Total Havanese Groupie
Join Date: Dec 2007
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I agree. You can easily search the pups health at the chic site, even with the most minimal information. Ask lots of questions before you go and visit the pups, way too hard to say no when you see the actual sweetie. I know from experience, as I totally did it the wrong way with a "backyard" breeder with my great dane. I fell in love with him and didn't think with my head. Consequently, he health issues from six months to six years with his knee and hip joints. I spent thousands of dollars and watched him suffer in his last years. Never again.
There is nothing more comforting then a breeder who is responsible, truly loves the breed, does health tests, and stands by her dogs.