- Report: #973742
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Complaint Review: NCK Great Danes
NCK Great DanesInternet United States of America
NCK Great Danes Buyers BEWARE- Backyard Breeder, Internet
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*REBUTTAL Owner of company: would like to respond.
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She stated that he came from Euro lines so I was curious how much of my puppy was euro. In an email she said that the mother was 75% Euro. After searching for more information on my puppy's dam, I came across a website that looked like an older one that was never deleted. [continued below]....
The truth is, my puppy may suffer from several health issues along the way because of horrible early nutrition and care, and ZERO health testing in his line. If you want to buy a Great Dane puppy, buy from a reputable and reponsible breeder. You will want to have TONS of adorable puppy photos, and show them off. All I have are photos of a sad sickly looking puppy with bones sticking out everywhere. I am embarrassed to show anyone photos of what he looked like when I brought him home. He was not well, and it was obvious from his physical appearance. No breeder should allow a puppy to go to his new forever home in that condition. PLEASE do your research before considering this breeder.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/26/2012 10:26 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/NCK-Great-Danes/internet/NCK-Great-Danes-Buyers-BEWARE-Backyard-Breeder-Internet-973742. 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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