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(Nonrefundable to reserve puppy.)
Seller will provide buyer with a puppy that is clean, in good general health and that has no known physical defects. De-worming and first immunizations will have been completed. Buyer agrees to take their puppy to their veterinarian within 4 days of receiving the puppy for examination. If their veterinarian finds the puppy to be in poor health, the veterinarian must provide a written description of the problems, dated within 4 days of the date the buyer received their puppy. The document must show proof of serious un-treatable, infectious, illness or genetic defect, which is sufficiently serious in the opinion of two qualified veterinarians, one of whom is elected by seller, to warrant euthanization of the dog. The buyer will be refunded the price of the puppy or given a replacement puppy, from the sellers next litter, should this unlikely event occur. Transportation costs will not be refunded and are not included in this guarantee. Expenses of treatment, exam and tests are the financial responsibility of the buyer.
We guarantee the puppy to be free from genetic problems for up to one year of age. Hip and joint problems can be caused by or influenced by overfeeding, improper diet, failure to maintain proper weight, failure to provide sufficient exercise, over-exercising or improper exercising, which would be out of our control. The guarantee of the hips and elbows does not cover problems that are environmentally induced. The purchaser should take great care in bringing up the puppy. The puppy should not be allowed to jump from great heights taller than himself, run up and down stairs or do a lot of running and sliding on slick surfaces. Before a pup reaches about the age 15 months, his tendons are not strong enough to bear weight from impact… lax tendons allow the head, of the hip bone, to bang into the hip socket, causing trauma to cartilage and bone. This can cause hip dysplasia and elbow problems. Seller will not be responsible for this kind of damage. Should the puppy develop hip dysplasia even after proper care and proper food, then he will be replaced with a puppy, from the next litter available. We will not replace a puppy, until we have received a copy of the x-rays, accompanied by a letter from the veterinarian. This letter should also include proof of regular vet visits, that documented a healthy maintained weight, up until the diagnosis of Hip dysplasia. After we have reviewed the x-rays, we reserve the right to forward the x-rays to our veterinarian or to OFA for further evaluation, before the puppy is replaced. We will replace a puppy only once; this replacement does not include the cost of transportation or medical-related expenses.
We do not guarantee temperament, we breed only from dogs that have demonstrated stable temperament. We take great pains, to provide a secure and loving environment, for our puppies from birth and healthy socialization. The buyer is responsible to keep the puppy free from harm and bad interactions, with other people, dogs and animals. Negative exposure and bad experiences, with other dogs, animals or people, can cause lasting effects. Be gentle with your puppy and use positive reinforcement (praise him when he does good, ignore his mistakes, don’t overuse the word “NO” to train him). Do not hit your puppy or do things like, rub his nose in urine or feces (accidents).