Health Agreement

Woodlot Companions LLC

A-The physical health of the puppy is guaranteed for 72hr after transferring to buyer, including up to date, age appropriate deworming, vaccinations, also including a thorough examination by a licensed veterinarian. Health records and vet papers will forward to buyer upon pick up day or mailed out if puppy is delivered.

B - The buyer will have 72hrs from time of transfer to have the puppy examined by their own veterinarian. If the puppy is found to be ill by a licensed veterinarian and is to be returned due to illness, a letter from the veterinarian is required deeming the puppy was unhealthy at day of sale. This includes death or illness from any health condition deemed to be present prior to the leaving of the seller's premises.

C - This guarantee does not include minor illnesses and health issues such as colds, internal or external parasites or umbilical hernias or under or overbite or undescended testicles. However, the breeder will disclose any known illnesses or health issues prior to the sale.

D - Seller can't assume physical health responsibility for this puppy beyond 72 hours of transition. It is the responsibility of the buyer to care for the puppy properly and keep it free from harm. Please remember that your puppy must be treated with great care and protected from danger. Exposure to any other animal, Public Park, sidewalks, grasses ect. When taking the puppy to your veterinarian be very cautious to not have the puppy come in contact with surfaces that could be contaminated by a sick dog that was brought to that facility.

E -Any Veterinarian expenses are the sole responsibility of the buyer. If the puppy needs to be returned it is at the buyers expenses.

F -The seller provides a 12 month hereditary congenital disease health guarantee, if tested positive within this time frame the puppy can be returned and replaced with another puppy, upon availability, of equal or less value.

G - Buyer agrees to notify seller of any parasites, fleas or physical illnesses and or congenital issues, so we can evaluate the housing, parents and littermates, should there be congenital issues showing up we will not want to keep the responsible parent in our breeding program. We aim for Quality in health and temperament. Your feedback helps us evaluate if there should be any changes in our program.