Doberman Forum : Doberman Breed Dog Forums banner

1 - 9 of 9 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
4 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
I wanted to inform everyone on this group that 2 puppies now have past away from the Lincoln/ Lana litter at 6 months of age from eurodoberman.com if you purchased a puppy from the December litter, please have your puppy checked immediately!
Jasmine thr breeder will not call the owners of the other puppies and she refuses to assist in any way.
She is a horrible horrible person and needs to be shut down
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
2 Posts
Hello all, new to the forum. This could prove useful, as I'm to meet with the parents of next month's litter. The wife and I are finally ready to commit to a new addition to our life after many, many years of contemplating.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
4 Posts
Discussion Starter #7
I have since spoken to the breeder and I guess there was some confusion on 2 puppies dying. Amother doberman breeder may have mislead me to believe another puppy died. If you choose to still go through that breeder I recommend having a holter an echo test on your puppy early fir thr chance he or she may have an issue. My puppies cause of unexpected passing is unknown. I was a new doberman owner and not fully aware of how finicky the breeds health is. All I can recommend is do you due diligence and good luck
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
3 Posts
I am writing with concern regarding local Doberman Pinscher breeders in Victoria and Crestion, BC, by the names of Jasmine Zebic and Charlotte, also know as https://www.eurodoberman.com/.

Jasmine posted a 4 year old female breeding dog named Dixie on Kijiji for rehoming a month ago. Dixie’s last litter, 10 weeks ago, was large at 12 puppies and she required a c-section and would not longer be eligible for breeding. Therefore Jasmine was looking for a new home for her and her rehoming fee was $2500 as the dog was advertised with excellent temperament and health. I spoke with Jasmine and Charlotte in advance and they only had positive things to say about the dog’s well being. I sent Jasmine payment in advance as requested and I picked up Dixie late Wednesday night September 23rd 2020, from a meeting spot. By Thursday morning I could tell something was very wrong with Dixie. All of her lymph nodes were swollen like I've never seen before, the size of golf balls, they are very lumpy, and she was weak. I took her to the emergency vet Thursday night and the first thing the vet said was the highest probability is the dog has progressed and terminal lymphoma, which was confirmed by her cytology report a couple of days later. I notified Jasmine immediately of what was happening, asked her to refund the rehoming fee and $430 vet bill, and come pick Dixie up so that she could start providing her with proper medical care. Jasmine then refused to come and get Dixie and ceased communication. Dixie’s medical records have also been blocked from release from her previous veterinarian. After hearing of Dixie's condition Jasmine offered to refund $1000 of the purchase life if I would agree in writing that she wouldnt be responsible for any other costs (I believe this could be because she was aware she was sick. I had already spent $430 at the vet for cytology and necessary x-rays and ultrasounds are $1200, plus medication).

Update - Jasmine only started responding to my messages again once I said I was taking legal action and this ad was posted, but she is still failing to release the medical records. I believe the reason for this is because it would prove a breach of contract and show that she knowingly sold the dog in unhealthy condition. WARNING: lymphoma is passed down genetically, and Jasmine has not contacted the new owners from Dixie's recent litter 10 weeks ago.

FURTHERMORE - there are at least two other online reports of customers’ puppies passing within 6 months after purchasing from Jasmine on Doberman Talk Forums. She also told me that she bred Dixie twice in the last 12 months, and I worry that this is because she knew Dixie was sick and wanted to breed her one last time.

I find it exceptionally cruel to pass a dog off in such an unwell condition and not notify the new owner, plus take $2500 from them. And it sounds like this is not the first time. Please stay away from this person and respond to this ad if you have similar stories as I am forming a civil lawsuit.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1 Posts
This is a false and defamatory post. ___________ from Vancouver BC received the dog on Wednesday and on Thursday no longer wanted it. She was immediately offered a full refund of the purchase price in cash upon return of the dog (there are text exchanges as evidence). She agreed to bring the dog back but then later changed her mind and said she would keep it but wanted her full refund in addition to vet bills. She then attempted continued harassment and extortion and the RCMP have been in contact with her. The breeder has evidence contradicting her post from text messages and emails.

The breeder’s vet also sent her this email:

Hello ___:

Charlotte and Jasmine have given me permission to discuss ______ with you. The medical records you have received from us indicate no sign of lymphosarcoma. In fact, bloodwork was done at the time of the surgery and there was a stress leucon noted which would be expected. Lymphocyte count was normal. They have also provided me with the lab report from the fine needle aspirate conducted on _____ There is no certainty in this report of the diagnosis - the interpretation is Mixed lymphoid population with increased intermediate lymphocytes. Dr __________ recommends further testing to determine the diagnosis. It has been my experience that Lymphosarcoma (if this is what is diagnosed after further testing) has a very acute onset. Owners typically bring in the animal the same day they see swollen lymph nodes with the report that there was nothing noticed the day before. This is also the case when we get reactive lymph nodes.

Dr.____________​

*Names removed by mod
 
1 - 9 of 9 Posts
Top