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Old 08-23-2012, 08:15 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Tamaron kennels in Orlando. Very nice woman named Joi. Takes great care of her dogs. Does every health test imaginable and really cares where her babies go. Couldn't be happier and very excited to bring our guy home!
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Old 08-23-2012, 10:15 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Tamaron kennels in Orlando. Very nice woman named Joi. Takes great care of her dogs. Does every health test imaginable and really cares where her babies go. Couldn't be happier and very excited to bring our guy home!
Awesome!! Great news congrats again on Titan, he's gorgeous.
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Old 06-17-2013, 08:18 AM   #33 (permalink)
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I recently purchased a beautiful brindle female from Autumn Springs Boxers. However, the puppy died four days later, I was devastated. I visited the breeder three times before adopting the pup, to visit and see her grow. No doubt they have beautiful dogs. She appeared to be the smallest in the litter and I was told they considered keeping her to breed. When I brought her home she was a normal seemingly healthy puppy. On the fourth day after eating and voiding as usual, she suddenly became lethargic, vomited and anemic. I took her to the vet and within 12 hours she passed away. The vet tested for intestinal blockage, toxins, parvo etc but everything came up negative. Her heart rate was over 200 beats per minute and before she went into cardiac arrest it was over 300. It was a crushing, excruciating blow; she was already my baby. I contacted the breeder (Autumn Springs) who immediately reminded me that I did not take her to the vet within 2 days of purchase as required by the contract. I purchased her on Saturday and took her to the vet on Wednesday. He had her at his vet on the Friday before I picked her up and presented me with a health certificate. He told me I would have to pay for the necropsy (I just spent $2000 on her emergency care) and he wanted his vet to perform the necropsy, not mine. He chastised me because I had not consistently kept her in a crate alluding I was responsible for her death somehow although I was home with her at all times and kept her safe. He stated "you're getting upset over nothing". I asked if he would replace my puppy if I agreed to let his vet perform the necropsy, he said no, not until he could determine the reason for her death- adding: you didn't take her to the vet within two days so her guarantee was void. He was under contract to breed the mother again and needed the necropsy info in case it was congenital. It was strictly business. I have not heard from him since. I wanted to share my experience in case anyone out there is considering buying from Autumn Springs Boxers.
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Please read my thread under "Jolenesmom" before purchasing a boxer from Autumn Springs Boxers.
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Old 06-18-2013, 07:36 PM   #35 (permalink)
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How terrible.
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Old 06-18-2013, 11:12 PM   #36 (permalink)
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How sad, so very sorry this happened.
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Old 06-20-2013, 05:38 PM   #37 (permalink)
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I wanted to share what I've learned since the death of my puppy from Autumn Springs Boxers. Take the contract you sign very seriously. Review your contract to see what requirement there is for you taking your new pup to a vet. Autumn Springs requires that you take your new puppy to the vet within 2 days or the entire contract is void even if the death was a result of a congenital problem. Many breeders have lengthier standards and do not void the contract based simply on your puppy's first vet visit with you. A breeder in Orlando will assist financially with the necropsy should your puppy die, will not breed further until results are known and will replace the puppy no matter the circumstance if the death was congenital. Check to see who is responsible for paying for the necropsy; many breeders will split that cost with you. Be wary if the breeder will not help pay for the necropsy and demands you use their vet. Autumn Springs advertises puppies on their website with a list price; if and when the puppy is sold the list price remains with "SOLD" next to it even if the puppy did not sell for that amount. Some sell for quite a bit less than list price, but that price is not listed. This breeder is still under contract to breed the mother of my puppy who died without knowing if the death was a result of a congenital condition and was not willing to assist financially in that process. Money does seem to be the driving force for this breeder not the quality or health of the stock.

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