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1-The purchaser must have the puppy examined by a licensed veterinarian within two (2) business days after arrival or pick up date.

2-Double D must be informed immediately of the examination's results
by email. The failure of this will result in cancellation of the guarantee.

3- If the examination indicates that at the time of sale, such animal was unfit for purchase due to illness, disease or congenital disorder, you may return the pet to us for an exchange of equivalent value.

4-We guarantee the puppy against fatal viruses for 72 hours. These include, Distemper, Parvo and Corona. It does no include Coccidia and Kennel Cough which are common in pups that are shipped and usually caused by bacteria or stress. Kennel Cough is self limiting and like the common cold, it must run it course. Full recovery is expected and Kennel Cough on its own is not life threatening.

5-This puppy is guaranteed until one (1) year of age against fatal and life altering congenital and genetic disease which adversely affects the health of the animal. No cash refund will be granted. Puppy will be returned and a replacement puppy of equal value will be offered. No exceptions.

6-We must be notified of the problem within two (2) business days of the licensed veterinarian's determinations and have two (2) reports from two (2) different veterinarians stating the same problem in order to provide a replacement puppy of equivalent value. Purchaser is responsible for the transportation cost of the replacement puppy.

7-We will not be responsible for veterinarian fees or cost. Purchaser is aware that owning a puppy means trips to the veterinarian and understand that he/she will be responsible for all payments.

8-There is no guarantee or warranty that the purchaser will be able to show or breed the puppy requardless of show or breeding potentials.

9-Purchaser will keep puppy current on all vet care including shots, deworming and heart worm prevention. We advise to keep the new puppy separate from other dogs in the house until the veterinarian has given it a clean bill of health.