Join Date: Jan 2017
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This woman was very difficult, In every sense of the word. She was difficult to get a hold of, we were conversing via email. Difficult to converse with, she was very rude. She barely emailed responses to any of my questions. I would ask questions and IF she answered my questions she was always short. Which always lead to more questions (this is my first Doberman) We were at the point were I was going to put a deposit down on a pup.(Mind you she didn't even screen me, she just insisted that I put a deposit down on the 6 week old pup.) This lady and I live about 4 hours away from one another and there is a pass between us, I have been trying to make appointments with Lisa to meet the pup, but each time the pass was closed or bad weather, so it was dangerous to drive through. When I made arrangements the first time to meet the pup, she stated that I needed to make it quick because she had dinner arrangements that night. I'm not saying I was gonna stay the whole day or anything, she would just throw in things that didn't need to be said and just seemed so rude. These dogs are an investment, it's not like going to get a dog at the pound. This is 2000 of my money and I want to make sure the dog is a good fit. Since I had failed attempts due to weather issues at trying to see the puppies, I asked if I could just get a video of the pup, to check out her temperament. "She responded with she didn't have time for this, and for me to find a different breeder." And that was it, it was over. I could understand if we went through an application process and she screened me properly and she just felt I wasn't a good fit for the pup, maybe if it was done more professionally I'd feel better about the situation (maybe not, but I wouldn't be writing a rant about her.) Theoretically speaking If you don't have the time to properly screen and make time for the people who are giving you 2 grand for a pup, you shouldn't be breeding.