Oh yes, that was another recent development. A woman called me about a month or so ago with a puppy from them that had parvo and died. And I doubt he will clean his yard and wait long enough, you need a cold winter and about a year to even THINK about getting rid of parvo, to ever have healthy puppies again. Although sad to lose so many puppies, maybe this will help get him out of the "business".STAY AWAY FROM BLESSED BEYOND DOBERMAN! He is breeding albinos and does not do holter or echoes. My husband and I were initially going to get a dog from Todd, but then he told us she had been exposed the parvo. We lost our deposit but learned a whole lot about backyard breeders.