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This specific breeder has received positive reviews regarding the health, temperament, and quality of their puppies. Customers have expressed their love and satisfaction with the puppies they have purchased, highlighting their cuteness, sweetness, and intelligence.
The breeder is praised for their kindness, friendliness, and willingness to answer detailed questions. However, there are also negative reviews that mention concerns about the breeder selling dogs with genetic issues, specifically elbow and hip dysplasia.
These customers experienced health issues with their puppies, such as weak hind legs, a lame tail, and restricted movement in the hips, which were later diagnosed as hip dysplasia. They advise potential buyers to avoid purchasing a puppy from certain parent dogs in the breeder's program, specifically Dixie and Phoenix.
Overall, customers appear to be satisfied with the puppies they have received from this breeder, but caution is advised when considering a puppy from certain parent dogs in their breeding program.
Texas Faith Labradors Reviews
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I always want a Cavalier, and finally we have one! I love my baby Stella!! She is very cute, sweet, and smart! We live outside of Texas so I only saw her pictures and videos before actually holding her in my arms. But she is just as sweet as in the videos.
Debbie is very kind and friendly. She cares about her puppies and raises them with love. It’s my first time having a dog be one of my family members. Debbie answer all of my detailed questions. Thank you Debbie!
I am on my second Full English puppy from Texas Faith Labradors.
All I can say is when I brought my pup to the vet today she went and brought in the other Doctor, the rest of the staff, and they were all gushing over the puppy. Debbie is great to deal with and the dogs are great. These are high quality Lab puppies. I gladly drive 5 hours to go get one when needed.
Love this sweet girl so much! Zoey went for her first check up today and she is in perfect health. She is fitting right in with our family. She is spunky, sweet, and sleepy all within one cute little Cavalier package
We would not recommend purchasing any puppy from a litter of Dixie or Phoenix. We purchased our puppy Juno from Texas Faith Labradors from the litter in May 2017, within weeks Juno had weak hind legs and a lame tail. After numerous visits to our vet, a neurological vet and an orthopedic vet the issue seemed to resolve. We elected to have Juno spayed, which we note does not align with the breeder’s recommendations, at the recommendation of our vet who had been seeing Juno. As part of the preparation they did a full examination of Juno and at 12 months found that she had restricted movement in her hips. Whilst she was under for the spaying they completed a hip x-ray, which confirmed Juno has hip dysplasia. We have advised the breeder of this and she notes that she hasn’t seen this in prior litters from either of these parents. The hip dysplasia was there prior to the spaying and comes from one of these parents. I would suggest staying away from any litter from Dixie or Phoenix based on our experience. Juno is a very sweet dog however we know at some point she’ll be in pain and require further intervention, we wouldn’t wish this on any future puppy owner.
Awful genetics. She sold me breeding rights knowing that elbow and hip dysplasia runs thru her entire line. She is selling dogs that WILL NOT lead a healthy and long life. She has been reported to akc. Bbb. And texas a&m central.