I HAVE BEEN SLANDERED ON THIS SITE WITHOUT ANY PROOF OF THE COMPLAINTS, FIRST THE WOMAN WHO CLAIMED SHE HAD A GUARANTEE I WOULD NOT HONOR HAD THE DOG SHE BOUGHT FROM ME IN A CAGE IT COULDNT EVEN STAND UP IN. ALSO THIS WOMAN WAS ARRESTED AND ALL THE DOGS IN HER CARE WHERE TAKEN BECAUSE THEY WERE LAYING IN THEIR OWN FECES AND URINE, THERE WAS A BIG ARTICLE IN THE NEWSPAPER WHEN SHE WAS BUSTED BY THE ANIMAL CONTROL AND OTHER OFFICIALS. ITS EASIEST ENOUGH TO LOOK UP ON LINE AND WHOMEEVER WANTS TO READ THE TRUTY CAN DO SO. I IGNORED THE TWO COMPLAINTS IN THE 40 YEARS OF BREEDING BECAUSE I HAVE 100'S OF HAPPY CUSTOMERS WHO WILL BE GLAD TO DISPUT THIS CRAP POSTED ON THIS SITE.
THE MAN THAT CLAIMED TO HAVE A PARVO INFESTED PUP, NEVER SENT ME A LETTER FROM THE VET, NO PROOF WHATSOEVER SHOWING ME THE PUP HAS ANYTHING. HE DID HOWEVER WANT HIS MONEY BACK AND TO KEEP THE PUP. I BEGGED THIS MAN TO GET ME PROOF THAT THE PUP WAS SICK AND HE WOULDNT. NONE OF THE OTHER PUPS IN THE LITTER WERE SICK AND WENT TO GREAT HOMES. ANY BREEDER WOULD ASK FOR PROOF FROM A VET, AS IT STATED IN MY COMTRACT WHICH HE HAD BUT WOULDNT COMPLY WITH. HE ALSO TWISTED HIS STORY AROUND TO MAKE IT SOUND BETTER IN HIS COMPLAINT. TO THIS DAY I HAVE NEVER RECIEVED A SINGLE BIT OF PROOF A PUP WAS SICK IN ANY WAY. IF THERE ARE BREEDERS WHO FOR 40 YEARS AND ONLY CAME UP WITH TWO NUT CASES, THEN I FEEL BLESSED. I SOLD ONE PUP TO NICOLAS CAGE THE ACTOR, HE LOVED HIS DOG. I HAVE A GREAT CUSTOMER IN CANADA AND MANY MORE I HAVE GREAT REFERANCES FROM. THIS SITE IS VERY ONE SIDED AND WILL POST ANYTHING AS LONG AS SOMEONE WILL GIVE THEM SOMETHING TO POST WITHOUT PROOF OF ANYTHING, SO WHAT =DOES THAT SAY ABOUT THIS SITE AND THEIR ETHICS?I THINK THEY ARE TOTALLY UNFAIR TO POST LIES AND NEVER CHECK OUT ANYTHING. I MAJORED IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE, MY LATE HUSBAND WAS A SARG. ON THE SHERIFFS DEPT. MY COUSIN IS A RETIRED LT. FROM THE ALABAMA POLICE DEPT AND HIS BROTHER STILL WORKS NARCOTICS THERE AS WELL. I AM NOT ONLY KNOWN FOR HAVING GREAT DOGS BUT IM ALSO AN ARTIST AND KNOWN FOR MY OWN ART METHOD. I HAVE NEVER HIDDEN FROM THE TRUTH BUT THESE TWO PEOPLE ARE NOTHING BUT LIARS. IF YOU ARE READING THIS, DONT TAKE MY WORD FOR IT CHECK IT OUT?
the article written by the man who bought a pup from me and CLAIMED it had parvo is posting a bunch of lies. First the pup had shots, second, the rest of the pups were fine and went to new homes, second the man called me a couple weeks after he bought the pup saying the pup had an unset stomach to which I told him to take it to the vet. he came back with the story the vet said it was upset from changing homes. Next the man called and Claimed the pup had parvo and he wanted his money back and the vet bill paid. I ask him to send me a copy from the vet proving the pup was sick WHICH HE WOULD NOT DO. I ask how am I supposed to believe the pups is sick if you wont send me proof and then you want your money back as well? He later called me back stating the pup died and he wanted his money back and vet bil COST but still no proof of vet stating illness of the pup or that the pup died, in fact he would NOT send any proof of any of the complaints he made. I have been a breeder of standard poodles for about 40 years. In that 40 years I have had two complaints, this man and one from a show dog handler. The show dog handler called me when the pup she bouit was about three years old, after the two year contract was out and claimed the dog had slight hip problems. I ask her for something from the vet which she sent. She was BUSTED by her local animal control and all the dogs she had taken away from her. The reasons were as follows, dogs were laying inncages in their own feces, dogs were in cages that they could NOT STAND IN, dogs were so matted you could not tell what they were. All of this was plastered in her local newspaper and on TV. The poor dog she had gotten from me was one of the dogs in a small cage that could not stand. After being left in cages while she went to show other peoples dogs for BIG MONEY, the dogs she had remained in their own feces and cramped in small cages. All of what I stated in this comment is facts . You as a buyer can believe what you wish but the fact I have been in business for about 40 years and there have ONLY been two complaints, with the facts of those complaints stated here, you are welcome to believe what you wish. I give a three page contract with my pups unlike some "breeders" who give you a 24 HOUR guarantee. I stand behind my dogs and always have. I have very fmaous people who have bought dogs from me in Hollywood and have dogs in this country as well as other countries such as Canada. I feel the man who bought the pup from me found another one he wanted more than the one he got frtom me for a smaller price even though I gave him one of my lowest prices in YEARS?
On Thursday July 12th, I purchased a standard poodle puppy that was approximately five months old from Miss Dyan Bruneau, owner of Dyneau Poodles on Dedeaux Rd. in Gulfport, MS for $650. At that time, she told me the poodle had "all her required vaccinations." We got the dog home at about 5pm that evening. By 7:30 the next morning, the dog started throwing up. I took her to see the local vet for a checkup which was also required in the contract. Believing she had had all her required vaccinations, the vet suspected something like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). He told me this could be common for poodles who were placed into new environments, with dietary changes. Believing it was only a minor problem adapting to her new home, I was prepared to assume the vet bills for treatment of the IBS and help her adapt. However, the puppy continued to worsen over the weekend. After seeing the vet on Monday morning, I told Mrs Dyan that the dog was throwing up, and that it would require further treatment. I asked her again about the vaccinations and she again told me that the dog had received "all the required vaccinations." After the dog had been on an IV drip and was still vomiting, the vet tested for parvo virus. He informed me that it was a very strong positive, and that the dog definitely had parvo. He also told me that the parvo virus has a 3 to 14 day incubation period. It was clear that the dog had acquired the virus at the breeder's home (and not in the few hours at our home before displaying symptoms).
In the first phone call, she seemed very concerned and wanted to be updated. In the phone call where we discovered the dog was positive for parvo, she said she felt awful and would find some way to make it up to us. As I considered this, I realized that it should not be too much to ask for a refund. After all, the dog would infect our house, yard, family households we visited, and possibly a $950 puppy we also purchased for my daughter from another breeder. So, I called her back, to request the refund. It was then that she began to focus more on how expensive my vet bills were than the fact that she sold me a parvo–infected dog!
She tried to tell me that the vet must have misdiagnosed the dog and that it was probably a bacterial infection the dog picked up from feces on the concrete of her kennels where the dogs lived. When I explained that Friday’s examination had tested for this bacteria and was negative, she conceded that it must be parvo. She told me that she would call me back in a few minutes, and then called several hours later (after checking with someone to be sure her contract protected her). She left a voice mail explaining that she would neither take the puppy back and refund the money, nor refund the money and allow us to continue the expensive treatments in hopes that she would survive in our care.
I returned her call to clarify that she was indeed suggesting that although she sold me a parvo-infected dog, she would not refund my money as I did not return the dog immediately when it began to vomit. Apparently, it was wrong of me to assume that I should allow the dog to be treated for a suspected minor illness as this voided our contract (again, we were under the impression that she had given the dog sufficient parvo vaccinations).
The clinic explained to me that the parvo virus could remain infectious in feces for up to one year. She insisted this was not true, and that the area would be safe soon after the dog was treated.
In her home, she was very gracious and bragged about the quality of her guarantee. She insisted that she would be there for us if we needed her, and she condemned breeders who did not stand behind their dogs. When I finally asked for a refund, I was only a few hours outside of her 72 hour health guarantee.
There were clues that she might be a poor excuse for a breeder. I glimpsed dogs stacked in cages in a back room when we went for the five in one booster. She also lives in a poor neighborhood with little space beside her home, suggesting the dogs may have very little room for adequate exercise and play. Avoid this "breeder" at all costs!
A complaint was listed here on me and has so many lies in it but if you knew Katie Dokken, you would very...