Labradoodle Puppy Guarantee

Our puppies are guaranteed to be in good health at the time of the sale with examination by a licensed veterinarian. The puppy will have all age appropriate vaccinations, worming, and a microchip for permanent identification.

We guarantee our puppies to be free of hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, PRA, and vWD genetic defects up to 24 months of age. In the event that the dog develops one of these hereditary disorders (as diagnosed by a licensed Veterinarian), the buyer has the option to return the dog to the seller once a written report from the attending Veterinarian is verified by the seller. Upon return of the dog, the seller agrees to replace the dog with a puppy from the next available litter. All incurred expenses involved in diagnosis, treatment, and shipping fees (if applicable) are the responsibility of the buyer, and will not be reimbursed. In the instance that the buyer wishes to keep the dog, the seller agrees to refund ½ of the original purchase price of the dog.

The buyer has a 72 hour guarantee during which it is encouraged to have the puppy examined by your own veterinarian (at the buyers expense). Should the veterinarian find a minor pre-existing condition during the examination, the seller is to be immediately notified and agrees to pay for the cost of any medications necessary to treat said condition up to the amount of $100. If the veterinarian finds any serious problems, the buyer has the option to return the puppy along with a written diagnosis from the attending veterinarian within 48 hours of the examination, for a full refund of the purchase price (veterinarian expenses for diagnosis, shipping, travel, etc. will not be reimbursed). Should the buyer choose to keep the puppy, the seller agrees to pay the veterinarian costs for treatment, up to the original purchase price of the puppy, once a written diagnosis is supplied and verified. All payments will be made directly to the attending veterinarian. Any costs for treatment beyond the purchase price of the puppy, are the sole responsibility of the buyer.

The buyer is responsible to contract with a licensed veterinarian to complete the necessary vaccinations and establish a parasite prevention program.




Updated December 18, 2018