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Report: #1496879

Complaint Review: Mini teacup puppy - Korea

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  • Reported By: Ramona — Laurel United States
  • Mini teacup puppy Korea , United States

Mini teacup puppy sold me a regular sized dog that is now 9 pounds but told me it would only be 3 pounds Korea

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I paid 4800.00 for a dog that is not even a pure bred dog and she is large dog. I tried to work with the seller via Instagram since he sells most of his puppies to the USA. He became very nasty and blocked me. I want to warn people not to buy his animals because it's a fraud, they get very large. I had a long google review attached to his business but he has since deleted the business from google to get rid of my review.

The puppies are very pricey and are now going for 6000, 7000 dollars. I wanted a small dog as I had recently lost my father and wanted to use her as my emotional support and take her with me just about everywhere but that's impossible. Save your money and do not buy from this website. 




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