I bought a purebred Staffordshire Bull Terrier about 10 months ago. I paid $500 for the dog, and he came with American Kennel Club(AKC) pappers. I registred the dog with AKC for an additional $32. As the dog matured I started to notice the dog was "off" and might be a mixed breed. I had him DNA tested threw the AKC for an additional $35. In about 2 months the results from the DNA came back that he was indeed a mixed breed as I suspected.
The breeder is refusing to compensate me unless I return the dog, but I will not return to dog. There are many reasons why, but a major one is the breeder threatened to kill the dog once I sold the dog back. I am not asking for a refund or an exchange, I am asking for compensation for purebred and mixed breed price. (And anyone knows you can pick up a newspaper, look in the classifieds section and see ads for free mixed breed puppies)
I have a Bill of Sale signed by the breeder stateing, that I bought a purebred Staffordshire Bull Terrier for $500. Reciepts for all costs.
What do I do?