Melanie Kasbee, Owner

Health Guarantee

Our Promise To You

We guarantee this puppy, to the best of our knowledge, to be healthy and have received its first two (2) rounds of vaccines and two (2) deworming’s. The breeder is not responsible for the death or loss of this puppy once it leaves our premises. This includes but is not limited to sickness, accidents, personal injury or theft. The breeder is not responsible for refunds due to human allergies, disability, illness or other related situations. The breeder is not responsible for refunds due to color change in coat, not bonding with the puppy or because the temperament is not what you expected. As the breeder we try to the best of our ability to
match each puppy to the likeness of its new owner.

The owner assumes all financial responsibility for the puppy including but not limited to vet expense, CKC registration, food, surgeries, boarding, grooming, etc. The owner assumes responsibility to continue quality healthcare for the puppy. This puppy will require monthly worming (orally) and a series of vaccinations. You are highly encouraged to keep your puppy current with all necessary vet checks.

You have 10 business days to take the puppy to a licensed vet for a complete physical. If for any reason the vet finds a defect in the puppy that will cause certain premature death the breeder agrees to refund the purchase price upon the return of the puppy to the breeder, at the owner’s expense. A refund will only be given upon a written report from the vet responsible for performing the exam. The vet will need to provide the breeder with all test results and diagnosis in WRITING. This refund will only be given provided that the breeder’s vet of choice verifies the defect. Presence of parasites such as worms, giardia, or coccidian does not make a puppy defective. We attempt to send your puppy home parasite free.

A two (2) year guarantee against any genetic health problems such as eye or hip problems, This starts from the date of birth and is only good for the original owners. If the puppy/dog develops any inheritable/genetic defect within 24 months from date of birth buyers may return the puppy/dog to seller for a replacement puppy of equal value. Seller will provide replacement puppy when available from next litter within the same price range all shipping expense to be paid by the buyer. Any diagnosis of hip dysplasia must be substantiated by the OFA (orthopedic foundation for animals.) Buyer may elect to keep the puppy/dog, in which case, under no conditions and at no time during the life of the puppy/dog will seller pay or assist in paying veterinary expenses, including any such expense directly or indirectly related to any inheritable/genetic defects.