Save A Life Pet Rescue Inc. Is Really A Horror Money Racket

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“Save A Life Pet Rescue Inc. Is Really A Horror Money...”

Written on: 13/10/2016 by Stack318 (1 review written)

I searched for 2 puppies from the same litter, called this service, they told me to drive over to Oviedo and I would have no problem adopting a puppy named Tanner I requested about and one of his brothers, that It was a first come first serve policy, that I could not buy the puppies or adopt them before the day of 10/09/2016 that I was to put my name on a list and would get first option and be able to get the 2 puppies I wanted, I drove clear across the state, my name was 1st on the list, but that did not matter to the adoption handler, she allowed a mob to pick up the puppies all at once, I complained told her I was Ist and wanted the 2 puppies, she got snotty with me and said I was too old to own 2 puppies. I was in shock, I had raised 2 Great Dane and Mastiff mix dogs, they lived to be almost 14 years old, I am a landlord and own a multitude of homes, am not transient, do not drink or do drugs, my dogs weighed 170 lbs each , had good health and died of old age, they never bit anyone, never fought, were well mannered and noted by all in my community as beautiful awesome dogs. I mourned them and was shocked by this snotty adoption clerk who suddenly was telling me a 55 years old woman could not handle what she was calling large dogs.The dogs I came there to adopt, had small paws, were a small mixed breed, might have had some dane in them but I doubt it, she could not even verify what breed they were mixed with, then I told her I would put my vet on phone with her to verify my handling for almost 14yrs large breed dogs, I did, she still refused to let me adopt 2 puppies, she again told me I was too old, then said because other people had returned many dogs to her she was not going to let me have both, she said that large breeds like her great danes fight all the time and that she knows because her dogs fight all the time, I told her that if she was a good dog owner that would not be the case, she got even snottier, then told me I would be eligible if I could pick up 2- 6 month old great danes and hold them both in my arms at the same time I told her my dogs had weighed over 100 lbs at 6months old each, that as a dog owner I could hire someone if they both needed be to picked up and held off the ground at the same time, that I should not have to pick up both dogs of that weight and size to prove I could handle mixed small breed puppies that she could not even verify if great dane was even in them, I told her the dogs I had for all those years, when they were puppies, their paws were big as my hands, the dogs I came there to adopt had tiny little paws, probably did not even have great dane in them. I asked her to tell me what they were mixed with, she said she had no idea what breeds they had in them. This evil adoption clerk turned around adopted the brother out to a woman who had claimed to other people there earlier she had 5 dogs, I mentioned what she had said, she told the clerk she had only 1dog after telling a lot of people she had 5, the clerk never even bothered to ask her if the puppy would be safe from the other dog.s. but told me in a snotty tone that she did not have to adopt any out to me at all if she didn't want to, I said she was given the power of authority to place dogs in places where she complained they were being returned and to split up litters of puppies that could be raised together in good homes and asked her if she thought she was doing wrong, she said do you want the dog or not. She had me so upset I was shaking, when I left there I cried, prior to leaving she had me sign a contract that in order to get the 1 puppy, it waived them of all illness, I think the contract is not legal to force on people that want to adopt a healthy puppy, this organization claims to be non-profit, they go all over the state collecting puppies from animal pounds and breeders, normal fee at a pound for adoption is $50, then they mass sell off these puppies for $300 each, 46 puppies in a couple of hours each weekend, they get volunteers to donate time foster homes, food, etc. I can see why she has so many puppy returns, I saw one puppy with a gash in its head, probably due to them letting them fight, the people she was adopting to were obvious drug addicts, alcoholics, transients, did not have stable homes or jobs, were in young abusive relationships, yet she used age discrimination and told me I was to old, even though my history proves my ability to raise dogs twice the size of what I was there to adopt, she chose to deny me that right, I called the agency to get more info on the puppy she did let me adopt, her partner apologized at least 100 but did not mean a word of it. Now I have just returned from the vet, the puppy has upper respiratory infection, infection in the neutered area and a staple that still needs to be removed, and hookworms, he is currently under treatment by my vet, these people should be shut down for selling unhealthy puppies, They try to convince people they are saving puppies, instead many puppy reviews all over the internet tell horror stories of how they adopted a puppy and it died soon after due to the sickly condition they were in, I can not believe how the State allows this evil bunch to scoop up puppies from all over the state, exploit and profit by mistreating both puppies and people trying to adopt puppies and make impossible to find any puppy locally or at any local shelter, that they call kill centers, and I will bet few puppies die in shelters compaired to the number of puppies that die after this Save A Life Pet Puppy Sell Off gets a hold of them. And Take not they only take cash, I bet if they took checks or Credit Cards, they would have a hard time explaining how every weekend they make over 35,000 a day selling off 46 puppies at $300 dollars each, while shelters and foster homes get small amount to nothing in comparision, how can this corrupt quick cash sham puppy market call themselves non profit?

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