Owned by a Havallon
Trust me...the thought of a bad breeder can really get me going. I recall one sad story here where someone got a dog from a bad breeder and it had severe eye problems. She eventually had to have its eyes removed. Yikes. However, I also remind myself that an occasional bad thing can happen even with the best of breeders. For example, Stepsu’s dog has hip dysplasia. And blessings to all those like Melissa who take these less than perfect dogs under their wing!That’s a really informative article thanks mudpuppymama😊. Especially useful in the last couple of paragraphs about joint supplements and chiropractic work being able to be used as a preventative measure in puppies!
Yes I was definitely jumping to conclusions because Perry was lucky enough to be rescued by Melissa but you’re right I don’t know his history.
But to any cruel breeders out there, I am wishing you the exact same treatment you give your animals. And of course I am wishing the nice breeders all the joy and love they give theirs😘