Neesa's Doodles LLC

There are no refunds.

This guarantee will cover only loss of life that is caused by a fatally genetic factor for up to 1 year of the puppy’s life. This doesn’t cover things that happen to your puppy in your home that cause injury or death, illness, or such things that are inherited genetically or things that are NOT fatal - such as, but not limited to, hypoglycemia, Guardia, hernia, hip dysplasia, luxating patella, open fontanel, Coccidiosis, BSD, communicable diseases (such as Parvo), Thyroid conditions, heart murmur, epilepsy, personality disorders, temperament or other such things.
The BREEDER has given all appropriate shots/worming for the puppy's age, and a record of this vaccination/worming history will be supplied upon pick up/delivery of the puppy. The BREEDER is not liable for illnesses caused by not keeping puppy vaccinations current.

The BREEDER is not liable for the health of your puppy or any bills incurred to maintain the health of your puppy after the puppy leaves the BREEDERS home and is picked up by the BUYER. IT is recommended by this BREEDER that the puppy not be taken out in public until the puppy has had its full series of protective vaccinations, the earliest being after 12 week rabies shot. It is advised to talk this over with your vet.
The BUYER agrees to maintain the puppy's health in good condition, and provide quality grain-free food, clean water, clean living conditions, vaccinations, worming, and veterinary care to assure good health. The BUYER agrees not to abuse or neglect this puppy in any way.

The BREEDER has done everything possible to produce healthy , sound, social, and happy puppies by breeding only sound, healthy, socialized, friendly adults; and by raising the puppies in the best way possible in regards to diet, exercise, clean housing, vaccination/worming schedules, socializing and veterinary care.
There are many factors that can influence growth and development of the puppy, such as diet, exercise, environment, attention, training and handling, housing, etc. THE BUYER assumes the responsibility to carry on with the appropriate vaccinations, exercise and feeding schedule, and training as recommended by THE BREEDER.

THE BUYER understands that the puppy will need plenty of attention. THE BREEDER recommends planning at least an hour of time to be spent with the puppy each day. Along with adequate attention, the puppy will need training and socializing. THE BUYER is fully responsible for ensuring the puppy is safe for children, other dogs and pets, and the general public to be introduced to. THE BREEDER has began this process, but it is a life-long pursuit that the buyer is responsible for.
The BREEDER can offer no further guarantees once the care of the puppy is not longer under their control.