I found this complaint after researching Glory Land Labradors to purchase, I must say that I am shocked to see such a complaint. I have grown up showing dogs at dog shows and am very familiar and acquainted with many CKC kennels and dog breeders, and as such, I was prepared and knew what to look for when talking to this breeder. The family was incredibly kind, knowledgeable and it is obvious that their dogs are part of their family first and are of the utmost importance to them. This is evident not only in the physical health and well being of their dogs but also with all the vet (OFFA, PRCD, X-rays, vaccine, up to date check ups etc.), and CKC verified paperwork. You can also see the evidence of care and importance in their breeding program when you see the strong parental bloodlines as well as the temperament and structure of their dogs. Glory Land's Labradors are beautiful, have wonderful temperaments, are well trained, and it is very evident that their whole family has a part in rearing and raising these lovely animals.
In regards to price increase after having to have a c-section, I do not think you will find or should expect any breeder to take a financial loss on their puppies if they have a choice. The amount of money good breeders receive (after testing, stud fees, registrations, vaccines & vet examinations of both the pregnant female and the pups, X-rays/ultrasounds, food, toys, blankets (and the loads of laundry to keep it all clean), and not to mention the time and energy it takes to raise happy, healthy and socially rounded pups - just to name a few!) is not as much as you would think it is.
I am happy to be on this breeders wait list and look forward to purchasing a Glory Land pup!