies - Female Border collie show quality UNSOUND- DEMODEX
Majestic Border Collies - Female Border collie show quality UNSOUND- DEMODEX
I purchased a female border collie show quality from Ronni DeLay in July 2016 and it was delivered to my veterinarian in the USA near her house. Upon pick up the veterinarian noticed some odd things with the puppy since she had diarrhea. Breeder knew I lived in Costa Rica where the puppy was going to live (proof attached of the USDA certificate that was obtained for the puppy to travel by her close friend named Jackie Bayes. Jackie Bayes also had inquired with me 2 months before the puppy was born where I lived, this to refute that both are saying they did not know where I lived at the time of inquiring to purchase said puppy ( proof also attached as pictures of the dog’s condition and the vet report diagnosing her condition). Attaching conversation with the breeder ( screen shots of FB messages) where she clearly states about a refund or a replacement which she has not done and cut off all communications with me. I am disgusted as I received a sick puppy with greenish eyes since she arrived, constant diarrhea that lasted up to her being 5 months. She was diagnosed with coccidia and giardia uptown arrival due to our concern with her diahrea. When she was 7 months old she started to have bald spots around her ears and head- she was diagnosed with demodex by Veterinarian Roy Mc Gregor ( report attached). She had 4 more outbreaks after this and an email was sent to Dr Carl Casey In the USA of Pawprints Genetics copying both the breeder and Jackie. I am disappointed since I put lots of veterinarian expenses into this sick dog since she arrived, treatments and aside of this lots of training into her as well ( she was exposed to sheeps, started in Agility, flyball, therapy work, obedience and tricks). First sign of a sick dog aside of drooling eyes is appetite- she had terrible appetite since she arrived and still to this day she does not eat like a normal dog. This purchase was a complete list of time and breeder total lack of ethics. It seems a lawyer prepares her written contract and because the wording “ at her discretion” appears in it she has no obligation to replace or refund. Contract attached as well.
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#1178218 Review #1178218 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Product
Majestic Border Collies Border Collie Dog
Reason of review
Bad quality

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