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Old 10-14-2012, 02:53 PM
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Hello All,

Jari (it might be user name 'Teal') put a down payment on a puppy from me, two months later I drove the 2 1/2 hour drive to her house and picked him up and drove him to his new home. If anyone believes other than 'knowing' her, that she did not abuse my baby, by all means feel free to contact me personally - the number is 916-879-2277. In addition, the new family is willing to talk to anyone about the state he was in and the state he is in now. I did not start this thread, I was contacted and responded with truth. I should have called animal control when I went to pick him up so that prosecution would have been easy, I unfortunately was only thinking of getting him away as fast as possible. If you want to challenge my ethical standing you may go to my web site and see the proof of the good and bad I have gone through. Jari has not given me personally any proof of her accomplishments. I would caution, "Do not sell/re-home/give to her" any dog.

Being computer stupid, I have tried to re-post the pictures of his pick up day, 1 week and 14 lbs. later, and 6 months later. I haven't figured out how to do so but they are on other threads of this site.

I hope this helps.

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Thank you Dianna for coming on here to post this.
I am so glad that pup is in a good home now.
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Old 10-14-2012, 03:21 PM
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Betta aren't really low-maintenance either. I've seen a lot of bettas die slow, diseased or starving deaths because people thought that.

Fact of the matter is...no pet is really low maintenance. Except to those people who don't care to give quality care because it's "Just a....[blank]".
Yeah I know I love my beta but it took us a couple of fish (sadly) & a LOT of reseArch to "get it right" I Also think it all depends on where you buy them & how they are treated on the journey to the store & how thy are treated once they get there.

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Old 10-14-2012, 03:34 PM
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Thanks for coming and posting Dianna!
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Old 10-14-2012, 04:41 PM
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Nothing I have said was with the intention of leaving a black mark on either Dianna's or De la Luna's reputation.

She picked the puppy up from my residence. I apologize if phrasing it "I returned the puppy to his breeder" implied that I physically brought him back to her residence.

She took pictures of him the day she picked him up from me. I apologize if my phrasing once again was misinterpreted, and lent to suggestions that Dianna was being unscrupulous or fraudulent.

I hope this will finally put an end to this situation. The dog is in a good home and thriving, and that is the important thing.
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Old 10-14-2012, 04:48 PM
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Hmm yeah. I don't think the words you used are the main issue, here.
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Old 10-14-2012, 04:48 PM
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So, she did pick the puppy up in the condition shown in the photos then? Also, why was he allowed to get in that condition? It is obvious per the photos that he is severely emaciated.

I truly hope that you are changing or making a good effort at changing. I think you love your dogs and I hope that your revolving door stops and that NO other dog ever leaves your care looking like Bullseye did.
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Old 10-14-2012, 04:56 PM
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Nothing I have said was with the intention of leaving a black mark on either Dianna's or De la Luna's reputation.

She picked the puppy up from my residence. I apologize if phrasing it "I returned the puppy to his breeder" implied that I physically brought him back to her residence.

She took pictures of him the day she picked him up from me. I apologize if my phrasing once again was misinterpreted, and lent to suggestions that Dianna was being unscrupulous or fraudulent.

I hope this will finally put an end to this situation. The dog is in a good home and thriving, and that is the important thing.
I don't understand if you are being serious or if you hit 'reply' too soon. Just so you know, the words you used were not the problem here. I am sure you know what the problem is, you are an adult. I am still expecting your explanation as to how and why Bullseye got into that condition while he was under your care.
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Old 10-14-2012, 05:00 PM
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Hmm yeah. I don't think the words you used are the main issue, here.
Ditto.

I was gone for too long. Why was the dog so skinny when he was returned?
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Old 10-14-2012, 05:02 PM
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Ditto.

I was gone for too long. Why was the dog so skinny when he was returned?
She quit feeding him because she considered basic interaction with a puppy 'hell' as she described it.
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Old 10-14-2012, 05:05 PM
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Wow, when Barbara posted that Teal/Jiari was trying to get on to make a statement, I was under the impression that she was actually planning to show some responsibility...and remorse...for her actions. Instead, we all get a "oh, I must've phrased this wrong." What an extraordinary slap in the face of the breeder, and especially "the dog." "Its" name is Bullseye," by the way.
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