Kian's Mom Posted May 12, 2013 Report Share Posted May 12, 2013 I had purchased an ABCA BC female in Feb of 2012 with the intention of breeding her later ( Please don't start in on me with this ) that is not the real issue. What my problem is, I had researched on the genetic dieses before I made my choice. In an email I was assured that the parent's do not carry CEA as the sire was tested and the bitch was cleared by parentage. The contract only states that must be CEA normal or carrier and that buyer will not breed a carrier to carrier. I have been requesting for over a year to get the paperwork stating that the parents are clear. No paperwork and breeder got very testy because I kept asking. I gave up and sent in the blood work for testing myself. TNS and CL came back normal but the CEA/CH came back carrier. Contacted breeder and she was trying to put it off on the grandsire ( who is normal ). Then said test results on one of them were wrong. When she got the money would retest her dogs. My question is other that not buying another dog from her do I have any recourse. Thanks for any advice you can give me. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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