So the Breeder said she will take my Sasha Fierce today and get her the proper treatment needed to correct her issues at her expense. The only issue I have is she wants her for about a month. That doesn't sit well with me. I'll miss my sassy Sasha, so I doubt a month will work! What should I do?
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I agree with @2BullyMama and tell her you want to keep your baby and see if she will split the cost with you.
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sorry so late getting to this .. Duke had entropian surgery on both eyes when he was a little over a year old. I think it was developing when he was younger. He kept getting an ulcer.
Yes unfortunately it is very common in the breed. We had the surgery and Duke is now 5 and 1/2 and has never had any other eye issues.
We too have delt with allergies, dry skin, etc... all the fun things with bullies..
Wish I had better news for you. If you do get the surgery feel fee to PM me with any questions.. Best of luck to you !
ps if its any help Duke seemed to have EVERYTHING that is common in bulldogs. At about two years of age it did all calm down , now we just take him for his wellness checks.. ( touch wood! ) ..
Well, she wouldn't split the cost with me. She wouldn't pay my current vet bills. She said she has her vet connections and they will take care of Sasha for me. Its been about 24 hours since I dropped her off and honestly this situation won't last a month. I actually miss my little Bully! I have spent about $800 in the 5 weeks that I have had her. I expected issues but not so early on, her insurance was still in the waiting period so now everything she has been seen for is considered preexisting. It truly sucks! I know it will come to suing the breeder and keeping Sasha.
I can't believe the breeder is insisting on keeping your Sasha for a month. Our rescue bully just had this same issue. He went in for surgery a week and a half ago. He is already running around back to normal. He returns to the vet this week to have stitches removed and hopefully no more cone collar (which is hates to no end). I would definetly be considering taking them to small claims court or hiring an attorney. Good luck!