Sunday, March 8, 2009

More complaints against Queens dog breeder

A dog breeder from Queens is back in the Fox 5 Hall of Shame. She used false promises to sell expensive dogs, and that's not all. Robin Schulder's attorney says most of Schulder's customers are satisfied with their dogs. But New York State is reviewing her's pet dealer's license because of costumer complaints. Watch Arnold Diaz's report.

Previously: Queens Dog Breeder is One Sick Puppy


Anonymous said...

This woman should be ashamed of herself. Not only is she a horrible dog breeder, she's a nasty liar.
Why would ANYONE spend $6,500 on a dog? It must be nice having money to burn.

And to the dog breeder:
I hope you've changed your look since we last saw you.

Snake Plissskin said...

This woman has a great future in Queens:

1. the mayor's CAU unit.
2. working for DOB
3. working for LPC
4. community board appoitment: any community board
5. working for a developer.

Anonymous said...

People should consider adding a shelter dog to their lives. For non-show, non-working dogs, pure-breds offer few advantages and all the disadvantages of in-breeding including illness and temperment problems.

For those who insist on purebreds, there are animal rescue groups and amateur breeders who breed small numbers of puppies in healthy environments. My grandfathers on both sides of the Atlantic bred terriers for farm or home use.

I remember how annoyed my mother was that her father's home bred Boston Terriers were unsaleable without AKC registration papers, yet were healthy, beautiful dogs with stable dispositions. I shared my childhood home with the last of those dogs--Beauty, the runt of the litter.

Please put the dog first. Investigate the breed characteristics before you add a dog to a home and don't be a snob. This is one instance where free or cheap is often better.

georgetheatheist said...

Cave Canem.

Caveat emptor.

faster340 said...

This bitch should live a life like the animals she sells! I hate people like this!

Anonymous said...

Someone shoot her please.

Anonymous said...

She's con-artist. She needs to be stopped! She is selling sick, crippled diseased animals. Check out

Anonymous said...

If you have been a victim of this woman like many others please contact the BBB, The Department of Agriculture & Licensing, The Attorney General's Office, & the ASPCA. It is up to the people to contact the correct departments to get her shutdown!

Blair Sorrel said...

Greetings! Unfortunately, most dog walkers discover a danger, only sadly, when victimized. And so I wanted to inform you of And so you are aware, I confer with Con Edison's Stray Voltage and Public Affairs Units and contribute to Wet Nose Guide and New York Dog Chat. Thank you.


Of course, you want a worry-free walk year-round, so adopt this simple strategy:


Take just a few seconds to survey the immediate surroundings and make your trajectory toward a non-conductive surface, ie., plastic, wood, cardboard, rather than risking any metal or electrical fixture. The lowly, free-standing garbage bag, is you and your dog's best friend, most of the time, unless it's snowed and salted. Then you might contemplate indoor products. Consider the safer, hardware-free RopeNGo leash and harness to help shield against a possible zapping and for greater peace of mind.


Your pooch's sex is irrelevant. True, the most gruesome scenario is that of a male dog electrocuted by its own urine. Our poster girl sidled a hydrant and limped for five days.Intuit your dog's cues, if resistant to an area, choose an alternative route. Elude potentially live work areas or carry your canine, if necessary. Opt for indoor products such as The Pet Loo, Hammacher Schlemmer's Indoor Restroom, or Wee-Wee Pads, if external conditions are ominous. Dog booties can leak and make your pooch even more vulnerable.


Any of these fixtures might be dangerous, so again, choose non-conductive where and when possible. (link to home page fixtures listed below and/or the visuals page):

View All StreetZaps' Home Page & Safety Images

– Street & Traffic Lights can leak if damaged internally, even if the compartment is fully closed and the light is not illuminated

– While wooden blocks anchor Scaffolding or Sidewalk Sheds, be aware that sloppy wiring by a contractor and/or the use of lighting equipment which is NOT WATER-PROOFED or even suitable for outdoor usage, may still shock a passerby.

– ATM Vestibules

– Decorative Lighting

– Dog Booties may increase
the risk of a shock

- Electrical Boxes

– Fire Hydrants

– Fire Police Call Boxes

– Manhole Covers

– Muni Meters

– Phone Booths

– Service Boxes

– Street Light Boxes

– Traffic Boxes

– Work Areas

After all, why chance it when there's a choice?


Tampered equipment can become pernicious so please map (Report Form) damaged fixtures and known hot spots to admonish other pedestrians and alert the utility and transportation department.