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Mini Bulldog puppy mill MBCOA, minibulldogs.com & Bulldog Exchange, Miniature Bulldog Club Of America are all a big SCAM! If you are considering purchasing a Miniature Bulldog, please call or email me first. This MBCOA puppy mill scam has been a HORROR for me!
I will be happy to share my mini bulldog horror story with you!
We purchased mini bulldog Peanut on September 10, 2008 from the website www.minibulldogs.com & www.bulldogminiatures.com from a lady named Lisa. This company goes by many alias names www.minibulldogs.com, Bulldog Exchange, Platinumminibulldogs.com, Bulldogminiatures.com, www.mbcoa.org, Miniature Bulldog Club of America, MBCOA and many others. Lisa told me that the miniature bulldog I bought Peanut was 100% healthy and all of their mini bulldogs puppies are 100% healthy. Every time we called Lisa, she would answer the phone or get right back with me. This completely changed after she got my money & I was standing in the airport with my mini bulldog.
I arrived at the airport prior to Peanuts' arrival. When our miniature Bulldog puppy finally arrived in his crate, I bent down to see him. I was horrified. He was covered in blood and puss. He was crying and shaking. I immediately picked him up and the flight attendant gasped when she saw him. She almost cried when she saw how disgusting the puss and blood coming from my mini bulldogs ear was.
I immediately called Lisa at www.minibulldogs.comto report this. She did not answer her phone. I left a message that this was an emergency and I was taking my little mini bulldog Peanut to the animal hospital. No response. I tried calling numerous times and never a response.
I went straight to the animal hospital. Our new miniature bulldog Peanut had a very bad ear infection that was so infected he screamed in pain when anyone even touched him. The puss and blood was dried and stuck in his hair. There were very deep cuts in the ear that has left permanent scars on Peanut's ear. Peanut also had Pyoderma that had to be treated. After doing a fecal exam, the vet said he had coccidia. The vet did not think that this happened from the time www.minibulldogs.com / The Bulldog Exchange shipped him in the morning to when I picked him up in the afternoon.
I called Lisa again and requested she call me back since the vet wanted to know what medication Peanut was taking already – no response. I faxed the bill and report to www.minibulldogs.com MBCOA The Bulldog Exchange and left more messages without response.
The mini bulldogs condition did not improve so we took him to a local vet. The vet could not believe how bad of a condition he was in. He found his ears had bilateral otitis externa – yeast and bacteria, pyoderma on head and neck, bilateral hip luxity. We had to take our other dog, Snickers, to the vet that day to make sure she did not contact coccidia or the pyoderma from or mini bulldog. Once again, I faxed the bill and report to the www.minibulldogs.com with no response.
On 10/2/08, mini buldog Peanut woke me up because he was screaming in agony. He would not eat the night before or drink and vomited several times and had diarrhea. I could tell he was in a lot of pain and took him to the vet again. They kept him in the hospital and let us pick him up later in the evening.
Once we got home my mini bulldog would not eat and had diarrhea and vomited numerous times. His temperature went to 104 degrees and he was shaking. He seemed disorientated and ran into things. I thought he was having seizures. A vet tech that lived in our neighborhood said we needed to take him to the hospital now.
We rushed to the animal hospital. At the hospital, the vet had to inject fluid under mini bulldog Peanut's skin to keep him from getting dehydrated. Lots of tests were performed. Hours later, we took him home. Peanut did not eat for days and we had to give him water from a dropper to get him to drink.
On 10/20/08, I took our miniature bulldog back to the vet because he had a bad cough. He was given medication. The vet thought it was kennel cough.
The past few months have been a nightmare. Mini Bulldog baby Peanut has suffered so much because of www.minibulldogs.com aka The Bulldog Exchange and the MBCOA breeders. Numerous attempts to reach the www.minibulldogs.com MBCOA people were ignored. We have a “GUARANTEE" on the puppy, but what good is it when they refuse to respond to you? We were told we were getting a 100% healthy mini bulldog puppy, when in fact; we received a very, very, sick low quality mini bulldog puppy. We have spent thousands of dollars over the last few months to keep our miniature bulldog Peanut alive.
I later find out that the MBCOA is NOT EVEN A REAL CLUB! They are just a group of family puppy mills trying to make money. The www.minibulldogs.com & MBCOA puppy mill people tell you not to buy a puppy that is not MBCOA registered because they want to own the market & get more sells! THE MBCOA IS NOT A REALLY CLUB! Buy a puppy the is AKC or ACA registered. You will have better chances of getting a good miniature English bulldog.
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