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Pound Puppies-Part 2

June 8, 2010

Any one happy that Happy, daughter of a dog from the pound is being bred? Well we all know Beverley is. Happy’s mum Happy Wanderer of Rutlands gave birth to 55 “Australian Labradoodles”. Do the math, Bev made a fortune from her. Makes good business sense to put the daughter to work.

Rutlands Happy Wanderer

And with Beverley’s stockpile of sperm that she has collected over the years the dogs left behind in Australia are already being put to work.

Mail order pound puppies….. would you like a pedigree with that ?

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Emma permalink
    June 9, 2010 10:01 am

    I see that Beverley is now changing the names of the dogs – Fashion is now know as “Nell”.

    Could this be to hide the fact that they are being bred more often than they should be?

    • Jnusha Holt permalink
      June 11, 2010 2:04 pm

      Actualy the people who got or bought Fashion changed her name. I guess anything connected to RM would be something people would want to change. She had that on her website at one time.

  2. June 11, 2010 8:08 am

    Individuals and businesses can currently breed domestic companion animals with no prior experience in animal husbandry as it applies to the animals they breed. The resulting animals are often poorly bred, with little to no health testing of their parents, kept in sub standard environments and far too often with little to no socialization, itself a pre cursor to faulty temperament. Whether by ignorance or lack of caring, the results are nonetheless the same. Sounds like your breeding progam now doesn’t it??

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