Diehl’s Police K9 Training Center, LLC. Review

I purchased a puppy from Mike Diehl. I put a deposit of $1000 before the litter was born on December 24, 2017. Two weeks after litter was born I paid Mike an additional $2500. Mike shipped my puppy via Delta Airlines. When the puppy was unloaded from the plane, i immediatly noticed a deteriorated physical state of my puppy. | He had been vomiting, had diarrhea, very lethargic. I immediately took him to an emergency veterinarian. Once there the doctors started testing immediately. Unfortunately the staff and veterinarian exhausted all means of treatment and my puppy died. I invested another $3550 in medical bills. I had been in contact with Mike Diehl on numerous occasions during that time. He admitted that the who litter tested for the contagious canine Parvo. | He also admitted that he was having his whole kennel tested and treated. He said he advised his Schutzhund Club members to do the same as a precaution. Mike refused to compensate me for any of the money paid for the dog and veterinarian costs. Mike also denied my request for a replacement puppy too. Mike Diehl runs a Schutzhund Club, OG Indianapolis Schutzhund und Polizei.

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Name: Diehl’s Police K9 Training Center, LLC.

Country: United States

State: Indiana

City: Indianapolis

Address: 6818 Five Points Rd

Phone: (317) 677-3417

Website: www.diehlspolicek9training.com/

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