I might not have worded that just right but here's what just happened to me and I want to hear what yall think about it or what yall would do. I had a male pup for sale out of a litter that is a little over 5 months old now. A lady and her husband came and looked at him and bought him. I didnt hear anything from em till two weeks ago when I got an email saying that he had "some extra skin" around his neck and that they didnt like his tail. She sent me some pictures but I couldnt really tell anything from them. They brought the pup back to me yesterday and the guy also said that he didnt want him because he didnt want to go with his older dogs and all he wanted to do was to play. :headscratch: He's 5 months old! Now I know some people start dogs that early and Im the world's worst at giving up on a dog too soon but even I give em more of a chance than that. I also think the "extra" skin is just because he's still growing. I told em Id replace the pup as soon as I had another litter but that my next one isnt due for close to two months since I just bred her last week and then it would be 7 or 8 weeks after that before theyd be ready to go. He didnt act like he liked that idea too much but other than give him his money back what should I do? I called around to a couple of guys trying to find a pup that I could trade this one for or maybe even trade it for one from a future litter but I havent had any luck. I want to make it right with em and I want em to be happy but looking at it from my side its alot easier to sell a little pup than it is a 5 or 6 month old unstarted pup. I dont have any problem at all with giving a full refund if someone buys a pup and something is wrong with it at that time but am I supposed to buy one back 3 1/2 months later if the pup is healthy but they dont like the way it looks or that it wont run with the other dogs at 5 months old? I just thought this might be a good topic to bring up on here and get some input on. What do you think about it? What would you do?