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Complaint Review: Big Business Kennels
Big Business Kennels3136 SE Humboldt St Topeka, Kansas USA
Big Business Kennels Used pictures of a dog that was not his own for a stud service & once he received the stud fee he said the dog was dead. Topeka Kansas
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Thomas Totten advertised a stud dog named Notorious Boss. I paid a stud fee of $1,000 and complied with all requests Mr. Totten had in reference to an artificial insemination breeding. I paid $1,000 via PayPal around March 21 2013, took my b***h to a reproductive service vet, had a brucellosis test, up to date vaccinations, pictures, pedigree, and so on. On May 30th 2013 I contacted Thomas Totten of Big Business Kennels to let him know that my b***h had not yet gone into season. He replied by saying "Ok. But I'm sorry to inform you, boss died on the 19th. Bred with a female whom i thought was up to date on vaccination.." He offered me a Boss puppy in return. I asked if Boss was the sire, and he assured me that he was. Upon further research, I found that Boss was not the sire of the litter he was offering me a puppy from, but the sire was LEASHCANDY'S G-K STYLES
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/30/2013 11:00 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Big-Business-Kennels/Topeka-Kansas-66605/Big-Business-Kennels-Used-pictures-of-a-dog-that-was-not-his-own-for-a-stud-service-on-1055205. 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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