The difference between a lifetime guarantee and a year or two guarantee: first, I believe
we are breeding a healthy pup, and if not, I need to know! If you have a written guarantee, and you have a problem in
5 years, you will contact us and let us know, whereas if the guarantee is already passed, you probably won't pass on the
info to me. Not many breeders do this, most will guarantee for a year, or 6 months. Some may guarantee for 2 -5 years. Most
genetic diseases don't pop up until they are usually 5 years old, and by then, the guarantee is up.
If you would like vitamins for your pup/dog, no matter the age/breed, please
contact me, I will send you info on some I have access to. I don't make them "mandatory", it's not in my
contract you have to give them.
information: My contract and health guarantee will be emailed to you, for you to read and ask any questions you may have.
The contract MUST be signed and returned by the time your puppy is 6 weeks old. I am no longer sending puppies without the
contract being signed. If you feel you can not meet any of these requirements, you will need to find another breeder. My contract
is for the protection of my puppies and is non-negotiable.
*puppy/dog is required to be seen by your vet within 48 hours of he/she leaving our home.
*Puppy/dog will be required
to be spayed/neutered between 6-7 months of age. There are NO exceptions, and no I will not change my mind in a year when
I see how fabulous your puppy is. My puppies leave here as pets, whether they are the most perfect Schnauzer ever produced
have a microchip before leaving here, I will remain on the microchip contact information as an emergency contact. *Puppy/dog
will not EVER be registered with any other registry other than AKC.
*Puppy/dog WILL come back to my home, if for any reason you can not keep the dog. Age/health
does not matter.
puppy is found to have a life threatening genetic disease, you have the option to keep the puppy or send the puppy back. A
replacement puppy of equal or higher value will be sent within a year, providing I have litters planned within that time frame.
If there are no upcoming litters, a replacement puppy will be sent from the next available litter.
*You will provide a safe and loving home environment for your
puppy, along with healthy food, clean water, regular vet care and good oral care. Your puppy/dog will live in your home, as
a member of your family, and will not be left tied outside or unattended in your yard.
*I will remain on your puppy/dog papers as an owner,
this means that I will co-own the dog with you, you are the primary owner of the dog, and owner in possession of the dog.
This does not affect your ownership/possession rights.
*You agree to pay $10,000 (per occasion meaning for each contract violation) in addition
to what you've already paid, if at any point in time you have been dishonest and somehow manage to wrangle AKC papers
from me, without getting your bitch/dog altered, and have foolishly decided to breed him or her. You also agree to surrender
AKC papers and the dog, to me, should this happen.
*Any dog/bitch that has been registered here with full registration, for breeding or for show, will not receive AKC
papers when they leave here. I will keep the papers, and provide you with the bill of sale to prove your ownership and help
with any licensing. Your contact information will be added to the Microchip information. This is to discourage dishonest people
from purchasing an altered dog and using the papers on "something else". This is not negotiable!
These are the basic conditions of my contract, everything else
is common sense. I'm very easy to get along with as long as you do what you say you are going to do. These conditions
are put in place because there are so many people who think they can buy a dog of this quality for pet price, and breed it
to whatever they want to make money. I am only able to home my pups in new homes because I know they are going to good homes,
where they will be loved and taken care of. If I feel like my pups aren't taken care of, or there is ulterior motive to
getting a puppy, such as a person wanting to breed schnoodles or mixed breeds, it defeats the purpose of placing them in pet