Dog Mom In Hot Water Over Contract Breach Claims After Refusing To Let Previous Owner Breed Her Dog
Dogs can be amazing companions, filling our lives with love and happiness. But sometimes, things can get complicated, like in the story of a new dog owner who found herself in a disagreement over breeding rights.
A year ago, our original poster (OP) got a beautiful German Shepherd puppy from a breeder named "Richard." At first, everything seemed great, but then OP learned about some rules that came with the puppy. These rules were about breeding. OP didn't plan to breed her dog since she lived alone and just wanted a furry friend. So she thought these rules didn't apply to her, especially because Richard had assured her that breeding wasn't necessary.
But when it was time for her puppy to have a spaying appointment, Richard disagreed. He wanted OP to breed her dog with another dog he had in mind. OP was determined to go ahead with the spaying appointment. Richard didn't give up easily. He got his friend involved in sending OP mean messages. So, OP decided to block both Richard and his friend, and she even thought about calling the police if they bothered her again. Keep reading to learn more about what happened.
Let's dig into the details:
A little background information about the story.
OP wants her dog spayed, but the breeder she got it from wants it to mate.
The breeder and his friend have been harassing OP ever since she refused their demands.
OP questions whether she is in the wrong or not.
OP has offered the following explanation for why they think they might be the asshole:
As expected, this post went viral faster than a sneeze in a crowded room, and boy, did it catch everyone's attention! Here are some of the best and most hilarious responses it received:
“You are well within your rights to have a companion animal that you choose not to breed.“
“I would really consider reporting him and his friend.”
It's true that having a litter at such a young age is not ideal for the dog.
“NTA… the second that you gave him your money the dog became your property.”
“Report him to the kennel club, get him removed from the so called reputable breeders list.”
“The dog is legally no longer his, he no longer has any say over what happens to that dog.”
OP gives us the first update:
And the second one:
What do you think about what happened? Have you ever found yourself in a similar situation? Share your experiences and join the conversation in the comment section below!