Hello, I am looking for some advice regarding a french bulldog puppy. We purchased him 2 months ago from a private breeder after his first 8 week health check and vaccines which was given the all clear. Upon us taking him for his second vaccinations at 12 weeks, we discovered a heart murmur. We were told to come back after 4 weeks and it is still present therefore have taken him to a heart specialist after recommendation/referral and a congenital heart disease which requires expensive surgery was diagnosed. He was born with this condition therefore the first vet visit with the breeder was misrepresented but the breeder is refusing a refund. What rights do we have to be able to keep the puppy and demand a refund? The dog cost us £2000 and the scan alone was £700, his surgery will cost £5000 and there is a chance he will need another of the same cost if the first isn't successful. We have obviously been sold this pup under false pretences although the breeder was given the incorrect info from his vet, he is liable (according to citizens advice) but we have obviously become attached to him and would not like to return him but is shaping up to be more than we can afford.. No insurance I may add as a pre-existing condition. Could we have some of these vet bills covered by the breeder and still keep our dog? Or is our only legal rights to return for a refund under consumer acts?