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Re: Parrotsareus.com

Posted by Ruby Red Dress on 5/12/11
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    On 5/11/11, Dan Carln wrote:
    > I HAVE NEVER BEEN SO POORLY SPOKEN TO BY A BREEDER THAT I
    > WAS POTENTIALLY GOING TO BUY BIRDS FROM. I CONTACTED THEM
    > AND GAVE THEM MY NAME AND EMAIL STATING I WANTED TO TOUR
    > SERGIO'S FACILITY TO ENSURE THE BIRDS WERE RAISE IN A
    > CLEAN AND HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT WHERE THE PARENTS ARE WELL
    > TAKEN CARE AND BEING CARED FOR PROPERLY. BUT INSTEAD I WAS
    > ACCUSED OF WANTING TO SEE THE FACILITIES SO I COULD STEAL
    > BIRDS FROM HIM. MID YOU THIS WAS AFTER GIVING HIM MY NAME
    > AND EMAIL ADDRESS. IF A BREEDER WON'T LET POTENTIAL
    > BUYERS TOUR THE FACILITY THEN I WOULD SUGGEST THEY HAVE
    > SOMETHING TO HIDE. I HAVE TOURED OTHERS WITH NO PROBLEM
    > EVEN THE BROODER AREA. I WOULD STRONGLY SUGGEST AVOIDING
    > SERGIO AND HIS COMPANY PARROTSRUS.COM AND ANY FACILITY
    > THAT WON'T ALLOW TOURS. WHAT DO THEY HAVE TO HIDE???


    I'm not sure what giving your name and e-mail address
    guarantees to the breeder as people lie and deceive others
    all the time. Anyone can make up a name and e-mail address
    to suit their own needs.

    I am a bird breeder and you would NOT be touring my facility.
    I have nothing to hide but I don't want strangers
    and "potential thieves" having visual access to my birds and
    how they are kept.
    Also, to say that you were permitted to view the brooding
    area would also never happen here. Baby birds are very
    susceptible to disease and illness. You may or may not
    already have birds and could potentially be carrying a
    problem to me.

    You would be invited to the area in my home where I
    introduce potential pet birds to prospective owners, but
    that's as far as you would get.

    To be angry with this person because your whims weren't
    fulfilled tells me you are clueless when it comes to bird
    breeding.

    Tell me this, would you refuse to buy a loaf of bread
    because the bakery wouldn't let you see how it's made? I
    didn't think so.