Sales Agreement and Health Guarantee
To the best of our knowledge and belief, this dog is in good health at the time of sale. This dog is apparently free of and does not exhibit any signs of contagious or infectious disease, is apparently free from and does not exhibit any signs of defects which are hereditary; and does not exhibit any signs of being clinically ill on the date of sale.
This dog is guaranteed to be free of hereditary defects, that would cause inevitable euthanization of the dog or severly hinders the quality of life for the dog, for one year from the dogs date of sale. This guarantee will only be valid provided the purchaser ensures that the dog receives four complete sets of vaccinations and the monthly heartworm medication. The seller has given the dog its first set of vaccinations at 6 weeks and worming medication at two, four, and six weeks.
If a genetic defect such as hip/elbow dysplasia ect. is diagnosed by a veterinarian, within the guaranteed time period stated above, the purchaser must notify the seller within two business days of the veterinarian examination. To have a valid claim the purchaser must provide the seller a statement from the veterinarian that diagnosed the condition of the dog, along with documentation that the required four sets of vaccinations have been completed and monthly heartworm medication have been given. If the claim is valid, the purchaser would have the following option:
If a fatal genetic defect is diagnosed within one year from the date of sale, the purchaser will be given a replacement dog (of equal value) , of the purchasers choice. If a replacement dog will not be available within one year, the seller will give a full refund of the purchase price (not including any shipping costs). No veterinary fees will ever be paid for by the sellers of the dog. Shipping fees will never be paid for by the sellers of this dog.
The following are circumstances in which the claim is not valid or null and void and no replacement puppy or refund will be given:
The dog has not received all four sets of vaccinations, rabies, and monthly heartworm medication. The purchaser is found negligent by the examining veterinarian and is found to have caused the condition. The condition is treatable (within reason) and euthanization is not necessary and the dogs life is not severly hindered by the condition. The dog is euthanized before the seller of the dog is contacted (exception is if the dog dies of natural causes) The dog dies of environmental causes. This guarantee does not cover growing pains, parvo, heartworm, any parasites, or any other conditions not related to hereditary defects that could be, and are most likely contracted after the puppy left the breeders home.
The purchaser of the dog understands that dogs require regular veterinary maintenance and can develop health issues at any time that can be very costly. The purchaser also agrees to do all in their power, within reason, to avoid the euthanization of the dog as long as does not severly hinder the dogs quality of life.
If , for any reason, a dispute about the said puppy/dog goes to court, it shall be taken up in the Kent County, MI courts.
The seller cannot guarantee color, size, or temperment or breeding quality. These can only be estimated, while in the short time in the breeders possession, based on experience, and can always change or differ from this estimation and are ultimately outside of the breeders control.
The seller assumes no responsibility for this dog after it leaves the premises, due to the purchaser's allergies to animals, landlord's disapproval, disagreement of family, the dog is no longer desired, or for any other practical reason. The puppy can be returned to the breeder at any point in the dogs life if the purchaser can no longer keep the dog. No refund will be given if the dog is returned to the sellers home. The seller also claims no responsibility for any injury or illness that could be and was most likely contracted after the date of purchase. The seller is available for any questions during the entire lifetime of the dog.
We Hope You Enjoy Your New Dog For Years To Come!