Regarding our health recommendation in respect to our puppy purchases. Within 10 days of buying your new rottweiler puppies for good homes from us, you must take Him/Her to a licensed veterinarian for an examination. If the veterinarian determines, within 10 days of Adoption, that your dog is clinically ill or has died from an injury sustained or illness likely to have been contracted on or before the date of adoption and delivery of rottweiler puppies for good homes, you have the following options:
i: Return the puppy for a full refund.
ii: Return the puppy for a replacement of other puppy of your choice.
iii: Return the puppy and receive reimbursement for reasonable
veterinary fees, not exceeding the adoption price paid upon adoption.
Therefore, In respect to these options do not apply where an owner, who has provided a health certificate issued by a veterinarian discloses in writing at the time of rottweiler puppies sale that the health problem for which the owner of the puppy later seeks to return the dog. If, within 30 days of Rottweiler puppies for adoption, a licensed veterinarian determines that your dog has a congenital or hereditary defect which adversely affects the animal’s health or that your dog died from a congenital or hereditary defect, you have the same option as outlined above. You must notify the owner of the examining veterinarian’s name, address & phone number within 2 days of the vet’s certification of your dog’s illness. Failure to notify the owner within 2 business days will result in forfeiture of rights.
In order to adopt a puppy from us you must be in possession of the following:
The puppy will be taken to the vet promptly. You should make sure
that he/she is healthy and doesn’t need a vet’s attention. We request
that this initial visit be within 48 hours of the puppy’s arrival.
This is to ensure that there aren’t problems that have arisen from
shipping, and also so that your veterinarian is familiar with your
puppy if a situation arises.
We are not responsible for a puppy’s exposure to diseases after they have left our possession. You should be careful where you take your puppy and who handles it as well. The puppy should not be exposed to previously infested disease areas or to places where a high level of exposure to diseases is possible. Treat Him / Her as if she is a newborn baby.
The Validation of the guarantee requires absolute examination of
your puppy by the vet of your choice and at your expense within 48
hours of its arrival. This examination is expected to confirm that
your dog was healthy upon arrival. If the puppy is showing any sign of
illness, it should be taken to the vet immediately.
Your puppy, if shipped, has been through a vet check and has received
a health certificate. He/She has been through at least his first shots
and usually a series of shots before he/she has been delivered to you.
He has also been de-wormed, but this does not mean that he is free of
worms because young animals are especially susceptible to worms, are
exposed every time they touch the ground, and worming is an ongoing
process that will need to be continued once the puppy is in your care.
Your puppy will also need follow up shots. It is very important that
you follow up with shots and de-worming.
If the puppy has a vet diagnosed, congenital or hereditary defect,
that is a life-threatening condition, bring the breeder a vet signed
statement of the defect, and it will be replaced with the first
available puppy with the same value as soon as possible. The original
puppy must be returned before a new puppy can be delivered.
With smaller breeds of puppies, there is always a chance that stress
will cause the puppy’s sugar to drop to dangerous levels. It is the
responsibility of the new owner to be very observant regarding the
puppy’s sugar level, to be aware of action that needs to be taken if
this condition does occur. The new owner should be cautious to make
sure that this condition doesn’t affect the puppy, and the breeder
cannot be responsible for issues that are a result of neglect of this
The new owner is aware of past medical history of this puppy and
accepts it. The new owner is responsible for obtaining veterinary
advice when needed, and for paying for those services. From the time
the puppy leaves the possession of the breeder, the purchaser assumes
all responsibility of vet bills, and for the care of said puppy. If
for any reason the puppy dies, the breeder has the right to demand and
order an autopsy on the dog at the purchaser’s expense. If the death
is the breeder’s fault which is found as a result of original lab
results from a licensed veterinarian, the puppy will be replaced by
If a puppy is to be replaced, the breeder will provide a healthy
puppy of the same quality as the previous puppy as soon as one is
available. The new owner will be responsible for all shipping charges
for the first puppy to be returned to the breeder and for the charges
for the second puppy to be shipped to them as well. If the purchaser
chooses not to accept a replacement puppy, the health guarantee is
null and void.
We work closely with our vets to ensure the health of our puppies.
They have been administered all of the shots and de-worming’s that are
indicated on our shot records. Our shots are administered by the
breeder under the vet recommended immunization program. We will only
indicate the shots that your puppy has had. Please be aware that they
have had these shots, and continue to administer shots as recommended
by your veterinarian. Giving too many immunizations, and ignoring the
immunizations that have been given can also be harmful to your puppy’s