Looking for some advice here please. I made a huge mistake, it can be called nothing else. I acted with my heart and not my head and got a puppy for my family who i truely believed desperately wanted a dog. It seems I got it wrong and in the cold light of day, we did not have sufficient time to devote to raising a puppy. Once I established this I returned the pup to breeder as soon as possible. I bought the puppy on a sunday and sadly returned it the following sunday. The breeder then kept the puppy for a further two weeks and resold him for virtually the same price as I had paid - £700. I appealed to her good nature, and a sa gesture of goodwill, to return my money or part thereof and she is flatly refusing. I think it is unfair and unethical to get paid twice for the same dog but she is refusing to budge. She tells me she charges £35 per day for toilet training which is what she did for the 2 weeks after I returned the pup and also lost time from work. I don't think I actually believe this, she lives with other people who all work together (they are dog groomers) and she has at least two other dogs at home one of whom is pregnant. Anybody care to comment please? But please, don't tell me I should have done my homework first, I got this pup for all the right reasons but sadly it was not to be. I also, when I bought the pup agreed to return it to them (at any stage of its life) if I could no longer care for it. I was so honest and did the right thing even though I had two people asking me not to return him as they would have him. I also gave the breeder lots and lots of things I had bought for the puppy, bed, blanket, towels, toys, lots of things.