We are a small family breeder of good quality puppies. Our puppies are raised in our home with lots of love and affection.
All of our puppies come AKC registered, vet checked, first shots, dewormed, microchipped and a written health guarantee.
We are devoted to what we do. We strive to give our puppies a new home where they will be loved just as much as they are with us.
Our puppies are very clever, entertaining, and very loyal. One of their best traits is the love and attention they crave from their owners. We would love to see one of our Bulldog puppies become a new member of your family.
All puppies are sold with a One-Year Health Guarantee. You are required to have your puppy checked by your vet within 72 hours of purchase. Your puppy is guaranteed for one year from date of birth against any life threatening genetic or hereditary disease. All puppies are current on vaccinations and worming, and will come with an immunization record for your veterinarian.
We understand that a replacement puppy would never amend the tragedy of a loss. However, we need to agree in advance on a planned solution if your puppy is diagnosed with a major problem.
1. Major surgery which proves to be life threatening
2. Recommended for euthanasia (Hereditary or Genetic condition)
3. Dies from Hereditary or Genetic condition (Autopsy)
If the puppy has a life threatening hereditary or genetic condition, it will be replaced with the first available puppy of the same breed and value from the breeders stock as soon as possible. The original puppy must be returned to breeder (at new owners expense), along with the registration papers given at the time of sale before a new puppy can be delivered. The purchaser is responsible for any shipping fees for the replacement puppy. In the event of death, a licensed veterinarian must perform an autopsy to determine the exact cause of death at new owners’ expense. Should the puppy be diagnosed within the first 12 months of life with any congenital or genetically derived medical disorder which is considered by two unassociated veterinarians to be life threatening. The report from the autopsy must be sent to our attending veterinarian for review.
REQUIREMENTS: NOTIFICATION AT THE TIME OF DIAGNOSIS.
We insist on the opportunity to advise and recommend with any knowledge we have to be of help, no matter how large or small the problem. We do not want to be informed after the process is complete and final. We want to be aware of all the steps and be involved in the decision making process. Our ideas and yours may vary. However, if we are to be responsible, we need to be involved in the decisions. Written notification at the time by diagnosis by your veterinarian is required.
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