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Category: Anxiety Dog Training | Author: admin 11.10.2015
It’s very sad that even someone who wants to buy a puppy, can be victims of scams and greed. If you’re looking for a Morkie, that magical blend of Yorkshire Terrier and Maltese dog, the search can be challenging. The more you’re aware of these despicable tactics, the better your chances of avoiding the free Morkie scam. The first trick these people will do is feature gorgeous-looking little dogs on their website for sale. Meanwhile your little dog has been bred and raised in the cruel conditions of a puppy mills, where animals are bred and bred for profit, with no regard to their comfort or safety. Anyone can claim their puppies have been registered, implying they are high quality healthy specimens.  Even crosses like the Morkie can be offered with designations from The American Canine Hybrid Club (ACHC) and nternational Designer Canine Registry® (IDCR).

Unfortunately, The American Canine Hybrid Club (ACHC) and nternational Designer Canine Registry® (IDCR) aren’t recognized by anyone in the animal world and they don’t even check the dogs they ‘certify.’  Once again, you get a very inferior animal for the price of a show dog. Instead, the scammers lure you in on price, and when the hook has been set they ask you to pay for shipping, which is suspiciously consistent at $400.  Buyers are asked to send all payments via a Western Union wire transfer or money order.
Since you don’t suspect them, you send the money off – usually to another country, and the dog of course never arrives. You can tell this is a scam when you see the price tag — the “adoption fees” for these dogs often exceed $1,000!
Always ask for references, from others who have purchased dogs from this breeder and follow up on them. You want to avoid puppy mill dogs and unscrupulous breeds, and now there’s a whole new level of greed: the free puppy scam.

Look around and ask lots of questions.  If the person you’re buying from can’t answer them, seems vague and there is no sign of the Yorkie or Maltese parent around, chances are good you’re dealing with a puppy mill.
Breed rescue groups charge nominal fees—usually no more than a few hundred dollars—because their goal is not to make money, but to find wonderful homes for their rescues.
That’s because the scammer has stolen pictures from the website and even books and portrayed these as the dogs he is selling.

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