Buyer must notify the seller of any issues found by the buyer’s veterinarian. If this is not done the health guarantee becomes invalid and buyer assumes all responsibility for the health of the puppy. (It should be noted that diarrhea is common among puppies that have been moved to a new environment. This is normal and is not covered under the health guarantee. This will normally subside as the puppy gets used to its new home and surroundings. If it doesn't subside within 2 days, consult your veterinarian) It is necessary for the buyer to complete the schedule of vaccinations on time in order to protect the puppy’s health, and for the guarantee to remain valid. We recommend that you consult your veterinarian early about the prevention of heartworms in your puppy. It is expected that the buyer will have yearly exams for the puppy including heartworm detection, fecal examinations, and all vaccinations required by your veterinarian. If within the first year of the puppy’s life, it is found to have a life-threatening congenital defect, send a detailed letter of explanation from your licensed veterinarian as to the nature of the defect and how it was found. Breeder must be notified at once at the onset of the problem. Breeder’s veterinarian will interpret the report and if he concurs, then a replacement puppy will be given. The defective puppy can be either kept by the buyer or returned to us at buyer's expense. Any physical problems which are, or could be, the result of injury, overfeeding, underfeeding, or not having up to date records of vaccinations, are not covered under guarantee. No refund, in part or in full, will be given. Live puppies, if returned, must be returned to the seller in good condition, other than the specified problem, at the buyer’s expense. The owner will then qualify for a replacement puppy. Buyer is responsible for transportation costs to and from the breeder. There are certain disorders that may be caused by environmental factors, i.e. allergies, thyroid dysfunction, diseases from chemicals treatments, mange and other autoimmune disorders that are not covered by this guarantee. Minor defects that are of little consequence for the puppy’s overall health at pickup are not covered. Such as: underbites, overbites, hernias, or hypoglycemia. Hypoglycemia occurs when a puppy has been subjected to stress. This is not covered. It is often cause by stress which can result in a puppy not eating or drinking for to long of a period of time which causes low blood sugar. In this case, give your puppy something with sugar such as honey or karo syrup. DO NOT GIVE ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS TO A DOG!!!
The breeder guarantees a socialized companion pet, but does not guarantee adult size, color and temperament. Nor does breeder guarantee for breed or breeding. We also do not make any guarantees regarding potty training. Please be advised that until your puppy has its full set of inoculations, it is susceptible to certain illnesses, and therefore should be kept out of areas where other dogs (and other animals) have been. This would include parks, pet stores, rest areas, and even neighbors’ yards. While at the vet keep your puppy on your lap or in a kennel, away from other animals. When your veterinarian tells you the shots are complete and your puppy is immune, you can then begin to “show off” your new family member. This contract is null and void if the terms and conditions are not fulfilled. All sales are considered initiated, transacted and finalized in Hernando County, FL.