Seller’s Personal Policy and Puppy Health Guarantee

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Health Guarantee





All puppies come with a signed copy of our Personal Policy and Health Guarantee:

If you want your guarantee to be in effect, take your puppy to a veterinarian within forty-eight hours of purchase for a check-up. All costs for this visit will be paid by the purchaser. If an immediately life-threatening genetic problem or illness exists, the purchaser may return the puppy within forty-eight hours of purchase. You must have a signed, written statement from a veterinarian explaining the issue. Refund is for purchase price only. Any medical costs incurred before return will be paid by the purchaser. Not included are parasites of any kind, any treatable illnesses, genetic defects that are not immediately life-threatening or undetected injuries prior to or after time of purchase. This guarantee does not cover any veterinarian costs. The buyer is aware the owning a puppy means frequent visits to a licensed veterinarian and understands that he/she will be responsible for all payments. This guarantee does not cover any of the following conditions: intestinal parasites (Coccidiosis, Giardia, Tapeworms, Hookworms, Roundworms, or Ringworms), Kennel Cough, Pneumonia, Ear Mites, Skin Mites, Mange (Sarcoptic, Demodectic, or Cheyletiella), Cherry Eye, Allergies, Herniations (Inguinal, Perineal, or Diaphragmatic), Heart Murmur grades I, II, or III, Patella Luxation, Entropion, "Loose Hips", Skin Allergies, Elongated Soft Palate, or Small Trachea. This guarantee does not cover any Veterinarian costs associated with spaying/neutering, including undescended testes.

We have maintained vaccinations, de-worming, etc. Any illnesses, such as bacterial infections, parasites, etc., that have been detected have been treated accordingly. After forty-eight hours from purchase time, we cannot be responsible for the puppy in any way. The purchaser takes sole responsibility to continue maintenance, treatments, and vaccinations as directed by us and/or the purchaser’s veterinarian. If your puppy becomes ill, call your veterinarian immediately; waiting could be fatal. We are not veterinarians and cannot diagnose symptoms, dispense medication, or give veterinarian advice.

We give no guarantees as to the puppy’s quality for show, breeding, temperament, size, coat, allergies, skin conditions, or hereditary defects which are not immediately life-threatening.