Haaii!

Joined
Dec 6, 2005
Messages
4,107
Likes
0
Points
0
Location
California
#21
og from a reputable breeder
But you are not..because a breeder of mutts CANNOT be. You even say yourself on your website they are not purebred dogs...and thats true, they are not.

Nobody has anything against the dogs themselves, the problem is with the breeders or them. There are enough dog breeds in this world, that are filling up in shelters..we don't need more.
 

Julie

Are You Blowing Me Off?
Joined
Jul 15, 2005
Messages
3,481
Likes
0
Points
0
Location
Wild Wonderful WV
#22
Gee, aren't the people on this forum so mature
Really though, all I did was come on to say Hi, not death by flaming. *L*
What do you people hate about these dogs?
Oh, nobody here hates these dogs. We all love all the dogs! What disturbs me is what people are doing just to make a buck. How much do you charge for a pup? And the multitude of unwanted pups at shelters and dog pounds.
 
Joined
Oct 26, 2007
Messages
68
Likes
0
Points
0
#23
I mean pedigree's and such when I Say paper, some of you may not get the lingo or whatever, but thanks.Hi to you too.
 

MafiaPrincess

Obvious trollsare Obvious
Joined
Nov 30, 2006
Messages
6,135
Likes
0
Points
36
Age
37
Location
Ontario
#24
Least 7 litters on the ground in the last few months. All of different mutt mixes. Skeazy as all hell. The problem isn't the mutts, it's the people creating them. Not sure byb or miller. You could be either as it's likely you pop them out for cash, and little else. You deserve how you get treated with little in the way of ethics.
 
Joined
Oct 26, 2007
Messages
68
Likes
0
Points
0
#26
But you are not..because a breeder of mutts CANNOT be.
Why do you say? What is a good breeder? Is it not someone who loves, shows and cares for there dogs? Isn't it someone who health-tests and makes sure all the puppies are gone to good,loving homes?

Just because someone does or does not breed a recognised purebred does not distinguish whether or not they are a crappy breeder.There are many a breeder of purebreds who couldn't care less about thier dogs.
What disturbs me is what people are doing just to make a buck
I don't breed for the money, I breed because I love the dogs and want to give a good family pet to the world.
How much do you charge for a pup?
$200 for a reserve as there is a long waiting list for my litters, and ussually $1000 for a typical pup.There is a adoption form for all those wishing to buy one and I never ship them, if the owner wants them, they come and get them themselves.That also gives me a chance to quiz them and see if there as true as they make out.

And the multitude of unwanted pups at shelters and dog pounds.
True, there is a overpopulation problem at the moment, by my dogs never have nor will go to a shelter, thus i am not adding to this problem.
 
Joined
Dec 6, 2005
Messages
4,107
Likes
0
Points
0
Location
California
#27
Standard Goldendoodles -$1500

Standard English Goldendoodles- $1800

Mini English Goldendoodles (F1) 25-45lbs - $2500

Mini Goldendoodles (F1) 25-45lbs - $2200

Mini Goldendoodles (F1B) 25-45lbs -$2500

Tiny Goldendoodles (F1B) 10-25lbs-$2900
I definitely consider that in it for the buck ;)

I did read you health test, and you sound responsible in that way. But these are still MUTTS you are breeding, and no matter what you do it will never be responsible.

Why not just stick to breeding the English setters?


Do you ship and is it safe?
Yes, we will ship your puppy for a flat rate of $300 (if we fly with Aircanada) It may be a bit higher if we have to fly your pup with Northwest or Continental. This price includes airfare, a crate and an international health certificate. As far as I'm concerned shipping is SAFE! We have been shipping puppies for a long time now and we've never had a problem. The airlines take great care of them and they always arrive safe and sound. If you are in driving distance we would love to meet you!
It says on your website you ship ;)
 
Joined
Oct 26, 2007
Messages
68
Likes
0
Points
0
#28
Least 7 litters on the ground in the last few months. All of different mutt mixes. Skeazy as all hell. The problem isn't the mutts, it's the people creating them.
Yes, but the first litters in the last couple of years.
Not sure byb or miller. You could be either as it's likely you pop them out for cash, and little else. You deserve how you get treated with little in the way of ethics.
Come to name-calling has it?
Money? Come of it.I barely make even, hence why I don't breed often.
I don't get treated like anything, I like to think im an ethical breeder, even if immature people like to call me a byb or even a puppy-miller.That's disgusting.I would never purposefully make a dog or puppy unhappy, unlike others, I have a heart.
It says on your website you ship
I must update this, because I did used too, but due to a incident where a owner didn't even exsist and was just stringing me along I no longer ship.
 

Buddy'sParents

*Finding My Inner Fila*
Joined
Dec 26, 2005
Messages
25,377
Likes
0
Points
36
#33
So you showed all of your goldens and poodles, they are all champions of their breed and then you matched them together to make mutts? And these mutts, have no standards whatsoever, so anyone and everyone can breed them to suit whatever purpose the human behind them has.

So, let's recap... you do not recognize them as a breed, yet you breed them and do not consider them mutts. You do not show them and can only provide pedigrees.There is no standard, so you breed based on cuteness and an idea of what you consider to be a good temperament.

I'm not sure which category you fall under, but it's definitely not under 'ethical breeder'.
 
Joined
Oct 26, 2007
Messages
68
Likes
0
Points
0
#35
Welcome to Chaz.

Ill get the torches and pitchforks.
*sarcasm*Thanks for being so freindly.
Seriously, It doesn't matter how much you lot bash me, I'm not going to stop just because it PO's some people.I'm happy, my dogs are happy and the new owners are happy, what more can I do?
 
Joined
Oct 26, 2007
Messages
68
Likes
0
Points
0
#37
so you breed based on cuteness and an idea of what you consider to be a good temperament.
Excuse me but where did I say I bred for cuteness? Read the posts before making generilizations please.
A good temperment is a wellbred, trained and good-behaved dog that doesn't show aggression.Since when is this a bad temperment?
 
Joined
Oct 26, 2007
Messages
68
Likes
0
Points
0
#38
Actually start a Doodle breeding program and stop breeding mutts, duhh.
Have you actually visited my website, or are you too making generilzations?
I am part of the Goldendoodle/Labradoodle premium breeders program.
 
Joined
Feb 5, 2005
Messages
10,119
Likes
0
Points
36
Location
wasilla alaska
#39
I havent checked your website, so forgive my ignorence. Do you take back puppys/dogs if they no longer fit with the family that bought them?
 

Julie

Are You Blowing Me Off?
Joined
Jul 15, 2005
Messages
3,481
Likes
0
Points
0
Location
Wild Wonderful WV
#40
I am still curious....... How much for a pup?
I bet it is quite a bit more than I could get a well bred golden or poodle for.
 

Members online

No members online now.
Top