The most trusted and popular consumer complaints website
Explore your opportunities! Create an account or Sign In

Beverly Hills Puppies, Inc. / Bulldog Puppies (French and English)

1 Miami, FL, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: (954) 297-8882

BEWARE: Anyone who is considering purchasing a puppy from Beverly Hills Puppies and Martin Roy Leon beware. This place is a puppy mill. I purchased from them previously and they sent me the wrong puppy which was sick when it arrived. When the right puppy arrived, he was also sick. I received 2 emails (the latest and my response is below) from Mr. Leon looking for available French Bulldog puppies. Clearly, this was intended for someone else but as is evident from the email, they do not breed or raise any of their puppies but obtain them from other breeders or puppy mills. See below:

From: Linda L. Demacy
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2010 9:17 AM
To: 'Martin Leon'
Subject: RE: French bulldogs


My family and I are quite well thank you. However, I believe you should have sent this to someone else. Apparently from your previous email, you are looking now for French Bulldogs to add to your “puppy mill”. In case you have forgotten, I am one of the thousands of people who purchased a sick English Bulldog puppy from you which you refused to make good on, you not only sent us the wrong puppy that was sick and I had to spend money to get him well in order to return him, I also had to spend thousands of dollars in vet bills to get the right puppy along my other 3 dogs well. Thank you so much for that. If you think I would ever recommend you or Beverly Hills Puppies to anyone for the purchase of a puppy you have got to be out of your mind. I do want to thank you for the 2 emails as this proves what I and a lot of other people have thought, you clearly are a puppy mill!

From: Martin Leon []
Sent: Tuesday, February 23, 2010 1:25 PM
To: Linda L. Demacy
Subject: Re: French bulldogs

February 23, 2010


Hope that all is well with you and your family. Did you receive my email of two days ago:

"Just checking to see what puppies you might have available in the next 30 days.

Also, please send me the name of the food that you are feeding your puppies. If my recollection is correct, you are not using a brand food. Where do you purchase your food?"

Best regards,

Martin Roy Leon, B.S.L., J.D., LL.M
Gloria Elena Leon
Gus Loro, D.V.M.
Leonti Bulldosky, D.V.M.
Eleni Perruska, D.V.M.
B E V E R L Y H I L L S P U P P I E S, I N C .
Miami, Florida
Main Telephone: [protected]
Para en Espanol: [protected]
Secondary Telephone: [protected]
Email address:
Please visit our Website:

We are licensed by USDA and by Animal Control of Miami-Dade County.

Sort by: UpDate | Rating


  • Dr
      15th of Mar, 2010
    0 Votes

    Puppy Mills
    By Martin Roy Leon, B.S.L., J.D., LL.M


    There is no legal definition of the term “puppy mill.” However, it can be described as a large-scale commercial dog breeding operation where profit is given a higher priority than the well-being of the dogs. The health of the dogs is disregarded in order to maintain a low overhead and maximize profits. Veterinary care, nutrition, socialization, integrity of the breed/breed standard and sanitation are substandard in comparison to responsible breeders, who place the utmost importance on these aspects of husbandry. Illness, diseases, fearful behavior, and lack of socialization with humans and other animals are not uncommon characteristics of dogs from puppy mills. Breeding is performed without consideration for maintenance of genetic quality/breed standards, resulting in the passage of hereditary conditions and diseases from generation to generation. Female dogs are bred at every opportunity with little to no recovery time between litters, until they are no longer physically able to reproduce. Puppies are typically sold through pet shops and marketed as young as 8 weeks of age. The accuracy of their pedigree and purebred status is sometimes questionable (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).

    Conditions inside puppy mills have been documented for decades, with some of the most appalling scenes including dogs that are emaciated and near death from malnourishment, and dogs suffering from a variety of health issues ranging from Parvovirus to heartworm and flea, tick, and parasite infestations to severe dental disease that has led to rotting teeth and jaws (Prisoners of Greed). Dogs are housed in extremely small enclosures, where they live out their entire lives. Under current US law, an average sized Beagle could legally live out his entire life in a cage about the size of an average dishwasher (Mainline Animal Rescue).

  • Ma
      27th of Mar, 2010
    0 Votes


    Let us scrutinize the internet which is relative new to our society and the laws that allow complaints to be posted without proving the allegations. In the internet world anybody can post a complaint without proving any allegation.

    Let me be impeccably clear, we do not know the writer of this complaint. The allegations referred to are totally incorrect and false. It is not proper or correct for the internet to allow an anonymous person to post a complaint that contains allegations that has not been proven.

    In the case referred to in this alleged complaint, the writer has failed to identify his or her contact information. By writing something that is not true or correct our legal system allows us to sue for defamatory or libelous statements. In this case the writer of this statement has deliberately not included his or her contact information.

    Martin Roy Leon
    Beverly Hills Puppies, Inc.
    Tel: (954) 297-8882

  • Em
      21st of May, 2010
    0 Votes

    Martin, I agree with you. Since you are looking for dogs to sell, you must be a broker. One of those who encourages puppy mills to operate. Shame on you! Get a real life and a real job. One that doesn't encourage animal cruelty or place one of your sickly animals with an unsuspecting buyer.

  • Ll
      24th of May, 2010
    0 Votes

    Mr. Leon's contentions that he has no idea who I am is completely false. If Mr. Leon checked his records, he would see that I purchased one of his puppies and he would also see the numerous complaints that were lodged with him. He is very good at pointing fingers and lying but as you can see, he clearly sent this email to the wrong person. Everyone considering purchasing from Beverly Hills Puppies, Inc. in Florida BEWARE!!!

  • Bu
      28th of Jun, 2010
    0 Votes

    Thinking about purchasing bull terrier puppy from Definetly secound guessing if I should or not due to all the complaints that I have recently read!!! Has anyone had a good experience in recieval of a healthy puppy from the breeder???

  • Ll
      29th of Jun, 2010
    0 Votes

    I would highly recommend not purchasing from Beverly Hills Puppies, Inc. Based on my experience alone with Mr. Leon, in addition to paying $1800 for the dog, I also incurred an additional $1800.00 in vet bills to nuture the animal back to health. There are many reputable breeders out there so please do your research before purchasing!

  • Ru
      2nd of Sep, 2010
    0 Votes

    Wow, these days anybody can post a complaint. It does not matter if it is true or not. This is totally incredible. My wife and I have purchased two puppies from Martin and Gloria. They are very decent and honest people. They are the best! I have seen their operation and have been to their home. They know a lot about puppies and they treat their puppies excellent. I very highly recommend Martin and Gloria.

  • Jo
      9th of Jul, 2013
    0 Votes

    How can one person guarantree a puppy's health? Thats like blaming a doctor for a baby born with a disease. It happens. Dogs get sick I highly doubt that this operation would be still in operation today if it were so bad. And who's gonna write a good review. if someone does receive a good puppy there so happy its not sick after reading all of your ### ones that they forget to write a review. there's no way he would still be in business. My dog is on its way and i have done weeks of research. Im confident ill recieve a great pup!!

    Joe from Boston

  • Ru
      4th of Nov, 2013
    0 Votes

    I bought a French bulldog puppy back in June 2013. She is beautiful and healthy. We are very pleased and do not having any complaints. Don't having read these comments until after the purchase DID have me concerned but she is a happy and healthy dog.

  • Kh
      18th of Aug, 2015
    0 Votes

    I purchased a Bull Terrier from BHP and she is 5 years old today. About 2 months after we had her, she contracted mange, which was VERY costly to fix. After doing research, I found it is passed on to puppies through the mothers milk and that this breed is prone to mange. After 3 months of having to deal with vet visits, many different medications and a lot of money she was cured. We love our dog and feel blessed that she is in our lives, but I fear if anyone that doesn't have the money or time to help the dog through this process would have given up and disposed of was extremely costly!!! As much as we love our dog and the breed, we would not purchase from here again. I would do much better research and demand to meet the mother and father of the pup prior to purchase. I can't state on the fact that this is a mill, because we met Mr. Leon at his house to view only the one puppy i had picked out online. He was very kind and the transaction went well. It's not his fault that our dog contracted mange, but I am curious as to where all the puppies that i see online are housed????? I may have thought twice had i seen that vision.

Post your comment