New Home Required For Millie..NOW REHOMED!!

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Red5
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Post by Red5 » 06 Dec 2006, 17:48

Thanks.

May I also add that as far as I am aware we have not actually contacted Mrs Chisholm with regards re homing Millie.

I belive that as soon as we bought Millie we took responsibility for her and she was a lovely lady to deal with and very helpful throughout the process.

Thankyou.

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finn
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Post by finn » 09 Dec 2006, 12:35

So why not ask your breeder first? Seems strange to me...

Red5
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Post by Red5 » 11 Dec 2006, 13:01

Could you enlighten me some more Finn.....

Is the breeder legally obliged to take Millie back from me?

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finn
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Post by finn » 11 Dec 2006, 13:28

Hi Red, sorry I thought you knew.

Most reputable breeders will guarantee to take the dog back if for whatever reason you have to find a new home for it. Thats what I've read on forums anyway, dont have experience myself. HTH.

Red5
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Post by Red5 » 11 Dec 2006, 15:30

Can't understand how that works Finn....Take for example 6 months down the line if for some reason or another a person cannot give their dog the attention it requires due to illness etc, the breeder would more than likely have spent cash that the owner paid for their pet.
Or do breeders take out an insurance policy in case of this eventuality?

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Post by bek » 11 Dec 2006, 15:36

they will take back the dog but you wouldnt get your money back i think a good home is more important then money
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Post by Barb » 11 Dec 2006, 15:57

As the dog is only four months old I would think that the breeder may give you some money back.
Breeders normally want to stay in touch with their puppies and take the responsibility of helping to find another home for them if the situation arose. It is courtesy to contact the breeder anyway before trying to rehome a dog you have bought from them.

graciedoodle
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Post by graciedoodle » 11 Dec 2006, 16:37

please contact the breeder,i would be very upset if one of my pups were rehomed without my knowledge.she may even have somebody waiting for one of her pups.the only time i had this happen i had someone ready and waiting and gave the money back after i received it from them.
experienced hobby labradoodle breeder.all parents health tested and pups reared indoors and garden.f1s,f1bs and minis occasionly available.

Red5
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Post by Red5 » 11 Dec 2006, 17:39

If that was the case Bek then that sounds like a nice little earner.

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Post by bek » 11 Dec 2006, 17:50

i didnt realise the pup was so young. if i was to get any of my puppies backafter a year i would rehome them at no cost its not about earning money but finding a good home
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Post by choccydoodle » 26 Dec 2006, 14:17

Hey Folks,

Just thought I would post to let you all know that Millie has found a new home...she now lives in Sheffield with another Doodle as part of her family!
Goodluck to all the other wee Doods that are looking for a home at the moment too...the right home will come up soon!
(If anyone would like any extra advertisement of a Doodle for rehoming then get in touch and I will easily put them onto our rehoming page aswell.)
http://www.scottish-labradoodles.co.uk

Hope you all had a very Merry Xmas and will have a fab New New Year when it comes! :D

Marion
Eilean Labradoodles.

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