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    Default Mini Foxies Babies Very Cute

    purebred, no papers MINI FOXIES

    1 female, tan & white $300
    2 males, 1 is black & white, the other is tan & white, $250 each

    mum and dad are extra small mini's... both have beautiful loyal natures..
    the pups were born on the 14th march, and will be ready to take home on the 20th of april..

    the pups will be wormed and flea treated.

    a $50 deposit can be taken to hold your chosen pup.. You can also choose to pay your pup off weekly or fornightly if you want..

    for more info contact my sister Natalie on 07 54846572 or text 0415464240
    photos are available, you can email nat_n_scott@hotmail.com

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    Sorry...First selling your Dally and now advertising a litter of BYB puppies online with a payment plan included no less!!!

    What a disgrace

    Just incase you are unaware over 600,000 companion animals are killed every single year. One every four minutes in this country.

    It is people like you (BYB's in particular) who knowingly contribute to kill rates in shelters and pounds. Shame on you. Desex the dogs and be a responsible dog owner.

    And before you kick up a stink and justify your actions, put your money where your mouth is and join me for just one day in a pound as a volunteer. I guarantee you will walk away in a somber frame of mind as you watch healthy rehomeable dogs (all ages) of this breed being euthed....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JACKIE07 View Post
    purebred, no papers MINI FOXIES
    Oh wow! A dog with no papers is not considered pure breed, btw.

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    first of all im disgusted with you that you would even judge me with out even knowing me or the situation. I'm selling my Dally as i have a new job and my hours limit the time i can spend with him, so i thought it would be selfish to keep him.
    Second of all the mini foxie's are my sisters not mine i'm just helping her find new homes for them.!!!
    Third of all is i have seen first hand what cruelty and neglect is like as i do volunteer at a shelter and i have fostered for many animals and i donate alot of my money to shelters and the RSPCA, i can not believe you just think you know everything when you dont.

    I am nothing like those people that are cruel and neglect there animals.

    I thought this forum was about helping people out not judging people and accusing them for something they havent done.

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    It is about helping people and dogs

    I hope that these puppies are responsibly rehomed and i hope that they are more than just wormed and flea treated.

    These puppies must be vaccinated and vet checked. Responsible rehoming under these circumstances will also include waiting untill the puppies are 14 weeks old and having them desexed proir to sale.

    You should interview people extensively over the phone and then meet them at their home and do a house check to ensure the dogs are in a safe and loving environment.

    And if anything should go wrong, and the owners circumstances change the dog should come back to you.

    These are just some of the ways you can reduce the risk factors that lead to dumping and abandonment.

    And lastly, desex the dogs to avoid further unwanted litters.

    Nic

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    Quote Originally Posted by JACKIE07 View Post
    first of all im disgusted with you that you would even judge me with out even knowing me or the situation. I'm selling my Dally as i have a new job and my hours limit the time i can spend with him, so i thought it would be selfish to keep him.
    Second of all the mini foxie's are my sisters not mine i'm just helping her find new homes for them.!!!
    Third of all is i have seen first hand what cruelty and neglect is like as i do volunteer at a shelter and i have fostered for many animals and i donate alot of my money to shelters and the RSPCA, i can not believe you just think you know everything when you dont.

    I am nothing like those people that are cruel and neglect there animals.

    I thought this forum was about helping people out not judging people and accusing them for something they havent done.
    Actually you initially said you were selling him as your nan didn't like a dog that big. Now you don't have time? Can I assume he has had no training beyond basic puppy training and is now out of control?

    Since you are SO involved in rescue, can I also assume these pups are microchipped, registered and desexed prior to rehoming? or is that too much to ask for from someone busy as yourself? But no, of course they are your sisters dogs, so it is her responsibility. As a rescuer yourself you would be encouraging her to do the right thing of course.

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    I am selling dallas due to lack of time and my work hours, my nan is worried about his size. Also I had a professional trainer come to my house and help me train Dallas when i first got him. He is not out of control i just dont have the time he deserves with my new job.

    My sisters pups arent registered or micro-chipped or de-sexed, as my sisters believes its the new owners choice, if they would like there pup micro-chipped de sexed its not a problem.

    I still dont understand how i am being judged as a person for advertising my sisters pups.

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    Your sister is a byb and dogs may well die in pounds because of the decision she makes. How do you feel about your sister? Dogs come first - above all else - they aren't a money making venture, they are living, breathing, creatures.

    I am not judging you by anything more than what you have said.

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    Jackie this is not about you or judgement. This is the real world.

    I understand this is a harsh lesson but in light of the enormous issues of unwanted and irresponsibly rehomed dogs in this country so be it.

    You have knowingly advertised these pups and you are following any progress...you cant have it both ways.

    Your sisters views are typical of a BYB'er. Responsible breeding and rehoming is one thing, copping out with excuses at the expense of animals she has knowingly bred is another.

    If this litter is unwanted due to not desexing her dogs get them desexed.

    Bet she doesnt, I bet this has happened before and will again.

    Sending out dogs for $$$ unchipped, unregistered, undesexed, unvaccinated is simply disasterous and contributing to the problem of unwanted animals.

    From what you are stating your sister has absolutely no interest in the welfare of the puppies in her care long term at all.

    Responsible rehoming with all relevant vet work is 100% the original owner/ sellers responsibility!

    If finding the best homes was paramount all vet work would be done and she would be so fussy about new homes this site would not even cross her mind in terms of advertising.

    Anyway, again a harsh post from me....but you get that on the big jobs..... and when people deny reality and make up excuses, i feel terribly frustrated to say the least.

    Nic

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    I will add your sisters views, motivation and opinions are irrelevant.

    If she is motivated and focused on ENSURING risk factors that lead to dumping, abandonment and further unwanted litters are reduced she will ensure the very best available homes through a strict rehoming practice and ensure all vet work before sale is completed.

    Nic

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