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What question?? There are pages and pages of information about this kennel and people still buy puppies from them.
They were asked about their staff who helps them with all their dog's. How much help do they have? Jenne never replied. Forgive my reply. That was my first post and I was having trouble posting to that thread. lol
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They were asked about their staff who helps them with all their dog's. How much help do they have? Jenne never replied. Forgive my reply. That was my first post and I was having trouble posting to that thread. lol
I don't think you will ever get an answer to that question. Do they need "staff" other than their family-absolutely, with the number of dogs they have. Are they going to pay people to do that?? No, I don't think so........

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Find it very unnerving that there was no reply to this question!
I'm new and still having problems replying to threads. Someone ask Jenne how many staff members she has helping with the care of ALL the dogs they have. Jenne NEVER replied, which didn't surprise me at all. BTW, they ARE NOT A LICENSED KENNEL!!
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I'm new and still having problems replying to threads. Someone ask Jenne how many staff members she has helping with the care of ALL the dogs they have. Jenne NEVER replied, which didn't surprise me at all. BTW, they ARE NOT A LICENSED KENNEL!!

Not being a licensed kennel will not get them shut down. They will then just have to apply for a kennel license. There is a lot of information on the regulations for "kennels" that another posted listed. However, since they have 2 places in two different states where the dogs are kept, it could be rather hard to know if they would need a kennel license in the state of PA.

For example, if they are housing the dogs in PA, but there are less than 26 of them and they move the girls when they are pregnant to NJ, they would then be under NJ laws and not PA laws. Because puppies would not be being born in PA or sold from that premises, they also would not need to follow PA kennel licensing laws.

I am not saying this is the case....I am just going by information that has already been posted in the thread about them having two different locations in two different states.

Just because they are not licensed, does not neccessarily in and of itself mean that they are breaking any laws.

If a person who has a puppy from them, has an issue with the dog they purchased, they should check the state of purchases puppy lemon laws and file a complaint that way. Even if nothing is done on one particular complaint, having a long history/multiple complaints will begin to raise red flags.

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I believe we talked on the phone not long after you got your pup. I'm so sorry it never worked out. It horrifies me what they have been getting away with all these years! Hopefully something will be done soon!

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I believe we talked on the phone not long after you got your pup. I'm so sorry it never worked out. It horrifies me what they have been getting away with all these years! Hopefully something will be done soon!

The crux of the problem is that people are still buying puppies from these people. People can be horrified, upset, disgusted or any other adjectives that they would like to be but yet, people are still buying the puppies.

The bottom line is that if people did NOT buy the puppies, they would not breed. Pretty simple law of supply and demand.

There is really no reason that someone should get a puppy from these people and not know what is going on there. If you do a google search on Cynazar goldens, the first thing that comes up is their website. The second thing, is this VERY long thread that describes in great detail the issues with Cynazar puppies and under that, there is even more information about other cases where people have bought puppies from them and had isssues.

So, are you going to tell me that getting a new puppy is not worth less than 10 minutes of your time to do an internet search on the breeder?? People do more research on what kind of washing machine or what kind of car to buy than they do when they are bringing another living, breathing creature into their home.

What about all the people who go to their home and see the conditions and say it is filthy and dogs are going to the bathroom everywhere and then purchase the puppy any way??? I myself am stunned that people would purchase a puppy from such conditions. People have to know that when they purchase a puppy from these people-they are giving them money and supporting their breeding practices. They are not "rescuing" that puppy. They are telling Cynazar that they need more puppies to meet the demand. Rescuing a dog is where you go to a golden rescue or a shelter and take home an animal-rescue does not involve purchasing a puppy from a breeder.

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Cynazae shut down?

Is it possible that Cynazar have changed their operation? it seems like nothing happens on their web. No new puppies for sale. Were they finally closed down
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Is it possible that Cynazar have changed their operation? it seems like nothing happens on their web. No new puppies for sale. Were they finally closed down
I doubt it! Websites are a lot of work to keep up to date especially if you are just out for the money!

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