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    Von Evman Rottweilers

    Anyone have any experience with this breeder? Good or bad?

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    I've seen this thread for the past few days and I'm sorry no one is responding. I was hoping that someone replies to you before I write but as much as I want to give my thoughts, I don't have any experiences with the that specific breeder.
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    What are your thoughts Jane?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ma91780 View Post
    What are your thoughts Jane?
    Just an update for anyone looking I wouldn't recommend this breeder.

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    Looks like a commercial breeder. So many litters being produced! Looks like a new litter being born every couple of weeks!. Not sure how that many puppies can be taken care of properly, and socialized,etc.?

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    they have 19! females! wow. I personally wouldn't buy a rottweiler pup from a breeder with so many dogs. As big black dogs said - most likely (not always) it means a lack of socialisation at early stages and most likely all dogs live out doors which for me is a deal breaker.
    In any case I usually suggest to visit the breeder and meet the dogs before, there is a chance that many of these dogs are co-owned and doesn't live with them (happens a lot).
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    In the U.S. there are three states that have the most Rotties for rescue nearly all the time. Florida, Texas and California. I surf the rescueme.org site all the time and my thoughts on these types of breeders with too many dogs is I would avoid them like the plague to encourage them to downsize. They are contributing to the rescue problems. I would like to know the breeder my Fiona came from. It is in the Northern California area outside of San Francisco (possibly close to St Martin). She came to us so unsocialized it was like she was partially feral and no wonder she ended up in the pound twice in less than a year. If I knew their name I would gladly shout it from the rooftops. No dog should have come from a breeder like this. Incidentally I believe the breeder is responsible because they were the first to dump her in the pound, her adopters did the second time. Additionally, according to the information Bea the pet communicator gave us, Fiona had only been in 2 homes before we got her. So, yes, I hold that breeder responsible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by big black dogs View Post
    Looks like a commercial breeder. So many litters being produced! Looks like a new litter being born every couple of weeks!. Not sure how that many puppies can be taken care of properly, and socialized,etc.?
    They absolutely aren't. The puppy we bought has bit my 16 month old more then once along with my wife. I'm still working on training him and he is getting better with that.
    A few weeks after we got him he was limping really bad so I took him to the vet. Our vet did x-rays which came back fine but he's concerned he has elbow dysplasia. I contacted the breeder to advise her of what's going on but she doesn't bother responding. I haven't received his AKC paperwork and again contacted her and no response. I was unable to find any reviews for her besides a BBB complaint but I want to ensure others are aware of this.

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    I don't know how old your pup is, but that would scare me to death with a toddler. I really hope the training works. Was it before or after the limping started that he bit? Just curious if maybe he was in pain at the time.

    I've never had a registered dog and quite a novice at reading contracts but I was looking at theirs it confuses me? I'm not sure if you bought pet quality or show quality - It first states that if you buy a pet quality pup It cannot be used for breeding unless, at the age of twenty-four months, it no longer has any disqualifying faults according to International or American standards and the difference in price is paid to breeder for a pet to show quality. AKC papers shall be furnished by breeder only after said animal has been rendered incapable of reproduction and was never bred.

    So if you purchased as a pet does that mean you wont get the papers until he's fixed?

    Then it states A pet quality is being sold because it already has a disqualifying fault therefore does not carry any guarantee, including Florida statute section 828.29 and no refunds are applicable. Only show/breedable quality carry the health & genetic portion guarantee according to this contract but the defect must be written on this contract & health certificate for the new owner to be aware of.

    Does that basically mean your SOL if it's pet quality and develops ED/HD?

    Sorry for so many questions - it just seems if you buy a 'pet' you have NO breeder support what so ever?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tank&co. View Post
    I don't know how old your pup is, but that would scare me to death with a toddler. I really hope the training works. Was it before or after the limping started that he bit? Just curious if maybe he was in pain at the time.

    I've never had a registered dog and quite a novice at reading contracts but I was looking at theirs it confuses me? I'm not sure if you bought pet quality or show quality - It first states that if you buy a pet quality pup It cannot be used for breeding unless, at the age of twenty-four months, it no longer has any disqualifying faults according to International or American standards and the difference in price is paid to breeder for a pet to show quality. AKC papers shall be furnished by breeder only after said animal has been rendered incapable of reproduction and was never bred.

    So if you purchased as a pet does that mean you wont get the papers until he's fixed?

    Then it states A pet quality is being sold because it already has a disqualifying fault therefore does not carry any guarantee, including Florida statute section 828.29 and no refunds are applicable. Only show/breedable quality carry the health & genetic portion guarantee according to this contract but the defect must be written on this contract & health certificate for the new owner to be aware of.

    Does that basically mean your SOL if it's pet quality and develops ED/HD?

    Sorry for so many questions - it just seems if you buy a 'pet' you have NO breeder support what so ever?
    He first bit my son the 2nd day we had him, he was 12 weeks old when we got him. He's since done it two more times but he has gotten better. He is show quality however the breeder doesn't respond, period to any form of contact. I've tried calling, texting and emailing. She obviously isn't concerned if he has E/D or with anything else. It seems she just breeds and sells as many as she can.

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