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irishjacks / disgruntled ex-employee

1 NY, United States Review updated:

please be aware former employee keith butler is generating false complaints on this and other sites in an atempt to extort money and extract revenge, he is a wanted criminal and anyone helping him will be procecuted to the full extent of the law.

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  • Ma
      19th of Apr, 2010

    this is about keith butler shutting down a business and trying to get money that does not belong to him why dont you address THAT you cannot ship dogs internationaly without a health certificate from a vet DA. every dog that enter U.S. soil from ireland have been examined by a vet and given a clean bill of health, they would not be accepted otherwise

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  • Ma
      19th of Apr, 2010

    what do you think is fueling keith butlers attacks give me a break

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  • Ma
      19th of Apr, 2010

    irish vets have been vetting horses and dogs longer than we have they are well qualified to examine pups, and actual complaints are not a part of that to answer yuor other statement

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  • Ma
      20th of Apr, 2010

    maybe you can explain why 75 persent of her clients have come back and gotten one or two more puppies if they are all going out sick???????? i really want to hear the answer to that.keith butler has four of them by the way

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  • Di
      21st of Apr, 2010

    Parvo and other diseases can take a couple of weeks to surface. Ask any vet or google it. So a pup CAN be seen by a vet in Ireland and have Parvo, Corona or other - but the vet not be aware yet and no fault of his/her own. As well, unless they TEST for parasites, they can not say if the pups are clear of them. And they are not required to test or vaccinate them for flight... just sign a form after a quick "once over". So you are either ignorant or a liar to say that just because a vet in Ireland clears a pup to ship, means it was 100% healthy. Have you even been to Ireland before? Have you imported the pups yourself? If not then you speak form no authority on this subject.

    I to, know a little about importing from Ireland to the states as some of my own personal dogs came from there. The importing is a joke at best: The vets in Ireland sign the forms if the pup is breathing and standing. And US Customs does not give a damn what is in the kennel (for the most part) ...they are more worried about whether you have DOG FOOD on you (since it is a meat product and can not come into the states) than the pup itself. As long as you have the paperwork and the pup isn't dead, and you give them your dog food, you are free to enter upon arrival. As well, there is NO FOLLOW-UP by our govt to make certain you adhere to the federal, required quarantine before selling a pup.

    So yes, it is quite easy to purchase a pup in Ireland, bring it home while it harbors parvo, sell the pup and then BAM! ---2 days or 2 weeks later the new, unsuspecting family comes to discover it to be diagnosed with disease. Anyone who says any different is either ignorant, has never imported, or is participating in a cover-up.

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  • Di
      21st of Apr, 2010

    http://www.thewrongpuppy.org/puppy_import_law.htm

    THE WRONG PUPPY website is worth checking out - It may enlighten most readers.

    You are very welcome. I am not advocating for or against Susan personally. I only present the facts, information and my expertise for your review when considering ANY BREEDER or BROKER. We all need to be held to a higher standard by "puppy families". And as well, the money grubbing, frauds need to be exposed.

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