Originally Posted by Curlyfatbottom
If u agree to that
Just hit up any dog pond n pick up any dog
It's seem like that what u want
Each breed have it own price
The more difficult the breed the high the price get
Look at the Tibetan mastiff
One went for 1.5 million
High price tag reduce over population
you wanna compare?
Lets take a look at my pug, Emma. She is 3 years old right now. I just took this picture. Perfect conformation. perfect attitude. I've had breeders who wanted to use her to IMPROVE the pug breed. She rarely snorts like your average flat faced dog. She has no health problems since I picked her up.
And lets look where I found her....THE STREETS. A free dog. I've seen excellent dogs like her in the pound as well.
Now....lets take a look at my Golden Lab Retriever. Found her stuffed in a bag with her brothers/sisters. She has since passed at the ripe age of 15 years. Best attitude ever. Conformation was near perfect as well. I personally wouldn't breed her because she was a mix and because she had environmental allergies. Then again, I'm not like you. I would only breed to improve the breed as a whole. And YES allergies are genetic.
Prices do not reduce how many animals are put in shelters. There are MILLIONS of breeders like you who claim this. And yet there are still dogs JUST LIKE YOURS being tossed into shelters/killed.