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Louise Kane, more than 6 months ago
Hi we got our boy max from that place october 2012 he will be 2 in august 2014 hes a very lovable boy who is full of energy loves sleep but as his monents were food is would love to meet anyone who got there puppy from that horrible place x
more than 6 months ago
I brought my puppy Gruffalo in August 2012, he is a beautiful healthy boy, who has started agility and is doing awesome, when we had him we sent him to our vet who said we had picked a perfect little puppy and there was no health problems, and we will definitely go back in the next couple of weeks to get another, the premises where the puppies were kept were lovely and clean and all puppies I could see were happy. I had a bad experience with a rescue dog and would never go back to one.
Clare Powell, more than 6 months ago
A friend bought a puppy from here, despite warning to check for signs of puppy farming, such as - where is the mother and why are there hundred puppies here?!! anyway this male border collie pup was bought at 9 weeks, he got him home and he was showing some unusual signs of aggression within a few weeks but that was not before the poor dog had to be rushed into the vet suffering with diarhoea , losing blood too!, generally ill, luckily he did not have parvo which i now find was rife at this place in 2011 when he was there, but he did have campobacter and giardia, another parasite i can't remember, poor dog took months to get completely clear of these bugs, he can't digest nutrients properly and is on special food but still very thin, his behaviour has been a concern too, only thanks to hard work, training etc am i managing with him(this dog is now my responsibility as high maintenance) I pity any pup born in this hell hole and i pity the poor parents too. This is pure greed with no regard for welfare or concern about turning out emotionally wrecked dogs with no social skills. Please if you want a dog get a rescue dog, there are too many in shelters as it is, don't breed while they die and don't use puppy mills!!!
Bentley Hall Farm
more than 6 months ago
Please read the two page report in the Manchester Evening News dated 13th April 2013. This is a disgusting none licensed breeding farm where the bitches are constantly bread from and v. bad conditions. THIS PLACE MUST BE CLOSED DOWN FOR THE SAKE OF THE ANIMALS. DO NOT PURCHASE FROM HERE!
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