Kim Mullaney No Comments

My daughter and I bought our little of bundle of joy that we named Lilly (aka Maltipoo) from Cindy in September.  When we picked her up, Cindy had made sure that she was given all her shots and sent us home with not only Lilly but a goody bag full of food, nutrition supplements, toys and a blanket.  Lilly was healthy, happy and had been introduced to people and was just a well-rounded little puppy.  A couple of day after we came home, I took her to the vet for her initial well-being checkup.  The vet decided she needed a dewormer (Lilly didn’t have worms) and was evidently given entirely too much medicine.  She became very sick and I took her back to the vet the next day and was told basically that dewormer caused an adverse reaction and that she would be fine.  Well, she wasn’t.  She became sicker and sicker and then she got to where she couldn’t walk or hold her head up and all this happened in two days.  I called Cindy in a panic and she told me to bring Lilly to her right away.  When we arrived, Cindy immediately knew that her blood sugar had completely tanked from the diarrhea and vomiting.  She got medicine into Lilly right away.  Cindy sent me home with all kinds of supplements  and food and wouldn’t accept any payment whatsoever.  She sent emails to me checking up on Lilly to make sure she was doing better.  I am convinced that had I not taken Lilly to Cindy that day she wouldn’t be with us.  Cindy goes above and beyond a dog-breeder; she cares about her little ones and wants them happy and healthy.  If you are in the market for your own little bundle of joy, I highly recommend Cindy.