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1. Canine peoples who belong to purebred dog clubs are not as likely to operate outside
of sound-practiced breeding programs & are more likely to promote positive puppy relationships & dog care.
2. Dog breeders who belong to dog clubs tend to produce dogs who
are less likely to end up inside of Rescue programs.
3. Breeders who belong to clubs tend to do a better job of backing up
contract committments & developing positive relationships.
4. Dog breeders who belong to dog clubs know how important it is to continually bring in new people
who learn to stand on their own & come full circle by bringing in others.
5. We at SITmUP are not the ethics police for the breed.
Belonging or not....to a dog club does not also mean that who advertises here
has relinquished the buyer of their responsibility to check out the person,
the dogs, the bloodlines, the health, the temperament, the product, the ethics
or the follow-through or the guarantee they always tell the truth. It's
your job to determine the quality of peoples you want to "live" with, not ours.
We reserve the right to refuse advertising for any reason.
When searching for a purebred puppy, search for the kind of person
who stands behind their breeding program, who will be there for you
& yours when you have joy or problems. As both assuredly will happen.
Any breeder who says their line has no defects?
RUN FOR THE HILLS !!!
When you get a dog or a puppy you are gaining
much more than just a dog. It is not unreasonable to desire
& expect a family relationship that lasts for at least a dozen years.
We at SITmUP believe in...
If you don't "rescue", DON'T breed.
Check the glossary for definitions of "rescue" and "Rescue".
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