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    Default Pure bred Golden Retriever puppies for sale

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    Hi 'zgnilek' and to the forum.

    The pups look nice !

    Will the pups be registered with the State Canine Control Council in your state ?

    Have the parents been health tested at all ?

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    The puppies (as all puppies are) are very cute!!

    Is there a reason these puppies weren't on hold by prospective buyers prior to birth?

    I'm not sure if your allowed to attempt sale of dogs without microchip details in the "ad". I don't know if this applies to pups prior to microchipping.

    I second the question of health tests, inclusive of hip scores, for the both parents?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RileyJ View Post
    Hi 'zgnilek' and to the forum.

    The pups look nice !

    Will the pups be registered with the State Canine Control Council in your state ?

    Have the parents been health tested at all ?
    Hi there, yes the pups are absolutely beautiful and we have sold most of them today with deposits placed. No the puppies are not registered with any councils - they are 3 and half week old. We plan on handing the puppies to families with full registration, vet papers, vaccination and micro chipping.

    The parents have not been health tested, but both have papers. No - i am not a professional breader, and nor do i want to be one. We did this whole puppy experience for our children who are absolutely loving the experience. But I somehow get a feeling that this will be frowned upon in this forum.

    Anyways, if anyone is interested, we have 1 boy and 2 girls left available for viewing. The only way we put a hold on a puppy is via a $200 deposit and you get the puppies when they are 8 weeks old (early Feb). If someone on this forum is interested, please send message.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Pawfectionist View Post
    The puppies (as all puppies are) are very cute!!

    Is there a reason these puppies weren't on hold by prospective buyers prior to birth?

    I'm not sure if your allowed to attempt sale of dogs without microchip details in the "ad". I don't know if this applies to pups prior to microchipping.

    I second the question of health tests, inclusive of hip scores, for the both parents?
    Hello, good to hear from you. I like the fact that you are so interested in the wellbeing of the puppies (or perhaps your ego). Seriously, the puppies are 3.5 weeks old, and I for one don't feel like having a big ass needle being stuck in them yet to microchip them. They will have their chips together with their first immunisation at 6 weeks old (which i stated in the add smart arse).

    And FYI, mrs ego - yes it is legal to post adds for puppies that are not microchipped yet as long as you have a letter from your vet stating that it is against their recommendation for the puppies health. It just so happens that our vet has a very similar outlook on puppies health and wellbeing to what we do and were very encouraging to wait till the 6 week vaccination for the microchipping.

    Now, I appreciate your 2 cents worth, but seriously find a hobby. I somehow get a feeling that this is not the right forum to post in. (maybe everyday people breeding puppies for the love of it rather than money, and doing a better job than you bored, bitter old hags is a bit too much of a THREAT!!!!).

    Thank you and good day.... no please don't call for a puppy, in fact I'm not sure that I will be willing to part with a puppy to anyone that approaches me from this forum...it will probably end up being a sperm bank or incubator for your future 'better handled' breedings...

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    I somehow get a feeling that this is not the right forum to post in.

    You got that part right! Bye Bye.

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    Zgnilek, i apologise if I offended you, as it is not my intention.

    I simply ask why they werent on hold as most people on this forum care for the wellbeing of puppies and reputable breeders have waiting lists for their puppies.

    It's great that you want your children to experience the miracle of birth and puppies, but yes, it would be frowned upon by SOME people. I assume you researched everything there is to about puppies and they look very healthy.

    I never said you should microchip them now, I was simply worried, as it is illegal to sell puppies without microchip details. i wrote "ad" because i am not sure if this is considered an "ad" as these types of posts generally need approval from Moderators.

    I really have no issue here, that you seem to think i have. I've just seen people get abused on here for posting without approval.

    I also asked about health, because it is important. HEALTH is important.

    It's great that both parents have papers. That shows that you care about the breed.

    I'm a bit shocked by your response. It is quite abusive and unwarranted. There is no ego smart arse here. This is a forum for learning. Perhaps you should use it as a learning tool like the rest of us instead of abusing us in defence.

    P.s. how old do you think we are, to be calling us "bitter old hags"?!
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    Lol Belinda, maybe you could get a hobby as a back yard breeder! Haha

    Anywho OP I doubt anyone from the forum will be interested in purchasing one of your puppies. Considering you aren't registered and neither will your puppies (wonder how the breeder of your dogs feels about that one) I wouldn't call you an ethical breeder and breeding so your kids can experience the joy of puppies isn't really a good reason. Considering the amount of dogs in pounds due to overbreeding maybe it would have been better for you to foster pups so that your kids could get some joy out of helping dogs in need.

    Please also reframe from abusing member of this forum. In some states it is actually against the law to advertise puppies for sale without providing the microchip details.

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    Thanks Jadilee.

    I am quite offended by th OP's response but I will let it roll off as it seems like she is a little stressed and may be taking this out on us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadielee87 View Post
    Lol Belinda, maybe you could get a hobby as a back yard breeder! Haha

    Anywho OP I doubt anyone from the forum will be interested in purchasing one of your puppies. Considering you aren't registered and neither will your puppies (wonder how the breeder of your dogs feels about that one) I wouldn't call you an ethical breeder and breeding so your kids can experience the joy of puppies isn't really a good reason. Considering the amount of dogs in pounds due to overbreeding maybe it would have been better for you to foster pups so that your kids could get some joy out of helping dogs in need.

    Please also reframe from abusing member of this forum. In some states it is actually against the law to advertise puppies for sale without providing the microchip details.
    You my friend are an idiot... breeding for the experience of the joy of puppies is exactly the reason why this makes sense. We have decied to have one litter, after which our four legged friend is getting desexed, we have given the puppies more love than you (by the sounds of things) have given your dog in its lifetime. Yes, another person in this forum has said it right...we have done a lot of research and I for one think that we are doing very well for 'backyard breeders'. On the topic of career choices, i'd hate to be a bitter twisted professional breader...must suck to put food on the table, take your kids for overseas holidays, put your kids through schooling and maybe have enough life experience to want to take on the lovely things in life (one of which being having a litter of puppies and finding them very suitable homes).

    Belinda, you mentioned that professional puppies breed to order... just like professional artists create art to order (I bet they really love what they do too, it sounds like the 'professional breaders in here do'). On a closing note, we were warned by a professional breader friend of ours (owner of the daddy stud with papers for our mummy with papers) that this industry is full of ego driven bored people who like nothing better than shit in other people's business. On this note bye all, been fun - get a life.

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