Deposit and Sales Information
Deposit and Sales Information:
puppies are for sale until a deposit has been received.
(The time difference between mailing a deposit and sending a deposit
immediately via the Internet should be taken into consideration when placing a
deposit. The puppy will be
considered sold to the person from whom the first deposit is received.) A $150 deposit will hold the puppy until it is shipped at 8
weeks or personally picked up at 6 weeks. Deposit
is non-refundable unless puppy fails vet check.
Please read the guarantee below before sending money.
Payment can be made securely with any major credit card or your bank
account through Paypal (please add $10 to this type of payment for Paypal fee),
or by sending money order or cashiers check.
Full payment is expected at least one week prior to shipping.
Flight reservations are made upon receiving final payment.
If you are picking up your puppy, you can pay remainder in cash at that
time. No personal checks accepted.
All puppies will be examined by a licensed Veterinarian prior to delivery, as
evidenced by the Health Certificate or Vet Health Records provided to you at
time of purchase. Any expenses
incurred medical or otherwise after shipping are the responsibility of the
buyer. Shipping expenses are never
Buyer is responsible for having the puppy examined by a licensed Veterinarian
within 72 hours of delivery and should provide preventative care such as, but
not limited to, annual physical examinations by licensed vet, and follow
veterinarian guidelines for vaccinations and deworming.
If, within the first 72 hours, your Veterinarian identifies a “health issue”
which clearly the puppy obtained prior to shipping, we will refund purchase
price of puppy. Buyer must return
original puppy, with a written report from Veterinarian and registration papers,
to the breeder within 48 hours of notifying the breeder, at buyer’s expense.
There are certain disorders that may be caused by environmental factors, i.e.:
allergies, thyroid dysfunction, demodectic mange, and other autoimmune disorders
that are not covered by this Guarantee.
* The breeder guarantees a healthy companion pet, but does not guarantee adult size, color, and temperament. Nor does breeder guarantee fitness for breeding.
* An umbilical hernia is the most common
type of hernia found in puppies and are often just "delayed
closures" of the abdominal wall. In the case of umbilical hernias, a
portion of fat protrudes through an incompletely closed umbilical ring.
Umbilical hernias may be present at birth, or may be acquired. The most
common means of acquiring an umbilical hernia is as a result of the umbilical
cord being severed too close to the abdominal wall by the mother. In
most cases umbilical hernias are small and reduce as the puppy grows.
Generally, by the time the pup is six months old the umbilical hernia will
shrink and disappear on its own. A small umbilical hernia is not life
threatening and in no way interferes with the quality of life of the puppy and
not warrant return of money.
inguinal hernia is the result of abdominal organs, fat or tissue protruding
through the inguinal ring. Inguinal hernias are presented as skin-covered
bulges in the groin. They can be bilateral, involving both sides, or
unilateral, involving only one side. As with umbilical hernias most
inguinal hernias will shrink and disappear as the puppy grows, although you must
keep an eye on the size of the hernia(s). Because
of the small size of the puppies, an inguinal hernia is often not detected by
the Vet until the puppy is 6 or 8 weeks old.
If at the time of the Vet Check and shots, an inguinal hernia is
detected, I will immediately disclose the findings to the buyer.
My Vet cannot perform a hernia surgery prior to 12 weeks of age, at the
earliest. However, I will refund $150 to the buyer to allow the
new owner to use the funds toward the hernia repair by their own vet.
Hernia repairs do not warrant return of money as it is not life
threatening and in no way interferes with the quality of life of the puppy.
AKC papers or other registration papers will be supplied or mailed as soon as
breeder receives them.
you are Shipping:
ship using Continental Airlines, which can provide counter-to-counter delivery
service to any of the destinations to which they fly with jet service.
Cost for shipping is $225. This
includes, airfare, puppy, crate, food and water for flight, & vet
certificate. Your puppy’s travel
itinerary can be tracked on-line or by calling the Live Animal Desk at
1-800-575-3335 if you have the shipment’s air waybill number.
The air waybill number will be e-mailed or phoned to you after puppy is
delivered to the airport.
Airlines is reputed to be one of the best airlines providing live animal
shipping. Continental Airlines
ensures a dedicated 24-hour Animal Desk and tracking service, confirmed booking
prior to departure and constant monitoring of weather conditions.
Should for any reason the puppy receive injury or die during air travel,
Continental Airlines would review the case and determine if injury was received
during flight and if it is determined to be so, will bear the cost of any
liability. If for some reason
injury was deemed by autopsy to be the result of an unseen congenital
abnormality, the breeder would be responsible for refunding the cost of the
animal to the purchaser.
buyer will be asked to sign and date this guarantee prior to finalization of
purchase as evidence that all information has been read and understood.
Simply print this page to sign and date the guarantee.
Once signed this can be mailed, faxed, or e-mailed to me at the time your
deposit is sent.
guarantee is null and void if the terms and conditions are not fulfilled.
contact me with any questions you might have regarding this guarantee prior to
Signature of purchaser Date
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