My girlfriend and I have been looking for a suitable puppy for the past couple of months. We knew we wanted a purebred and were willing to pay a little more if it meant having a registered husky that we may one day be able to breed. We fell in love with one and took her home that night after
playing with her for a couple hours at the breeders location. The morning after we got her home, she acted as if she was having a difficult time breathing. Within an hour things only got worse. She would not eat and would not stand up on her own. When we touched her, she would howl. By dinner time, the dog collapsed in her crate. My girlfriend rushed her to the vet who immediately said she looked malnourished,and may have been in final stages of parvo. He said it looked like she
would not make it through the night. The vet commented that the dog was obviously suffering. We had not even named her yet. By recommendation from the vet, and vet assistant she was too weak to endure any other testing, we had to put her down. Shirley was called immediately and she insisted that the dog was fine when she left and obviously felt NO SYMPATHY. Another person had to get on the phone, because Shirley was so rude, inconsiderate, irritated, cold, and was constantly
interrupting us and ranting on about the RCMP and how they were monitoring the call. This woman did not care and told my girlfriend do not even come back to return the unopened pet supplies you bought with her.The vet recommended we take her for autopsy to prove she was unhealthy when
she was bought, and commented that they have seen THE SAME THING with other dogs from IPB Husky Snow Dogs. We are heart broken and devastated that we didn't even get to name our a dog we fell in love with, and received NO help, apology, or compassion from Shirley Koyczan. We are also
devastated that there will be NO financial refund. Instead they insisted we take a replacement dog, which is obviously not what we want, especially from a place that sells unhealthy dogs with no accountability. We made a huge mistake by walking in those doors, and now are obligated to pay for our unnamed, deceased dog, who we only spent 48 hours with.