JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Donna Ciomcia owns several pets, but her latest has left her speechless.
In December of 2012 Ciomcia purchased Kennedy, a Cock-a-poo for about $1,000.
"All the paperwork said she was a female," said Ciomcia. "The vet I brought her to said she was a female."
Ciomcia said she was concerned about a kennel cough until she discovered another problem.
"I shaved her down for the summer and I noticed something that looked a little odd in her private parts," she said.
Ciomcia took Kennedy to the vet and was told that her female puppy was a Hermaphrodite.
"She had testicle where her ovaries should have been," she said.
Stunned and overwhelmed she began asking, what are my rights? Who is responsible?
"It was overlooked by the pet store, it was overlooked by the breeder it was overlooked by me," she said.