Useful tips on detecting a scammer posing as a breeder

  • Look at the website very closely for clues. These scammers are stealing pictures from other websites and adding their own descriptions under them.

  • Ask to see more photos of the same Puppy from different angles. Ask to see a picture of the same Puppy when it was a few weeks younger. Can the breeder produce them?

  • Copy and paste a sentence or two from the site in question into a Google search with quotes around the text, for example, if they have a list of references.

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