That should be included on the purchase agreement for people who buy their dogs from puppy farms online. Maybe pet stores too.
I’m not saying that good breeding and show homes don’t have health issues or the rare parasite issue, especially where natural wildlife abounds or if there are dogs being boarded, but it’s almost presumed that dogs from mills will come to their new homes with said nasty bugs, “prolly from the breeder’s well water”. Yet people don’t seem bothered enough to be deterred from purchasing, especially when they are on an instant gratification free for all. Credit card + no common sense + lack of knowledge + no desire to learn = people who will just go and do it again because they have to have it now.
Maybe it will discourage people from buying from unholy puppy mills if their dog comes with a certificate that says, “I have luxating patella, and a wicked case of adult onset allergies that will require years of intensive management. I am $2500 and all of that money will definitely not be used to improve my parent’s living conditions or to treat their diseases.” I doubt it, then they would be “rescuing” it. I think it’s safe to say I learned my lesson with Beebe, but it’s upsetting to watch so many people fall into that trap repeatedly.