You didn't quite say that there is a chance of behavioural problems; you said that there would be considerable behaviour problems. Big difference, don't you think? I think you are exaggerating in saying that such dogs would have considerable behavioural problems. There is a chance that they may have some temperament problems but that is not always the case. Some posters here are starting to sound more and more like dogzonline which is the type of forum that reminds me of Hitler's regime and his obsession with the Aryan race. Whilst I do not condone puppy millers and in fact wish they were simply forced to find another way to make a dollar instead of making money out of the suffering of animals, I am not against the odd crossbred pup.
Last edited by Celeste; 05-12-2010 at 12:52 PM. Reason: added more.
I'm entitled to my opinion and I'm sticking to it. I believe that dogs from puppy mills are likely to have behaviour problems. And I bet lots of people here believe the same thing.
I'm not against crossbreds either. I have a Cavalier X Cavoodle. I assume she came from a puppy mill but am not 100% sure. I bought her before I knew the full extent of mills and how they operate.
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