I didn't want to derail the 'papered vs non-papered' thread so I'm starting a new one.
Selzer said (but it's the opinion of many people) that puppy mill and BYB dogs don't go to the best homes.
I disagree, I consider my home is a very good home for a dog but maybe my criteria is wrong.
So I was wondering what to you means a 'good home'.
If I do meet the criteria I will explain to you how it's possible for those dogs to go to a good home.
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