well Don Sharma, I don't see anything "harrassing" other than putting the truth out there.
I am under the assumption that Biden had someone else pick the dog for him not himself.
You may feel bad for the woman, Don't you feel bad for the dogs that were mistreated and abused?
Would YOU buy a dog from this woman? People like her need to be exposed so more dogs won't suffer.
And I don't think this is anyone's "main concern" in life, it's a topic of discussion.
Mistreated and abused? Dog's suffering? I wonder how many of you posting to this thread have ever been to Jolindy? It's clear that not one of you have.
I purchased a German Shepherd from Jolindy, and I was shocked to hear that Linda was cited. Jolindy was a dog's paradise... a spectacular farm with rolling hills, acres of grass with large fenced areas for the dogs to run in. When her father died, Linda spent her inheritance on a heated in-ground pool for the dogs. It was a very clean operation. The dogs are very well cared for and they are just beautiful. The only problem we have with our amazing German Shepherd is that she was spoiled by being weaned onto ground beef and rice, and she has never really had a taste for dog food. She is the smartest, most amazing and beautiful German Shepherd I have ever met. She is everything you could want in a dog... a great protector, but a loving and sweet friend. She came from very good lineage.
If you go to Jolindy's Facebook page you'll see post after post from satisfied customers... and lots of beautiful GSDs... like ours.
It seems that everyone has simply reached the conclusion that Jolindy is a "puppy mill" because of the number of litters produced each year. Had any of you actually taken the time to visit or talk to anyone who has you might understand how quantity doesn't necessarily equate to a lack of quality. Linda had a large operation, but she had the space, the facilities, the expertise and the help needed to run a large, but high quality dog breeding operation.