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Bought a laboradoo at 8 weeks and died at 12 weeks . They said it was guaranteed but still have to here from them .

Will not return phone calls or texts . Add says they are Christian people ??????? Took my Hoss to Vet and said he was very sick and there was no hope for him. They delivered him to me knowing how sick he was .

The girl said before they delivered him to me he was checked out and fine . My vet tried to call there vet and got no answer. So what does.

This tell you about them . $800.00 for dog $150.00 for vet .

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Anonymous
#1341564

Call the MO Dept. Of Ag in Jefferson City.

They can get in trouble for selling a sick puppy. The Ritter's may be bad breeders in the business. That doesn't make all breeders bad. MO has some of the strictest standards in the nation.

Their standards far surpass the USDA Regulations. Look them up. You'll be amazed at the requirements. Dogs must have water at all times.

Clean bowls and dishes. Clean dog houses with two forms of bedding in winter an extra large pen based on size and exercise. They have great standards. Most breeders live in the country because you can't have facilities in the city.

I believe they should show pics of the parents. But you obviously don't understand disease prevention and Bio Security measures. Puppies aren't covered completely by vaccinations until the third vaccine and 80 percent after the second. Parvo and strep and flu are prevalent and spread on shoes.

When the parents get them via contact with outsiders it can spread to all the puppies and dogs with heavy loss. So until you truly understand the risks of letting everyone Pet your dogs who have probably been petting other dogs at other places and Dog breeding you should refrain from speaking facts you know little of. The HSUS facilities and shelters are the real puppymills. They want to make it where the public can only purchase from their profiting business.

So they put breeders down.

In every profession in America you have your Ritter's. That doesn't mean that everyone in that profession should be shut down.

Anonymous
#1020819

I think your character isn't much better you got almost all your money back by selling him to me. When I confronted you, you said you had no idea.

Well this post tells otherwise. You are know better than these people.

Anonymous
#1016917

It tells me your another *** who BUYS a designer dog from a known HORRENDOUS puppy mill to satisfy your ego!! There are 100s of thousands of abandoned dogs (fom people like you im sure at shelters all around the world that need a loving family!!!

Yes its horribly sad the dog died. But it never had a chance.

Its because people like you give business to puppy mills rather than shelters that the senseless and horrific way these puppies are "made" continues on!! Learn from your obviously bad choice and go adopt a healthy dog from a shelter

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1097105

I'll inform both of you morons something. Cornerstone farms can't be a puppy mill.

They are inspected several times a year by a board certified vet, the state vet, the state inspectors AND the USDA and they are still in business. Secondly the animal shelters are not any better than puppy mills. Shelters have no regulations or guidelines that are regulated or inspected by anyone.

Sure there are a few good ones but there are even more slum, nasty, poorly managed shelters. You people make me sick.

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1341568

The Ritter Ranch aka cornerstone Farms. Failed their 2017 State inspections.

They aren't in compliance with the new regulations on their facility. This is fact Call Jefferson City Dept.

Of Ag to confirm. No one should have over 400 dogs be it breeder or HSUS for profit shelter.

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1341565

I must repeat this to an obvious HSUS worker. Because while they may be bad breeders in the business.

That doesn't make all breeders bad. MO has some of the strictest standards in the nation. Their standards far surpass the USDA Regulations. Look them up.

You'll be amazed at the requirements. Dogs must have water at all times. Clean bowls and dishes. Clean dog houses with two forms of bedding in winter an extra large pen based on size and exercise.

They have great standards. Most breeders live in the country because you can't have facilities in the city. I believe they should show pics of the parents. But you obviously don't understand disease prevention and Bio Security measures.

Puppies aren't covered completely by vaccinations until the third vaccine and 80 percent after the second. Parvo and strep and flu are prevalent and spread on shoes. When the parents get them via contact with outsiders it can spread to all the puppies and dogs with heavy loss. So until you truly understand the risks of letting everyone Pet your dogs who have probably been petting other dogs at other places and Dog breeding you should refrain from speaking facts you know little of.

The HSUS facilities and shelters are the real puppymills. They want to make it where the public can only purchase from their profiting business. So they put breeders down.

In every profession in America you have your Ritter's. That doesn't mean that everyone in that profession should be shut down.

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