German Shepherd puppy / Non payment of deposit

1 Corsicana, TX, United States Review updated:

Called and talked to the woman and she seemed really nice. Gave me a sales pitch and I told her I would send a deposit. Which I did.
Called a few days later to see if it had arrived. Since I myself had raised another breed and shown knew some of the questions to ask about health, disposition, etc. I am a bit hard of hearing, also why a guard dog. She was ill so then decided to write to ask the sizes at the shoulder rather than just the lbs. She certified hips and this was great. I was so excited. Then I get this letter that I had accused her of these things I asked rather than just questions. Even though she was told I do not want to do any more breeding and signed her contract to not do that. She accused me of wanting to make my dogs bigger by breeding my lovely Champions to a GS.
Evan after trying to convince her I had no intention, she was still calling me names. Then removed me off her list. Said they could not let me have a puppy. I said that was their decision but I would need my deposit back. Or I would still love to have my puppy. They said they would send my deposit. It cleared my bank the day before they removed me. Still have not received it. Last very viscous email said I can go to court. They are in another state so of course would spend more $ than deposit to fight for it.

Jan 5, 2015
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  • Bc
      10th of Apr, 2016

    I refused to let this woman have a puppy because she is a breeder. She tried to decieve us. We do not sell to breeders. No one ever called her a name, or was rude to her. That was untrue. Her deposit was gladly refunded. Sounds like she is trying to be scornful because she was denied a pup. It is always best to be honest with a breeder, and make sure that they offer breeding rights. No one likes misunderstandings. I would suggest that Ms. Ensor stop posting untruths on the web before she finds herself in court.

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