Health Guarantee

All puppies sold comes with a health guarantee. Within 10 days of purchasing your new puppy, you must take him/her to a licensed veterinarian for an examination. If the veterinarian determines, within 10 days of purchasing, 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 purchasing and delivery, you have the following options:

– Return the dog for a complete refund

– Return the dog for a replacement dog of equal value

– Retain the dog and receive reimbursement for reasonable veterinary fees, not exceeding the adoption price

These options do not apply where a owner, who has provided a health certificate issued by a veterinarian, discloses in writing at the time of sale the health problem for which the adoptee later seeks to return the dog. If, within 30 days of purchasing, 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.

By purchasing a puppy from us, you agree to the following:

1. 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.

2. 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.

3. Validation of the guarantee requires 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.

4. 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.

5. 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.

6. The breeder is not responsible for any veterinarian bills that the purchaser may incur regarding the purchased puppy.

7. This guarantee is null and void if the puppy is sold to a third party, and if normal precautions aren’t taken.

8. Especially 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 condition.

9. 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 the breeder.

10. 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.

11. We work closely with our vets to ensure the health of our puppies. They have been administered all of the shots and de-wormings 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 health.

12. Our puppies will have a health certificate from a licensed veterinarian before they leave, and will be vet checked. Although we do everything we can to ensure the health of our puppies, our health guarantee does not apply to “kennel cough”, coccidia, diarrhea, collapsed trachea, giardia, open fontanel, or parasites.

Puppy caree

Overview

The Dachshund is Cuba’s national dog and they make great companions. This long-haired, small dog is smart, playful, and cute. However, the long, double coat on this dog means that owners must put lots of time and effort into keeping the dog well-groomed. Not tending to a Dachshund’s coat could cause him to be covered in painful mats and can even interfere with his vision. If you have a Dachshund, then you will need to learn all about how to feed, groom, train, and protect him..

Please note: The information/advice offered here is based on the personal experience of Dachshund Breeders. It is not intended as a substitute for veterinary care. You should always seek the advice of your Veterinarian if your dog has a health problem or concern.

Caring For Your Dachshund

1. Feeding. It is important to choose a dog food that will meet the nutritional needs of your pet, so make sure that the food you choose is of high quality. You should also choose a food that is meant for small breed dogs. Regular dog food pieces may be too large for your Dachshund to chew, while food meant for small dogs comes in smaller pieces. If you can’t decide on what to feed your Dachshund, then check with your Dachshund’s breeder or veterinarian. Also, keep Dachshund’s age in mind when choosing food. If your Dachshund is a puppy, then you will need to feed him puppy food. If your Dachshund is a senior, then you will need to feed him senior food and then Maintain a regular feeding schedule.

2. Grooming. Regular brushing is essential for Pembrokes because of the breed’s double coat with a medium weather-resistant undercoat and a longer outer coat. During heavier seasonal shedding, daily brushing with a 2-in-1 comb or a slicker brush and an undercoat rake, and a static spray to wet the coat before brushing is recommended. Between shedding cycles, frequent brushing with a small pin brush and a hydrating spray can reduce tangles and the amount of shed hair significantly. Regular bathing can also help with excessive shedding. A bath for general cleaning and removing of dirt and grime can be followed by a second bath targeting the specific needs of the dog. Only specialized dog shampoos (hypoallergenic if the dog has allergies) and conditioners should be used. If the Pembroke Corgi doesn’t wear out its nails naturally, they need to be trimmed once a month. Corgis have sensitive ears that need to be checked weekly for infections and cleaned with a cotton ball dampened with mineral oil or a pH-balanced cleaning solution, without poking the ear canal. Eyes need to be wiped regularly to prevent tear stains, and can be flushed with a specialized eye wash to flush the eyes clean of any foreign matter and keep them moist. Teeth should be brushed at least once or twice a week to prevent tartar build-up.

3. Exercise. The Dachshund has an active mind and body and needs daily physical and mental exercise to be at its best in the house. It is agile and quick-witted and daily needs a moderate walk on a leash, as well as exercises and training sessions off leash to keep his mind and body stimulated. The breed is physically suited to outdoor living in temperate climates, but sharing family life in a flat or house with an outside yard is far more mentally stimulating for the devoted and amiable companion dog.

4. Bathe. Bathe your corgi about every three months, or when he has become dirty. Fill a tub with about four inches of warm water and place a non-slip rubber mat on the bottom. Use a hose or large cup to wet your dog and shampoo him vigorously with a mild dog shampoo. Dog conditioner applied after shampooing can help moisturize his skin and coat. Dry him with a towel. Swab any dirt from his ears with a cotton ball and trim his nails.

5. Veterinarian Check Take your new dog or puppy to visit a veterinarian within the first few days after acquiring him. Later, he should visit your veterinarian each year and when additional health questions arise. Vaccinations, de-worming and complete yearly exams will benefit the health of your Dachshund.

PURCHASE PROCEDURE

Shipping Procedure & Handling 

How it works

1:You want a puppy? 

2:You visit our website, see all puppies available and click on “CONTACT ” button against the puppy you are interested in or click on the “BUY NOW” button Where you will be directed to a page indicated which information is required to be submitted.

3:Once we receive your inquiry, we will contact you within 24 hours Max. Once you respond to our email with answers to the questions asked and we find you suitable to adopt our puppy, we will forward you the payment information to confirm payment.

 4:Once you confirm payment we will start processing all required paperwork, have our license veterinarian perform last minute routine checkup on your puppy and then book a flight the next morning.

 5:Once we book the flight, the agency will email you with all flight details( date and time of departure and arrival as well as all info you will require to pick up the puppy upon arrival).

 6:Within 24 hours of takeoff, our staff will place a follow-up call to confirm that your pet arrived safely and that you have taken possession of your pet and everything is fine.

As a matter of routine, Don’t forget to take your puppy to your veterinarian for the regular arrival-health-check-up within 48 hours of arrival.

 

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