- Report: #680154
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Complaint Review: Tiny Town Texas Kirk Newton
Tiny Town Texas Kirk NewtonInternet United States of America
Tiny Town Texas Kirk Newton I was sold 2 chihuahua puppies by Kirk in 2007. Both have died of the same genetic disorder. Internet
In 2007, Kirk Newton @ Tinytowntexas sold me 2 chihuahua puppies, brother and sister. The male developed a thyroid condition and Kirk offered me another puppy in addition to the existing two. I declined due to breeder trust issues. At the age of 2, the male suddenly died of Pulmonary Stenosis (a genetic disorder). I sent Kirk the necropsy report and never heard a word from him. On December 18, 2010, at the age of 3,the female died within 5 hours of feeling ill. She died of the same genetic disorder as her brother.
This experience with Kirk's puppies has been horrifying. Kirk runs apuppy millnear Dallas. He never has less that 20 puppies for sale at all times. My dogs were never socialized and the behavior that they exhibited showed me how they had been treated before they came to me. This man is evil, heartless and abuses animals. He needs to be forced to close down this evil place in Edgewood, Texas. Beware of this man and his wife, Tracey Newton. They are liars. The Universe has a way of making things right, Kirk.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/07/2011 06:00 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Tiny-Town-Texas-Kirk-Newton/internet/Tiny-Town-Texas-Kirk-Newton-I-was-sold-2-chihuahua-puppies-by-Kirk-in-2007-Both-have-di-680154. 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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