puppy find — false advertising
I recently bought a puppy from puppy find. Despite all the negatives surrounding the site. I have used it before, and found an outstanding quality Cane Corso female puppy. From a very reputable breeder I had heard of in the cane corso community. I have even seen "Redrock Cane Corso" advertise on there. They have five dogs going to Westminster. They are an excellent breeder. So, I had not been scammed on puppy find, up to this point. The breeder(if you could call her that) advertised show quality, champion bloodlines with papers. After a couple weeks of correspondence, we bought him(the male cane corso puppy. She wanted us to book the flight, which is strange, usually the seller does that. The buyer just pays extra for the shipping. I asked all the right questions before we got him, but just got lied to. After we picked him up we noticed he was terrified, growling at my little kids. With no socializing at all. Then after a couple days we noticed his eye was red and tearing still(we saw this when we first got him, and assumed it was a cold from the flight). I took him to my vet and found out he had a genetic disease, and needed surgery right away. Also he had no papers to speak of. I immediately contacted the seller, and found out she had known about the condition, and just didn't tell us. She acts like it's no big deal. She won't answer any more calls, or emails. Her name is Violet Bartlett, and she completely scammed me.