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One Year Sheltie Health Guarantee and Contract

The Buyer has 72 business hours to have the puppy examined by a Licensed Veterinarian
of choice. Buyer understands that Breeder has instructed Buyer not to take the puppy to
public places (including parks, neighbors, Petsmart for example, Groomers, Puppy
Classes, etc.) until the puppy has received his/her final rounds of shots ( 16 weeks of
age ). This is for the healthand safety of the puppy. Moreover, to avoid contact with areas
where infected or un-vaccinated dogs may have been or may be present with diseases
such as PARVO, illnesses/bacteria/fungus causing ghiardia, chlostridia, etc. This
requirement is to protect the puppy and this could save the puppys life. Any illness
contracted from Buyers decision not to follow these guidelines will void this contract.
Failure to have the puppy examined by a Licensed Veterinarian within 72 business hours
of the adoption/purchase voids all guarantees and this contract. To qualify for this
guarantee, the Buyer must keep this puppy under the care of a Licensed Veterinarian
throughout the dogs lifespan.This vet care includes all shots recommended by the Buyers
Licensed Veterinarian (including not allowing the dog to become overweight), which are
not Breeder related but caused as a result of the Buyer.If within 72 hours of purchase; a
veterinarians examination determines the Buyer has purchasedan unhealthy Sheltie
puppy from the Breeder; the Buyer is to have a second opinion done and if still said
puppy is unhealthy you may return the unhealthy puppy. The puppy will be replaced by a
healthy Sheltie puppy or you can have a full refund of the purchase price. The unhealthy
puppy must be returned with a letter from Two examining Veterinarians, stating the date
the puppy was examined and explaining why this puppyis in poor health -- including a
description of the symptoms supporting his/her opinion.If your Sheltie, during is
diagnosed with a serious life threatening genetic defect before the age of three years,
bring him/her to Breeder (at Buyers expense) (for my Vet to check the condition too).
With the vet records showing where the dog has had regular vet care & inoculations,
along with a written explanation from two Licensed Vet's stating defectand the dog will
be replaced at no charge as soon as another puppy of the same gender is available or a
full refund will be giving. Any vet bills incurred to diagnose or repair a problem will be
the responsibility of the Buyer.*Breeder will not pay for the vet care of the original
Sheltie.*Death as a result of a genetic defect: To make a claim, the Buyer must bring Two
Licensed veternarian's certificate stating the cause of death, description of the symptoms
supporting the genetic defect. The dogs paperwork and health care records will also be
needed and provided to the Buyer. All information must be submitted within ten (10)
days of the occurrence.This guarantee is not valid in the case of accidental injury or
death. This guarantee is canceled upon any evidence of abuse or neglect, or if the Buyer
fails to maintain annual checkups with a Licensed Veterinarian. This guarantee is nontransferable.
Breeder, makes nor implies any warranties or guarantees, expressed or implied, other
than those written in this agreement. This document constitutes the entire agreement
between the Buyer and Breeder, with respect to this adoption. The Buyer's signature
below indicates that the Buyer has read, agrees, and understands all the conditions of this
three page Health Guarantee. The puppy you are adopting is in good health as of this
adoption date ____________. All puppies from this Breeder are purebred and result from

a litter registered with either the American Kennel Club (AKC). Breeder makes no
warranty against Coccidiosis, Giardia, or parasites. Coccidiosis, Giardia,worms, fleas, or
ear mites are not valid reasons for returning this puppy. There is no guarantee as to the
disposition, life span, color, show quality, or breeding quality of any puppy.
However,Breeder has taken necessary steps to prevent parasites infestations by Vet care
and preventative treatments.