- Report: #1043948
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Complaint Review: Edwards Training
Edwards Training2005 East Highway 56 Bonham, Texas United States of America
Edwards Training Becky Edwards Puppy with osteoarthritis, skin allergies and no papers Bonham , Texas
*General Comment: Italian Greyhound from Edwards training
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Our vet suspected Edwards Training administered the shots - including rabies (which is illegal I'm told) themselves. Our vet did not give her any further shots for 6 weeks to allow her body to recover from the onslaught of immunizations. Then they re-did her whole puppy series with the appropriate time between injections and re-administered her rabies (with an original signed certificate from our vet).
She also came to us eating her own feces. [continued below]....
Finally, our 2.5 yr old corgi was recently diagnosed with osteo-arthritis in both shoulders and both elbows in front. While common to old corgis, we were told by the vet and xray tech that this is genetic and she was born was with this. Osteo-arthritis is degenerative and increasingly painful as it progresses. Ms. Edwards is breeding several breeds of dogs (which we later discovered), none of whom I suspect are AKC dogs. She is representing her puppies as AKC, whelped and raised in her home, but admitted Miley was not either. Our corgi will live a shortened life, riddled with pain, because Ms Edwards chose not to be a responsible breeder.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/17/2013 10:18 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Edwards-Training/Bonham-Texas-75418/Edwards-Training-Becky-Edwards-Puppy-with-osteoarthritis-skin-allergies-and-no-papers-Bon-1043948. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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