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    Default Vet Allowing Byb Posters in Window

    I went past my vet on my night run and was shocked what I seen in the window. Posted from inside of the vet.

    One was some sib huskys no papers, not microchipped, selling at six weeks and asking for $1000 a pop.
    One was some sh1tzus cross asking 300 didnt even say they were vaccinated.
    Third was a litter of red nose pittbulls microchipping is done at extra and charging $600

    I couldnt believe it, why would a vet allow these in her window?
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    To be honest, I dont really have an issue with that.

    Why wouldnt the vet let them be advertised?

    The main thing I have an issue with there is the husky pups not being chipped as it is illegal to sell without chipping, and the fact they are only 6 weeks old.

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    A lady I know messaged a BYB on Facebook, turns out this BYB is breeding their dog so his kids can see the miracle of birth... they are cross-breds... and he is a VET.

    You would think they would know better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crested_Love View Post
    A lady I know messaged a BYB on Facebook, turns out this BYB is breeding their dog so his kids can see the miracle of birth... they are cross-breds... and he is a VET.

    You would think they would know better.
    LOL back in my home town in NZ, there is a vet who sells all sorts of oodles and other fluffy little cuteys.

    My friend was interested in some of the pups and assumed that because the pups were being sold at a vet, that meant that all the parents would have been health checked and raised in favourable conditions.

    It's funny what people think.

    Still, I dont reall yhave a problem with ads or pups being sold there necessarily, just depends where they came from and whether the buyer knows what they are letting themselve sin for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lala View Post
    .... Still, I dont reall yhave a problem with ads or pups being sold there necessarily, just depends where they came from and whether the buyer knows what they are letting themselve sin for
    LOL- Freudian slip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Villain & Flirtt View Post
    LOL- Freudian slip?
    LMAo

    I am a terrible typer, but possibly!

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    Selling puppies in NSW unmicrochipped is illegal.

    I wonder if this vet knows what is up on their window.

    Consider reporting to the Australian Vet association - or just ring her and point the problem out.

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    Would you rather they be put to sleep? What a weird thing to have a problem with...

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    Quote Originally Posted by silvershadowwolf24 View Post
    Would you rather they be put to sleep? What a weird thing to have a problem with...
    No, I would rather they be desexed (or at least sold on a desexing contract).
    Microchipped.
    Not making a ridiculous profit from them... come on, do you really think any of those puppies have had health testing at all? No reason to be charging $1,000.

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    I was actually posing my question to Bulldog_Lover, who seemed to have a problem with the vet allowing it to be advertised, rather then the price and lack of microchipping.

    Of course no reason to change so much. I wonder if people would actually buy untested husky puppies for that much.

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