- Report: #990372
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Complaint Review: Backyard Puppies & Kennel
Backyard Puppies & Kennel10210 NE 25 Ave. Rd, Internet United States of America
Backyard Puppies & Kennel Wilbur Brindle Backyard Puppies & Kennel Sold me an unhealthy dog Internet, Internet
After about 12 days, the little doggie is livelier since we bought him. I called Wilbur to ask to renverse the vet bill and asked him if he contacted the vet, he immediately said there was no way he was sick cause all the other dogs would be sick and he doesn't know what to say. He also asked if we let a lot of people pet him as if thats why he got deathly sick in 2 days after we bought him.
For one parvo virus is shed in large amounts in the stools of acutely infected dogs for up to several weeks following infection. The disease is transmitted by oral contact with infected feces. Parvo can be carried on the dogs hair and feet, as well as on contaminated crates, shoes, and other objects. When the dog licks the fecal material off hair, feet, or anything that came in contact with infected feces, he acquires the disease. I feel that he knew the dig was sick and I want full refund and I will take legal actions to take care of this problem.
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