back to original topic: educating is fine and helpful, as long as its in a nice tone. some people seem to forget that poeple tent to NOT LISTEN if you talk down to them or insult them so if you really want to get a message across you got to stay friendly IMO ( like some did )
We had tried to be friendly in the beginning. We hadn't jumped down her throat, we had asked about her experience and what health tests she had done with her dog. She replied "Yes he has vet checkups", then we told her that they aren't the same. She then said that she wanted a puppy from him, and we said it would be cheaper to go to a shelter (by alot!) and she should go there because there are potential risks with birth. Then she had gotten very sour with us on page 3, so yes some may had been angry by that time. But it was apparent that just saying things kindly without trying to be rude wasn't working. This is a very serious matter that needs to be handled seriously, and someone who has their mind set on a puppy from their dog (especially someone a bit young) that won't change their mind needs to get the hard facts, and as you can see, she understood them after a while.
Hopefully, she'll make the right choice now.