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FutureStarrGeorgia dog club
The dogs are eager to jump around and greet you with a bark. Watch out for the paw prints around here, some come in all shapes and sizes! This is your best friendly neighborhood dog club. The people who live here all love dogs, you'll love their company too!
The best way to ensure a long and happy relationship with a purebred dog is to purchase from a responsible breeder. While the AKC does not endorse or recommend specific breeders, we do offer several resources to locate breeders. The AKC recommends puppy buyers begin the search process by contacting the AKC Parent Club. Founded in 1884, the not-for-profit AKC is the recognized and trusted expert in breed, health, and training information for all dogs. AKC actively advocates for responsible dog ownership and is dedicated to advancing dog sports.
Edit: thanks all for the thoughtful responses. We will stay away. We heard about this site a lot of people who got their pups from here. Wondering if all dogs purchased from here are likely to have either health, behavioral problems because that would be sad for those families who thought high price = high quality.(Source:www.reddit.com))
You won't likely see many bad reviews since they have some clients sign a non-disclosure agreement from what I'm told. The bigger picture is the fact that NO reputable breeder would need someone to sell their dogs for them. The price of the puppies is insane and it's likely the dogs are from backyard breeders and puppy mills so theirs no genetic testing going on to ensure the health of these puppies. If you're looking for a purebred reach out to your local breed club, they will have breeder recommendations. The price for "designer mutts" is laughable considering they are literally mixed breeds, you might as well rescue a mutt from a shelter and save yourself thousands of dollars and not line pockets of crappy breeders and puppy brokers. Best of luck in your search for a puppy. The best advice I could give is don't "order" a dog from the internet, they're 99% of the time puppy brokers/flippers and the dogs they sell are not "solid."