Here is a question from Gemma asking other Boston Terrier owners about how to recognize a puppy farmer.
She says : “Hi just a quick question really that’s been playing on my mind since getting my Boston cross. How do you know the signs of a puppy farmer? The reason I’m asking is I’m doubting that my 6 month old is a Boston terrier cross (she’s meant to be cross cavalier King Charles). When we got to the house after been given the totally wrong address and post code we were met by the ‘husband’ of the lady selling the dogs. He didn’t know any of the answers to my questions like how old they were, when they were last fled and wormed etc. Really the only thing he did know the price! When I asked if I could have a little of the food which they were on to take home he gave me adult food? On the advert they were meant to be 12 weeks old….no injections or micro chipped. When I asked the man he said for me to text his wife as she knew the details and when I did she said they were 9 weeks old. Don’t get me wrong it makes no difference to me what breed she is as we love her for what ever she is (a little ball of energy). Just looking for some advice really on what I should do. Thanks x“
Does anyone have any experiences and/or advices?
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