Our recommendation that new owners have their puppies examined by their own veterinarian as soon as possible. This is a good opportunity to set up a continuing preventative health program, microchip, and record your puppy’s microchip number. It is the new owner’s responsibility to obtain the remaining vaccine boosters, rabies vaccination, heartworm preventative, deworming, intestinal parasite check, flea preventative, etc. We cannot be held responsible for problems relating to new owner’s lack of supervision, negligence or situations out of my control once they leave our home (such as trauma, theft, infectious diseases picked up along the way or any obesity-related disease, etc.). Mandatory proof of spay or neuter is a must unless other arrangements are made. Breeding is a lot more work than people realize. So for the health of your puppy, kindly have him/her spayed/neutered.
We expect buyers to be reasonable in their expectations of our breeding program. Every dog that has ever been born carries 3-5 unseen or unexpressed genetic diseases. All the careful planning in the world can’t prevent or predict every problem that could occur. We will always want to know if there is a problem with one of our puppies so we can amend our breeding program accordingly to weed out even any potential problems. It is a growth pattern that developed for whatever reason. Other such things that may develop include a change in height expectations, or coat type expectations, an uneven bite, or after the teething cycle one or both ears may stand up from time to time. These are not part of the pet guarantee. There is no breeder who can guarantee height, coat, bite, or ear type as these can change or show up in the adolescent stage.