Originally Posted by shortysmalls
I'm perfectly fine with someone saying he doesn't have good conformation, etc. But I said if you need something else to give an answer then ask, that's all they need to do is ask, but instead I'm incompetent for not putting it up in the first place.
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Like I said the more information the better. Many sellers won't be bothered to contact owners if the ad is vague. I've seen so many "Broke, gelding, good with kids" ads. I can't contact each and everyone asking: what breed, how old, broke in what, etc. So I just skip over it. That's why it's important. Proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation also makes and ad look a lot more professional.