c)Carrousel Pomskies Guarantees the puppy to be free of any hereditary defects to the best of my knowledge. Should the puppy be diagnosed with any congenital condition or Canine Hip Dysplasia (CHD) before its 1st birthday breeder will provide a replacement puppy from a current or future litter. Transportation expenses are the responsibility of the Buyer. Breeder must be provided with documentation from a specialist in these fields: x-rays must be evaluated by a OFA (orthopedic Foundation for Animals): eyes must be examined by a Certified Animal Ophthalmologist. No medical bills will be refunded. Any other health concerns will be handled on an individual basis
d) Breeder is not responsible for any veterinary bills, tests, medications, transportation, or any other costs relating to the puppy after it is delivered. e) Breeder will help pay vet bills for a genetic disorder within the first year if you choose to keep the puppy provided you have pet insurance at the time of the discovery. Breeder will not help pay vet bills if you choose to keep the puppy if Pet insurance is an after thought.
a) Buyer Agrees to provide appropriate care, feeding, housing, and veterinary care for the puppy.
b) Pomskies are sold with a spay/neuter contract as PETS ONLY and must be spayed/neutered by 1 year of age.
c)This Pomsky puppy is being sold as a Pet and must be spayed/neutered by 12 months of age unless you have been approved for Breeding Rights ($2000 additional)
D) In the unfortunate event that buyer can no longer care for the puppy the buyer can surrender the puppy to Carrousel Pomskies, there will be NO REFUND and NO PARTIAL REFUND. The buyer will be responsible for travel expenses in transfering the puppy back to Carrousel Pomskies. In the best interest of the puppy, we will find the puppy a new home or keep the puppy in our home and away from a euthanizing shelter.
e)We require that you schedule a checkup with your veterinarian to introduce your new puppy to him/her within 72 hours and schedule a puppy wellness exam that will be submitted back to us for our records. This exam is required for the 1 year health guarantee to be in effect.
f) With the medical information we sent with your puppy, your veterinarian will recommend a vaccination and deworming schedule that is right for your puppy Your puppy has been on a regular deworming schedule that is outline on the medical record sent with him/her Parasites are common in puppies, and we make every effort to keep puppies parasite free with a regular deworming schedule. We cannot guarantee that no parasites exist.However, puppies can easily reinfect themselves. As puppies grow to maturity, heartworms can become a problem. A regular deworming schedule recommended by your veterinarian will keep your puppy/dog happy and healthy. Upon receipt of your puppy, he/she will have had its first puppy vaccination which will be noted on the medical record. We give Pfizer DA2PPv at approximately 6 weeks old. This vaccination helps protect your puppy against Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2 (Hepatitis) Parainfluenza, and the Parvo Virus. Parvo is a highly contagious virus. The first vaccination will begin to protect your puppy against Parvo. However, until your puppy has had its last puppy shot at approximately 16 weeks of age, your puppy is at risk for the Parvo Virus. Therefore, we recommend that the puppy have lim ited exposure to public areas until that time. We ask that you give the remaining puppy shots approxi mately every 3-4 weeks until 16 weeks of age or in accordance with your veterinarian's recommend ations. Your pup py cannot go outdoors, to any parks or walks until they are 16 weeks ofage and FULLY vaccinated. Never allow your puppy or full grown dog to drink out of still water, puddles etc as that will contain parasites.
NO RETURNS / REFUNDS UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES
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