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Complaint Review: Country Nightz Ranch Jessica Davidson Puppy mill in Yelm WA - Yelm Washington

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Country Nightz Ranch is operated by Jessica Davidson in Yelm, Washington. This woman is a puppy mill with many different breeds of dogs including Labradors, Dalmatians, French Bulldogs, Cocker Spaniels, Poodles, and more. She is mass producing puppies and doing this for a living.

She makes you fill out a ridiculously long contract and demands you return the dog to her if you can't keep it so she can re sell the dog (and not refund you!). She gets multiple returned puppies throughout the year because she produces aggressive dogs and turns around and re sells them for the same purchase price, so she gets double or triple the money on many of the the exact same puppies.

Her puppies are raised in portable containers in her basement and they are all lined up with over 50 puppies down there at one time. This breeder is the epitome of a puppy mill and a breeder who breeds for profit. Animal control is at her house almost every single day from people calling in, yet nothing stops her.

She whines and complains about every little thing and then randomly tries to defend herself and start fights with others online. Her French bulldog had puppies which she bred through AI and then had a C section done and the puppies died and then she goes all over social media whining that she lost the litter and basically lost money. Do not support puppy Mills. 

Jessica Davidson at Country Nightz Ranch in Yelm, Washington (((REDACTED)))

Her phone number is 360-947-3446 and her email is countrynightzkennels@gmail.com


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#10 Consumer Comment

There are some very disturbing connections going on with this animal flipper!

AUTHOR: Fellow Dalmatian Luvr - (United States)

POSTED: Monday, November 18, 2019

I agree with what these other posters are saying, this Jessica (whatever her last name is at the moment!) is eerily similar to the 2 crazy Maryland criminals and is likely headed on the same path since 50 dogs, or puppies, or both, in your house at a time inevitably leads to the exact same results as were found by the Animal Control with the Black Rock case. (Their house is currently being demolished.) 

She has been renovating her home and that is very likely why, all of the waste and damage caused by dozens of dogs and puppies had probably destroyed her basement, maybe more of the house, who knows. Maybe animal control told her that she had to do something or they would be able to remove the animals.

She obviously had to put them somewhere while the home has been renovated...did they all get crammed in a shed??? She posted a bunch of pictures for a while where her hands were always in dr gloves as she held the puppies on the air for the photos which is very suspicious. I imagine it is just a matter of time till we start hearing about parvo pups she is selling. 

A large majority of her pictures of her dogs and puppies always look like she just pulled them out of the back shed and hosed them off on the pavement for pictures, so sad for the animals as they didn't choose this woman, but the irony is, they won't be stuck with her for long.  

She is a flat out liar when confronted, so nothing she says is to be believed. She claimed she co-owns the Spaniels but then listed them on multiple sites for sale with her Lab puppies and Dalmatian puppies that she currently is trying to get rid of since she has many more litters due in the next 30 days.

When a "breeder" lists her puppies on craigslist, that shows they are a puppymill since no reputable breeder sells puppies on craigslist. The possoble connection to the Duvall puppymill is making sense because that is the only way that breeder advertises.  Country Nightz probably already ditched her Frenchie since she lost her so much money.

I couldn't agree more about the mental illness signs...this person suffers paranoia at minimum (trainer as well) and possibly more. The paranoia is obvious from all of the unfounded fears over pyometra and also the refusal to allow puppy buyers to come see or meet the puppies and parents prior to handing over their money.

She has posted many times on her pages about how she is terrified for her family's safety, as well as that of her dogs. Sounds like she needs to find another profession since purchasing a puppy is similar to purchasing a new car and it is beyond unrealistic to expect people to send you hundreds of dollars sight unseen, so to speak, but somehow she convinces dozens of people that is how you buy a puppy.

And then there are her flash sales, yes, the comparison to pet store prices couldn't be more appropriate. These are live animals and to offer flash sales is beyond inappropriate, but when they are far overpriced for what they are to begin with, well that's what has to happen to move them I guess!

From the way this person acts, you would think she is a teenager. The ridiculous contract demands that you stay friends on all of the social media outlets Country Nightz is on and not block or unfriend, and you must also stay part of a group she has on social media.

Since her entire contract revolves around confiscating the dog for numerous different reasons (and constantly emphasizes how no refund shall be offered ever for any reason) she probably has all of this in place so that she can try to find reasons to take peoples dogs for resell. You are also required to send updates every few months to prove you are not abusing or neglecting your dog (again, the paranoia or else why is she selling to people that look to be abusers?)

  The contract says you will be sued for slander, libel or harassment. If she were a truly reputable breeder like she pretends to be, she would not need to think about the possibility of slander, libel, or harassment, let alone actually put it in a contract!!!  This shows she knows without a doubt that what she is doing is wrong.

Description of a pet flipper is spot on and the worst kind of breeder because they will truly breed anything that they think will make them more money, meaning they are not choosing any dogs for any certain qualities to pass on etc. That is exactly why she likes to refer to herself as a rescue. Takes advantage of all the dogs that are already losing their home.  Hoping these animals get some justice at some point.  

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#9 Consumer Comment

Reviews only count if they are not censored!

AUTHOR: Gemma - (United States)

POSTED: Sunday, November 17, 2019

 I am not sure how this breeder and the one from Duvall are related but it appears to me from my observations over time that she may be a protege of the Black Rock breeder in Maryland who is in jail for animal abuse/neglect since he was pushing hard for things that could be sold as rare, particularly long hair lemon Dalmatians and that just happens to be what this woman has been obsessing over for the short time she has been breeding Dalmatians.

So she likely has/had more than one mentor. She is producing at a rate we haven't seen since the 90''s after the movie craze sent everyone searching for a Dalmatian. Truly frightening. She keeps emphasizing that animal control doesn't have any issues with her set up (whatever that indicates) but since they keep coming out on a very regular basis, something is very wrong.

The trainer thinks that the conditions must be safe, secure, and acceptable since they continue to show up on a regular basis which does not make sense to a logical person. This is the trainer though who talks about dogs dropping dead at a dog park, which is beyond frightening and should not happen to any dog ever so I would certainly be worried about buying a puppy from her, whatever kinds of dogs she is breeding.

The puppies that Country Nightz is producing are very likely having aggression issues since they are closely surrounded by dozens of other puppies of all ages till they leave her care (whatever that does or doesn't include) so they are already off to the very worst kind of start that a puppy can be raised in.

Her page boasts of raising all of her dogs in a giant pack, which is simply not safe in any way for puppies of all different ages and maturity levels, and adult dogs of different ages, maturity levels, and temperaments. The trainer states that once it is safe for the puppies to leave the nursery, they spend most of their time outside which may be why they are having issues.

You certainly can't have 50 puppies of various ages, running all over your house and small children like she seems to pretend by saying she raises her puppies in the home. That is easy to see through, so they are likely sent outside permanently to fend for themselves in the pack that they are stuck in since that is how the breeder says she is raising them.

I find it very strange that her website only has screenshots of reviews. She had a google storefront for a while where people were leaving reviews, but that magically disappeared overnight at some point. Same as with her facebook page, she had a way for a while to leave reviews but then disabled it so that you can't.

And now she only shows the screenshots of the good ones, so there must have been many bad ones starting to flow in which she must not have liked and had to take drastic measures. Very shady. Her contract reads like it was written by a 5th grader, perhaps she needs to make certain it will even hold up by contacting an attorney who actually knows what they are doing.

She claims to care about her puppies she produces but she will only guarantee her puppies if they are fed life's abundance-which is a pyamid scheme! So she requires all her puppy buyers to buy this food, from her, so she can make even more money off of them!

Most of their food is grain free, which vets are saying is NOT healthy for most dogs, so I certainly hope that is not what she is recommending for all theses unsuspecting people! Quoted directly by the trainer: Did you know that most breeders feed their dogs crappy cheap food to save money so that they can get more profit?

Jessica feeds her dogs quality food, because money is not her first concern, the health of her dogs is! So knowing that she is part of a dog food pyramid scheme only makes the whole statement even more laughable.

Something that I find very alarming is the fact that they keep referring to this nursery in this woman's basement (a very scary thought since it has held upwards of 50 puppies at a time, puppies poop a lot, and everywhere, and they cry very loudly at bed time etc, that is when you just have one litter, and this picture would look just like that but on steroids!) and now it is, as they put it, elsewhere.

Not sure what that is meaning, but it sounds very ominous to me. A scheme of many puppy mills is to have more than one location or house and they sell from one to appear normal and have the other for hiding the dozens upon dozens of dogs and puppies that they have. I certainly hope that is not what this person is up to now since they have only grown in the years I have watched them and show no signs of boundaries, limits, or slowing down.

I agree that there may be mental illness present, as with the Black Rock fellow from all appearances. This breeder is constantly moaning about the dangers of pyometra and using that for her excuses to breed each female constantly, which just shows how uneducated she (and her two friends) are. It is just that, an excuse.

To begin with, pyometra is not particularly common and if they were truly as worried as they claim to be, they would simply fix all their girls as that would be the only way to "iliminate" any risk. From their skewed thinking, one should be worried every minute that your appendix may burst, because well, you have one and it (occasionally) happens!

The trainer sounds as though they may have possible signs of mental illness as well since she accuses most breeders of putting their female dogs lives at risk by not breeding them every cycle and being selfish by owning only one breed and breeding for "convenience."

It is astonishing that these are the people who claim to know what they are doing, whole thing is enough to make anyone ill who knows anything about the breeding and raising a litter of puppies properly.

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#8 Consumer Comment

I would call this woman a snake oil saleswoman

AUTHOR: Josie - (United States)

POSTED: Saturday, November 16, 2019

Also goes by Jessica Garoutte, hopefully people keep adding the known breeds that she owns/breeds and also the aliases she is known to go by, since she is definitely not volunteering any more information than what is being presented by others.

Her trainer/mentor didn't mention any of her other breeds either, even though she claims to have worked with each and every one of her dogs, so she doesn't even know everything this person is hiding OR she is covering for her-not sure which.

This breeder clearly shouldn't be breeding Dalmatians if a Poodle is not a good fit for her because Dalmatians and Poodles have the same clownish personalities and are both a very active breed who are protective of their families. So other than the vastly different coats, they are very similar in many ways.

It is very peculiar that this breeder co-owns so many dogs throughout many states from what she claims (possibly only says that to appear to have far fewer dogs than she really has since her numbers are truly alarming!) since almost all co-own arrangements are typically made for a dog that is competing or being shown part of the time and taken care of by another family the rest of the time.

This woman does not compete with any of her dogs or show them (since most are not up to breed standards or even registered!) So there is zero reason as to why she needs to be juggling even more animals since she clearly has more than enough to handle as it is.

She is essentially exploiting all these poor dogs, a k9 pimp which sounds comical, but sadly, is anything but! The only value any dog holds for her is their reproductive organs...sick!!! Which of course leads to her pricing...she charges prices of ribboned dogs (champions of their competitions, whatever those may be) or what i would call pet store prices since she obviously does not do a thing with her dogs besides breed them.

She charges thousands, yes thousands, for no apparent reasons other than that she has done 'health screening for her dogs' which is like doing a 23 and me, a completely useless test for any real issues. The ONLY reason she even does that is so that she can purposely breed colors and coats that she thinks will make her even richer since she declares them as rare and her genetic screening tells her how to accomplish just that.

She shouts about how reputable she is on her sites but this woman had an oops litter 2 years ago (2017) with a foster Dalmatian and one of her labs, and then she went crazy buying up anything that was spotted and not fixed and breeding them as quickly as she could for quantity, quantity, quantity. She doesn't seem to care at all about QUALITY.

Doesn't sound responsible OR reputable to me, but she has copied/pasted lots of info about Dalmatians on her site so that some people think she actually knows what she is doing and talking about. Scam artist is more like it! She has no true experience with the breed beyond the dozens she has bought and sold over the past 2 years solely for breeding purposes.

For someone who claims to be sad, heartbroken, or traumatized by the loss of puppies, perhaps she should try to invest more of her emotions into the poor breeder dogs in her care since she clearly doesn't love any of them enough to keep them longer than a year or two.

She is regularly offering her adult dogs up for sale, never for any apparent reasons other than that she has tired of the animal. She is what I would consider a pet flipper with her strange behaviors when it comes to what she refers to as family members.

No one would sell their dog if it were a true family member, but maybe it is for scarier reasons such as that she finds out they have major health issues or very bad temperaments. I wouldn't trust this woman enough to purchase anything from her, certainly not a live animal.

Once her female dogs that are currently being bred begin producing drastically less, I can guarantee they will get the boot like many before them since that is the breeding philosophy she lives by according to her site. Such as poor Archer, her short hair lemon stud who is currently 'looking for a home' on her page because she will no longer provide him one. Disgusts me to no end.

Poor guy obviously spends most, if not all of his time outside since he is clearly sunburnt on his nose and will likely get skin cancer because she hasn't provided adequate shelter or care for him while she has used him. And just now she has added Pongo as looking for a new home!

Wish this woman were banned from owning any pets, but at this rate, that may just happen! I think that this woman may be related to the horrible puppy mill in Duvall...if you don't know of the one I am talking about Google Dalmatian puppy mill Duvall Washington and you will begin to see a small chunk of the concerns and complaints about a woman named Lisa.

Maybe these two are sister in law, or mother in law, etc, who knows. Lisa breeds lots of breeds of dogs too, in mass numbers, brother and sister dogs, parent and child dogs, etc, just sick!!! So now there is a Dalmatian puppy mill in Duvall AND Yelm Washington.

It is so awful that puppy mills have circled back around to Dalmatians. Never ends well for the dogs. Spread the word on these people!

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#7 Consumer Comment

Jessica Davidson, Jessica Abbe, Jessica Anne, Jessica Timar, Anne Jessica, as many aliases as breeds?

AUTHOR: Fellow Dalmatian Luvr - (United States)

POSTED: Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Yes, yes, and yes to the report done by Dalmatian Luvr. As pointed out, she is breeding many breeds, including Great Danes which aren't listed and who knows which other ones haven't yet been covered. She does indeed mass produce these animals, (specifically Dalmatians, which is a breed that should NOT be mass produced ever again) and it IS how she is making her living.

Must indicate a mental illness since I can't think of one (respectable) dog breeder who uses dogs as their sole income. That is entirely a puppy mill indication. Her contract IS ridiculously long, but I guess we know why, her "mentor/trainer" has helped her.  

I hope the "trainer" has proper credentials, although it definitely sounds like that is not the case given all the aggression issues going on in these dogs/puppies and how "many" returned puppies the breeder and trainer have had to handle (very abnormal, this is why Dalmatians should not be bred by folks such as this woman who do not truly know the breed and do not truly know the proper homes required by the breed.

Hint-it's not the first person with lots of money in hand) Somehow it is ALL the fault of the families who have taken the puppies home, no way it could possibly be anything to do with how the puppies were raised under her care or the (unknown) genetics that she breeds. 

Unknown since many of her Dalmatians are not even registered, for reasons that are not clear.     As the original poster points out, over 50 puppies in her basement at one time!!! Run the other direction people!!! Also pointed out, regular and even frequent visits from animal control!!! Keep running!!!

Then these people (the breeder herself and her "trainer") practically brag about the fact that animal control has paid many visits and no animals have yet been removed...that's like bragging that CPS comes regularly but you still have your kids!!!

It is not normal for a (good) breeder to have frequent visits from animal control, period. Besides that, there are laws that must be followed and until these dogs are near enough dead or dead, unfortunately animal control likely can't do anything even if the dogs deserve so much better. 

This breeder says that her emotions are what separates her from a puppymill...enough said. She also claims the "Dr" made a mistake...if the Dr has the proper credentials, I am more inclined to believe they knew what they were doing and she was the one who made mistakes (many).

Maybe if she felt as much emotion for her Dalmatians as she says she does for her Frenchie she would realize breeding them back to back is NOT good for them mentally or physically.

I'm not sure what the one person (Ashely) is implying by pointing out that it must be someone close to know that she houses some of her dogs in her basement...that is a very bizarre statement. Whatever they are inferring, they are guilty of too since they are obviously close to this "Jess". Although maybe not as close as they think since they haven't seen the same stacked area that this other person has.

I'm not sure where this "trainer" gets her numbers, apparently she knows "most breeders"? She states that "most" breeders breed their females 7 to 8 times but that number sounds entirely false, although I guess I don't hang around puppymills like she seems to and I know the signs of one when I see one.

This "trainer" also provides very false information that females lives are put at risk when they are not bred back to back which is the most outlandish statement she makes, I think. If that were the fact then every Vet and dog book would make sure to point that out and not an obscure study here and there that all the puppy mills latch onto for their excuse as to why their poor females don't get well deserved breaks (from making their greedy owners their fortune).

At least she concedes that Jessica produces a high amount of puppies, and some with aggression issues, the few truthful statements she makes.

This breeder goes by many names, which indicates she is hiding things (other than the fact that she is a puppymill).  If you are searching for a responsible breeder, keep searching, as this woman is anything but and what she is producing is not one bit surprising.  

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#6 Consumer Comment

Stay far away! Puppy Mill!

AUTHOR: Hannah - (United States)

POSTED: Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Anyone that has as many dogs and litters is in fact a puppy mill. Please do not support this disgusting practice. I feel very sorry for all the puppy machines she has. She does not love these dogs. If she did she would realize that she can not possibly give them all the attention they NEED.

If she love her dogs she would not live off of the profit of their bodies. If she loved these dogs she would find them new homes where there is not 50 other dogs that are all in desperate need of love and attention.

Please do not support a puppy mill and warn your friend to avoid this place as well!

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#5 Consumer Comment

Puppy mill for sure!!!

AUTHOR: John - (United States)

POSTED: Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Do your research people. There are so many red flags with this breeder. She has so many litters each month. Various different breeds. The dogs look off, not healthy. She is weird about letting people into her house. She needs to slow down because she is creating some very ill animals... lab puppy with cyst, an entire litter dies, producing cryptorchid puppies... what’s next?!

Also find it comical that she’s blaming the vet clinic when she’s been singing their praise on social media. Stop being so reckless and negligent in your breeding. And if all this isn’t sketchy enough... Have fun keeping track of the lady. She has multiple aliases.

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#4 Consumer Comment

Yes! Country Nightz IS a puppy mill.

AUTHOR: Jenny - (United States)

POSTED: Tuesday, November 12, 2019

I agree with everything in the report. Jessica is most definitely a puppy mill. Anyone with that many dogs and puppies cannot properly care for them. Dogs are social creatures and each one needs and deserves love, attention, walks, playtime and affection.

It is horrible what she is doing and the amount of litters she is producing purely to line her pockets. Please do not buy puppies from this puppy mill. She needs to be shut down!

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AUTHOR: PolkadottyqueenB - (United States)

POSTED: Wednesday, November 06, 2019

As Jessica's dog trainer, the wife of one of her remodel technitions, one of her breeding mentors, AND someone who purchased a puppy from her I can say with certainty that your ripoff report is false. I have been in her home repeatedly, and for extended amounts of time (Over a week at a time while my husband was remodelling her home).

I have worked with each, and every one of her dogs, I purchased a puppy from her, have helped her work on her contract, and have been directly involved in many of her sale/return transactions since she began breeding.

She has ONE Labrador Retriever, who she has bred ONE time, and co-owns, the dog spends most of her time with her other owner, not Jessica. She has ONE Frenchie, who is now spayed because Jessica only ever intended to breed her one time, and when the litter did not survive it was devastating to her, and she could not bear to go through the emotional turmoil a second time.

She does not have, or breed any Poodles. She co-owns a couple of Cocker Spaniels. Her main breed, and the only breed that she actively breeds is Dalmatians. There is nothing wrong with owning multiple breeds of dogs, and if you occassionally have a litter of puppies in a different breed than your main breed there is nothing wrong with that either.

She does not have a lot of puppies returned yearly, and she does not have over 50 puppies at once. When she DOES have puppies returned she ends up giving, or selling at a discounted price to previous puppy buyers (Price, or lack thereof depends on HER expenses incurred by bringing the puppy back into her home).

She CERTAINLY does not repeatedly sell the same puppy at full price! And her contract is not rediculously long, nor is it abnormal for a reputable breeder to require their buyer to sign such a contract, her contract is pretty typical, and there is nothing in it that is unreasonable.

Any breeder who does NOT require that their puppies be returned to them if the original buyer can not keep them is NOT a good breeder, and is in it for the money. It costs a lot to have puppies/dogs returned, and you do not generally get any money the second time you find them a home, when they ARE sold instead of being given away then they are sold for as much, or less than what it costs to vet, feed, and evaluate them.

Not to mention any training that may be required before being able to place the puppy/dog! Considering that I am Jessica's dog trainer, I happen to know exactly how much it costed, and still costs her to do these things. Her puppies are not raised in 'Containers' of any sort, they are raised in puppy play pens. And while for a time her basement was set up (VERY nicely) as a puppy nursery, and a few litters were raised there, when she remodelled she also changed the setup, and the puppy nursery is elsewhere.

Also, even while she used the basement for her nursery, once her puppies reached an age where it was safe for them to be removed from the nursery then they began spending most of their time outside, and in the main living areas of the home, with Jessica, and her children at all times.

If animal control was at her house daily, or almost daily (Which they are not, not even close to daily) wouldn't it make sense then to figure that the conditions which her dogs, and puppies live in MUST be safe, secure, and acceptable?

Animal control HAS been to her home several times due to people with no basic understanding of what really goes on in her home, and her breeding program, and each time it has been determined that there is no valid reason to be called out to her home.

If there was a valid reason they would remove all of her dogs and puppies from her care, which has not happened - because there is no reason for it to. Also, for the record - Frenchies ALWAYS have to have c-sections, so I am uncertain as to why you thought it important to note that as though it was a bad thing?

Yes, she posted several posts on her PERSONAL, and PRIVATE facebook page about this happening - not whining about loosing money, but expressing what had happened, and how devastated she was about it happening, but she only made a single public post, which, again, was not whining about loosing income, but explaining what had happened.

Jessica sincerly loves her dogs, and her puppies, which is more than I can say for MANY breeders who only have a couple of dogs of a single breed, and breed them once per year... Did you know that most breeders breed each female 7-8 times!?!

Jessica only breeds her 1-5 times each! Did you know that most breeders put their females at huge risk of DEATH so that they can breed them only once every 1-2 years for their own convenience? Jessica ILIMINATES that risk by breeding them on every heat cycle until they are spayed - starting at an appropriately HEALTHY age of 1-2 years (Depending on when, and how frequently they have heat cycles), and for ONE to FIVE litters.

Did you know that most breeders feed their dogs crappy cheap food to save money so that they can get more profit? Jessica feeds her dogs quality food, because money is not her first concern, the health of her dogs is!

Yes, Jessica produces a 'High' (Which is a relative term - entirely opinion based) number of puppies each year, but she loves every one of them, puts their health first, goes above, and beyond what the average Dalmatian breeder does by having every single puppy BAER hearing tested, and every single adult dog fully health tested to insure she is not producing blind puppies, or puppies who will one day randomly drop dead while running around at the dog park.

While some of her puppies have developed aggression issues (MILD aggression issues) after going into new homes, this has been due to owners not giving them appropriate stimiluation, physically, and mentally, and has had nothing to do with genetics, or Jessica herself.

There has not been a single puppy in her care since I met her that has had aggression, with the exception of the first day, or two after being returned with ONE puppy who had ZERO stimulation mentally, or physically while in the care of the original buyer.

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#2 General Comment

Country Nightz Ranch is NOT a mill

AUTHOR: Ashley - (United States)

POSTED: Wednesday, November 06, 2019

 I am not sure who you are but you must be someone close to Jess to know she has some of her dogs housed in her downstairs. And to know that snook lost her litter because she went Into preterm labor. Which is Moines fault. And she was not whining she was devastated.

It effects the health of her dog which is a family member. All her dogs are... They are loved and spoiled and get the best care and treatment. None of them get crated unless it's bed time. Yes she does have a separate room for her mom's with puppies. Any responsible breeder does.

It helps keep them safe from other dogs/puppies. But they are not stacked on top of each other. They are in pens that are cleaned multiple times a day and they are played with multiple times a day. Just bc she has different breeds and has puppies does not make her a mill. If you look Into it. It's safer to breed your female every heat so she does not developed pyometra. And fixed after 5 to 6 litters.

You seem to be just a disgruntled person who she wouldn't let a pup go to or someone who she has forced to give a pup back as you were neglectful. Either way. You should not be telling people lies and making false reports. It's childish

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AUTHOR: Jessica - (United States)

POSTED: Wednesday, November 06, 2019

 I am sorry you feel this way about me. I do not have poodles, I did have a poodle for a little but she wasn’t a good fit for my home, so she lives with a friend of mine. I do co- own a Labrador named chloe, she primarily lives in California. I do co own 3 cocker spaniels, who share time with me and their primary owners. I

do have a French bulldog and your correct she was bred, and she had a c section & spayed, unfortunately the doctor made a mistake and she lost her whole litter. I was not "whining” because of money, I was sad because the loss was heart breaking. The emotions behind losing a litter is just like losing one of your own dogs, it’s traumatic, sad and heart breaking.

There is nothing wrong with me showing those emotions at all. And in fact that is the exact thing that separates me from puppy mills... I care about my animals, I care about my puppies and the loss of my puppies was heart breaking.

Yes your correct animal control is out fairly common, they have to investigate every report, and they do not have any issues with my set up, my dogs or my home. If they did I wouldn’t have my dogs by now. However "everyday” is extremely over dramatic... they are not out every day. And even if they were, again there is nothing wrong with my set up.

And we do not have "over 50 puppies lined up in portable containers”. We use Durawhelps, and I use retriever play pens, we Have 15 puppies right now. And again animal control doesn’t have any issues with my set up.

None of the dogs I have or have produced are "aggressive” many people think that typical puppy behavior (play bitting or barking) is "aggressive” and it’s not, it’s due to the owners lack of proper training and can be easily worked on. Yes I do require my puppies come back if people can’t keep them.

This is what responsible breeders do, I can understand why some people have an issue with it, but i make a lifelong commitment to every single puppy I raise. I do not charge "the same price” for returned puppies, another very over dramatized statement.

Also I have not been on Facebook often enough to even be "whining all over” aside from when I was heart broken over my frenchies litter not surviving, I made one post in a public group... the rest was on my friends list And honestly why is me being upset about my puppies passing a bad thing?

It was traumatic and heart breaking, I have every right to feel those feelings, I love my dogs and my puppies. I spayed my Frenchie because I just can’t imagine putting her through that again emotionally it’s been hard on both of us, but her mostly, I even tried to find her babies to foster so that she could feel a little better.

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