"Well the lady told him that she could offer the dog great care, she has other animals. You know, a dream life for a dog. So they met up, she got the dog, and within 45 minutes she turned around and sold the dog to me for $250," said the woman who bought the dog.
The dog was sold with his shot records. The woman who bought the dog, who doesn't want to be identified, says that the name on the shot records didn't match up with the woman who sold her the dog.
"And I've come across so many of her ads. And that's when I put two and two together that this was an on-going situation," she said.
She's part of a group that has come together to help stop what they believe to be back-yard breeding.
"I think that's probably the number one sign of backyard breeding," she said. "If you're not going to allow a potential buyer to come into your home and see how the puppies lived."
The group is working to get her Craigslist and Facebook ads deleted to try to prevent future heartbreak for other families..
"I've received several emails from people in the big country stating 'Well I've taken in an animal of hers and it died of Parvo."
And videos once posted on YouTube by the seller showed living conditions that has dog lovers worried.
"Would have pit-bulls in cages and, I mean, probably a good seven seconds of the footage," explained the woman.
We spoke with the Coleman county sheriff's department. They and Coleman Animal Services say they've responded to multiple calls to this woman's house. But they wouldn't elaborate.
We also tried contacting the seller directly. We left a message when she did not answer, and has not returned our phone call.
We will continue with this story, as we continue to look into the claims. Stay with bigcountryhomepage.com for more.