Golden Retrievers of Camelot House

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Breeder Agreement

  1. This puppy has been properly cared for and checked by a veterinarian. The puppy has received age appropriate immunization and has been wormed at the recommended schedule of the veterinarian. The puppy has also been microchipped. Health records will be provided when you receive your puppy.

  2. Breeder is not responsible if a puppy contracts a disease once it leaves the breeder’s possession. If you suspect your puppy is deathly ill, call us. We will arrange and obtain care at our expense. If your puppy is eating, playing, and drinking, he is not likely to be ill. If he should die in the first 3 days, you must obtain an autopsy (necropsy) at your expense. We cannot be responsible for poisoning, accidents, and ingestion of objects.

  3. Breeder offers a two year guarantee on any puppy found to have moderate or severely affected dysplastic hips or elbows from a hereditary reason (see "limitations of health guarantee" on page 3). This guarantee is for two years from the birth date of the puppy. The

puppy must have an x-ray done by a licensed veterinarian to confirm the diagnosis and it

must be documented by an OFA preliminary consultation. The x-rays must also be submitted

to the breeder for review by her veterinarian.

  1. Breeder offers a one year guarantee on severe congenital heart defects (see "limitations of health guarantee" below). This guarantee is for one year from the birth date of the puppy. Puppy is to be evaluated by a licensed veterinary cardiologist and have an echocardiogram with the results sent to the breeder.

  2. Breeder offers a one year guarantee against any congenital defects in the puppy causing death (see "Limitations of Health Guarantee" below), which would require documentation from a licensed veterinarian. This guarantee is for one year from the birth date of the puppy.

  3. Breeder offers a one year guarantee on eyes (see "Limitations of Health Guarantee" below). If the puppy develops a visual impairment due to a hereditary condition, it must be diagnosed by a member of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmology. If it is determined that the puppy has a severe visual impairment, cataracts or a severe eye defect requiring corrective surgery, the results must be sent to the breeder. This guarantee is for one year from birth date of puppy.

  4. Breeder does not guarantee color, temperament or adult size of the puppy.

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