|Barked: Mon Jan 27, '14 6:14am PST |
|Ok before you read my negative comments here I'd just like to say that I absolutely love my naid named Koda, although he isn't smart like most people say about the naids... hes actually quite the problem dog, he has extreme seperation anxiety, poops all over my house when alone and can't leave him outside cuz he digs and runs away... I now put him in a crate but he literally can seperate metal and breaks/escapes crate only other negative is his strong instincs, because of them I cannot let him off leash at the lake.. he has run away many times and not returned. luckily someone always ends up calling me... again... that being said I love him very much, he's a very "special" boy, i can tell you he is the sweetest, nicest cuddly dog ever. So just because I got a below average naid, it doesn't mean you will. Now... I am reposting an old post because if you are thinking of buying from Karen @ majestic view kennes aka Gods Dogs... please read below.
If anyone is thinking of getting a naid from Karen (Indian dogs 4 u or gods dogs) think again. I have one he has been trouble since the begining. We have has so manny problems I wouldn't know where to start. She also does not do what she says as far as her sales agreement, she agrees to send you $100 after a spay or neuter but when it comes time she bails on you. My dog is an escape artist like know other. He digs a d runs away, inside h opens are windows and jumps through the screens and runs away. He is just soooo crazy but we love him none the less. It's challenging to work with a dog like that and you would think the breeder would help... Here's my last email between the breeder Karen and I after asking for some diet advice....
A few things I wanted to ask you. I have now switched to almost a completely raw diet for Koda, he seems to be alot happier with is. I just don't know too much about it and wondered if you could give me some tips... I give him ground beef and I also give him half racks of cow ribs with the meat on it. I take away the bones when they have been stripped clean... should I let him eat it? there have been times when hes puked up a small peice that he ate and couldnt handle I guess. Also, should I be feeding him whole bones in general? I've been told chicken wings are good if raw but I don't know what to believe. the last thing I want is to pay another $1000 plus surgery for a blockage like when he was a pup.
Also I had him neutered a few weeks ago but forgot you would help pay for that. Does that offer still stand if I send you the record?
Koda has been alot better since his 3rd trainer, he listens better and is running away less. I still have to keep him in a crate when I'm out otherwise he will destroy my house and I can't keep him outside while i'm out cuz he howls and digs under the fence to run away. but over all we are coming along nicely. Just thought you'd wanna know.
I feel so sorry for Koda, he has had nothing but health issues and locking him in a crate is pure torture , the Sales Agreement and my website says do not lock them in a crate. You build a pen outside where he can't dig or jump out, if he had a canine companion, he'd stay around. He is not happy or he would not take off on you. Only old age, and or a broken hip is going to slow him down. No training is going to help, unless you totally kill his desire to live, and confining them to a crate will do it. I cannot , will not give you any more advice, when you treat a NAID this way, that's it, we're finished. Karen
So for the record I have multiple dogs and they do have a pen and we have 16 acres of land....
Don't get me wrong they are the most beautiful dogs on the planet and I would t give me koda away ever but they are definatly hard dogs to own and the breeder is a stone cold liar/bitch
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