CASCADE MOUNTAIN GOLDENS HEALTH GUARANTEE
Cascade Mountain Goldens has made every effort to provide a healthy puppy that is believed to be in good health at the time of purchase. The puppy has had all shots and deworming appropriate for age. Our puppies are vet checked prior to going to their new home. Every effort has been made to avoid any possible inherited conditions and copies of parents' clearances have been provided.
To activate this health guarantee, the puppy should be examined by a licensed veterinarian within 3 business days of taking ownership. If the puppy is found to have a health problem at that time, a replacement puppy will be offered or a complete refund. The puppy is also guaranteed for one year from the date of birth against life threatening congenital defects. If within that time a life threatening defect is determined, a replacement puppy of equal value will be offered or a refund of 50% of the purchase price, purchaser's choice. A verified letter from the veterinarian is required in both instances.
The breeder will not be responsible for Parvo, Distemper or Corona Virus after 24 hours of the sale, as these are highly contagious diseases and they can be contracted immediately after leaving our home. The breeder does not guarantee against Coccidia, Giardia or internal/external parasites (worms, fleas, ticks).
The purchaser agrees that if they need to rehome their dog, the breeder will be the first to be informed and if requested, return the dog to the breeder. The breeder will offer every reasonable assistance to find a new home. The purchaser agrees that they will never surrender their dog to a dog rescue or animal shelter.
You, the purchaser agree to insure your puppy's good health. This includes annual vet exams and continued required vaccines; a fenced yard and safe housing; proper training and socialization; and large breed puppy food for the first 9-12 months. The purchaser agrees to finish all puppy vaccines before taking their puppy out in public, letting their puppy on public sidewalks and grasses or dog parks. This reduced the chance of your puppy picking up a communicable disease such as Parvo. Be diligent to provide moderate exercise for the first year to protect your puppy's hips & elbows.
Most importantly, provide lots of love & affection and you will have a faithful friend for many years to come. Enjoy your puppy!