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Thunderhollow Kennels / Breeding and selling sick dogs

TN, United States Review updated:
We purchased a bulldogge from Thunderhollow Kennels in May 2008. After constant attempts trying to reach the owner and getting bull excuses we finally received papers on him in September she told us when we picked him up we would get them in 2 weeks. Our dog started getting spots on him that looked bloody our vet told us he had dermodectic mange which was inherited from the mother and dogs with this condition were to be spayed or neutered and not to be bred. She never provided us any information we asked for on his shots either.


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  29th of Dec, 2008
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First of all, I am sorry for your troubles. But just for others who might be reading this complaint, I would like to say that first of all, there is very rarely a good reason for a buyer not to recieve the papers with a puppy from a breeder. If they do not give them out at the time of purchase for some reason, they should at least be available for viewing. Second, it is more common for a bulldog to show up with at least a small episode of demodex at some point than not. Please research the breed of dog you are thinking of buying before you buy it folks. There are several breeds that have entire hosts of health problems that you are more likely than not to run into, because it is part of the breed. Breeds containing the word Bulldog are VERY high on this list.
Thanks for warning folks of this kennel.
  17th of May, 2009
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I always bought a male bulldog from Amy Herman, I recieved him in December and here it is May and still have not recieved his papers, have sent several emails and made many attempts to call but has not contacted me back, be careful if anyone buys from her...
  17th of May, 2009
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Sorry, I ALSO not always...

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