Wesley Yates

Bardstown, KY

#1 Jan 4, 2010
2 Black Coat Female s
Birthday 9-13-09
They have all there shots and have already been wormed..

I am wanting them to go to a loving home.

50.00 each
Softball Fan also

Franklin, KY

#3 Jan 13, 2010
Wesley Yates wrote:
2 Black Coat Female s
Birthday 9-13-09
They have all there shots and have already been wormed..
I am wanting them to go to a loving home.
50.00 each
Were you able to sale these. Can you please post a picture? Thank you so much.
3dognight

Bardstown, KY

#4 Jan 13, 2010
please people!
If you are inclined to buy a mutt, go rescue one from the pound!

“Hi”

Since: Jun 08

There

#5 Jan 13, 2010
3dognight wrote:
please people!
If you are inclined to buy a mutt, go rescue one from the pound!
Exactly.Save a life,spay and neuter..I preach to people constantly to PLEASE get your dogs fixed.Dogs in shelters crying for a home and people buy from breeders.
o more wow

New Albany, IN

#6 Jan 13, 2010
right on <3
3dognight

Bardstown, KY

#7 Jan 13, 2010
sandy63 wrote:
<quoted text>Exactly.Save a life,spay and neuter..I preach to people constantly to PLEASE get your dogs fixed.Dogs in shelters crying for a home and people buy from breeders.
Let me be clear.
I am not opposed to buying from reputable and responsible breeders. They are not the problem.
It is these "designer dogs-mutts" that get me going. They do not breed true to any type and the people that buy them are not doing the proper research to understand what they are getting and most likely have no idea what it takes to be a responsible dog owner.
to james

Louisville, KY

#8 Jan 13, 2010
3dognight wrote:
<quoted text>
Let me be clear.
I am not opposed to buying from reputable and responsible breeders. They are not the problem.
It is these "designer dogs-mutts" that get me going. They do not breed true to any type and the people that buy them are not doing the proper research to understand what they are getting and most likely have no idea what it takes to be a responsible dog owner.
I agree.

“Hi”

Since: Jun 08

There

#9 Jan 13, 2010
3dognight wrote:
<quoted text>
Let me be clear.
I am not opposed to buying from reputable and responsible breeders. They are not the problem.
It is these "designer dogs-mutts" that get me going. They do not breed true to any type and the people that buy them are not doing the proper research to understand what they are getting and most likely have no idea what it takes to be a responsible dog owner.
I agree.I just hate seeing so many adoptable dogs that are mixed and purebred in the shelters and people keep breeding "mutts".I went to some shelters before i got Mickey,and hearing those dogs literally crying just breaks your heart.It haunts you when you leave.I've had people want to breed their dog with mine,and than i tell them hes a pet nothing else.Not all dogs are born just to make you money.You are right,a lot of people dont know what it means to be a true responsible dog owner and all it entails.Mick was a rescue from Florida.
3dognight

Bardstown, KY

#10 Jan 13, 2010
so true, Sandy.
And I will add, that not only all dogs should be bred, also not all people with quality pets should breed them either.
There is an incredible amount of work that goes into properly raising a litter. It starts with preparing the bitch months before the breeding and does not end. A responsbile breeder is always there as a resource to the buyer for the life of the dog.
I have a very nice bitch that I had spayed when she was a year old because I don't have the time to properly raise a litter. I can't tell you how many conformation judges have chided me for spaying her because she is so very nice. There is not a shortage of quality dogs, so I am comfortable with my decision.
Taytay

Charlottetown, Canada

#11 Jan 12, 2012
I have a pin tzu of my own and love him to death .... I bought him and don't regret it for a moment sure there are lots of dogs in shelters that deserve loving homes but I live in a home with children and would not risk taking a dog home from the shelter I don't know how it was raised and getting a dog from an early age made it much easier to bring it up to behave the way I wanted it too so if you buy a "mutt" from a breeder it does not make you any less capable to care for a dog then someone who brings one home from a shelter
maicah

Binangonan, Philippines

#12 Feb 13, 2015
i have a min pin today

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