-We offer a 1-year health warranty including:
– heart defect (scale 4 or higher)
– A malfunction of the congenital organs leads to death
-Genetic defect causes death
– Congenital life-threatening defects leading to death
In the event that your puppy develops an untreatable, life-threatening congenital problem, or death by cardiac, organ or genetic defect occurs, send the initial examination and the picture of the puppy. We will send you the same sex, race, and quality you have paid for. Shipping is the responsibility of the customer. If you submit an application, we ask that you send us a copy of all your initial veterinary examinations, which clearly indicate that the death was caused only by genetic problems / through no fault of the owner. The medical examination/autopsy must clearly indicate death from a 100% genetic problem. Once the document is available, it will be forwarded to our veterinarian for further review and must agree to
Hydrocephalus is only explained if the dog suffers from seizure disorders. We treat no treatable disorders or common disorders such as patellar dislocations, hernias, open fontanelles, parasites and blood sugar or skin problems.
Please feed your puppy properly to avoid hypoglycemia / low sugar. We treat all puppies properly with parasites/worms, but parasites/worms are not covered by our guarantee as they are present in all puppies and are easy to treat. We are happy to replace your puppy in appropriate circumstances. However, we are not responsible for any veterinary billing or shipping.
Although we appreciate the size and weight of the puppies, this is not a guarantee. The way we assess is based on the parents and grandparents of the given puppy along with the current size and for that reason, the puppy may be smaller or larger than what we consider him. The diet also affects the size and weight of the dog as it overfeeds the dog.
If you bring our puppy to a vet, they may “appreciate” the puppy at the wrong age because their size is much smaller than a typical puppy of the same breed. Since our puppies are much smaller, they have a slower growth rate. For example, the growth of permanent teeth, the sinking of the testicle or when the puppy goes into the heat cycle can be delayed.
* How long does the puppy live?
In general, it really depends on how you look after the puppy. Our puppies are not from Puppy Mills. Our puppies will live up to 17 years, depending on the quality of your care.
* Will the puppy get bigger?
Yes. They are live animals and not toys. They will grow, though not as big as their normal size with the same breeds. It also depends on how often you are fed a day and what diet the puppy is on.