They should have told you. It may have slipped their mind. Tori had an umbilical hernia. Still does I think, haven't checked it out recently. They said to fix it when she is spayed or before she has a litter, but as I am not spaying and not breeding her, I left it alone. It isn't hurting anything.
I did offer her to someone as a replacement puppy. The fellow whose sister was watching the puppy when he went down south to visit an ailing relative. The sister let the puppies out, the bus hit the one pup and not the other. But the owner of the dog did take him to training, got him neutered, worked with him, brought him to see me, and I felt that if they wanted a replacement (for free) I would do so.
I disclosed the small umbilical hernea, with the write up from the vet and everything. Well, they decided no, they would take the other puppy. Well, that is just fine. Tori went to my brother, he gave her back to me five weeks later saying she was defiant, and I took her put a CGC on her and placed twice on her RN. The umbilical hernea has not stopped her or slowed her down at all.
Should they have disclosed it? Yes.
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