Policies

Below you will find our policies regarding adoption. If you have any questions, please Contact Us before placing a deposit.


Health Guarantee

Our Promise: Thank you for adopting one of our puppies! We want to make this a stress free and enjoyable experience for you and your family. We take extreme pride in our puppies, their health, and our facilities in order to provide you with the perfect puppy.

Term: This guarantee shall commence on the date the adoption process is complete and continue for two years from that date.

Coverage: Congenital or hereditary conditions that are not written in the conditions explained and illnesses occurring within three days of going to Adopter’s home.

Not Covered: Viral illnesses past three days from bringing puppy home, hypoglycemia, infections, improper bites, or common parasites such as coccidia, giardia, roundworms etc.

Claims: Claims require a written diagnosis by a veterinarian, which is then verified by the Breeder’s veterinarian. Claims must be reported to Breeder within 24 hours of diagnosis.

Resolutions: Claims will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. The Breeder has the right to be involved in decisions being made regarding treatment and/or surgery. In the event the puppy has a congenital defect or hereditary condition, a replacement puppy of equal value may be chosen by the Breeder from the next available litter. If the puppy dies from a congenital or hereditary defect an autopsy must be done to confirm the cause of death in order to receive a replacement puppy of equal value chosen by the Breeder. Reimbursement for veterinary expenses shall not exceed half the price of the puppy.

Disputes: All disputes unable to be resolved between Breeder and Adopter will be resolved by binding arbitration using American Arbitration Association rules. Arbitration and any court action to enforce an arbitration award shall take place only in the county in which the dog was adopted.

Take Note: We do everything possible to prevent parasites by routinely treating our mothers and puppies. With this said, puppies are very susceptible to contracting parasites. Mother dogs also are more vulnerable to parasites when they have puppies and may pass them along to the puppies. Depending on the life cycle of a parasite, it is possible for a puppy to go home with a parasite even with treatments.

Nutritional Guidelines: We choose to feed Great Lakes Pet Food because of the positive health benefits we have observed in our dogs and are willing to guarantee the health of your dog if you choose to feed it as well. To obtain and maintain this guarantee the Adopter agrees to feed Great Lakes Pet Food products as the primary source of nutrition. Breeder and Adopter agree that feeding records will be maintained through online purchase history or by receipts. Failure to adhere to the nutritional guidelines will render the guarantee null and void. To better understand the importance of grain free nutrition, please go to the F.A.Q. (Frequently Asked Questions) tab on the Great Lakes Pet Food website. Products are available to order online at www.greatlakespetfood.com.

Disclaimer: Breeder makes no guarantees; either expressed or implied, to purchaser other than specifically set forth herein.

Remember to Contact Us with any questions you have.

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