Your puppy has been raised with great care and love. We do our best to raise healthy, socialized puppies. The puppy is guaranteed to be in good, sound health at the time of sale and when picked up. It is recommended that the buyer have the puppy examined by a reputable, licensed veterinarian within 72 hours of the sale. If the veterinarian should find the puppy in anything but “good health” due to disease only (no injury or mishandling) the purchase price will be refunded upon return of the puppy. (Note: any puppy going to a new home may be a bit unsure of him/herself until he/she becomes completely familiar with his/her surroundings.) Proof of the above must be in the form of a letter from the examining veterinarian explaining the cause of poor health. No exchange or refund will be made after this period.
We cannot guarantee against or be responsible for any expenses incurred from parasites in your puppy, parvovirus or distemper. Parasites are very common in puppies and may include various types (internal and external) including, but not limited to; coccidia, giardia, roundworms, or mites. Although we do our best to prevent these parasites, (your puppy has been de-wormed, had an exam by our vet and a stool sample checked) the puppy may require additional treatments to deal with these because of the different life cycle of these parasites. Parvovirus is a deadly intestinal virus that can be picked up wherever an infected dog may have been. We start our puppies on their vaccinations before they go home, but it is up to the new owner to complete those vaccinations and be careful where they take their puppy. The puppy is not safe from this and other diseases until they have gone through the complete series of puppy vaccinations.
If you are getting a purebred Cavalier or Poodle from us, we do not guarantee your puppy to be of breeding/show quality or to have the ability to reproduce. For any puppy (Cavalier, Poodle, Cavapoo, or Aussalier) we also cannot guarantee; (against) umbilical hernias, bites, size, or patellas in your dog. (Even though our parent dogs are OFA patella normal; food, exercise, spay or neutering too young (the hormones do affect joint development) are all things we can’t control in a puppies life after it goes home, and can affect patella development and possible issues. Our Cavapoo puppies are sold as pet/companions ONLY (not for breeding) and need to be spayed/neutered at the appropriate age. When you mark “Yes” on Part 2 of the puppy application you are agreeing to spay/neuter your pet and not use it for breeding.
F1 & F1b Cavapoos are said to be low-to-non shedding, but they are a hybrid so occasionally there will be one that sheds a bit. Please note, that we cannot guarantee that your Cavapoo will not shed.
We do guarantee the health of your puppy against any genetic defect for 2 years from the purchase date of the puppy. This includes only genetically caused problems in the puppy. If a genetic defect is found, the puppy may be returned (at the owner’s expense) with a written statement from the veterinarian and a replacement pup will be given when one becomes available. We cannot be held responsible for any vet expenses that may occur from any genetic complications if you choose to keep the puppy and seek veterinary treatments.
We are here for you and your puppy. If for some reason you can no longer keep your puppy please contact us first before rehoming it. We like to know where are puppies are and might be able to help you find it a new home. Although we cannot take your puppy back we want to keep track of where they end up. The best place is with you, it’s original family.