This puppy is guaranteed up to its second birthday against any congenital or hereditary defect, which develops to the extent that it adversely affects the animal's health or will lead to death. If a licensed veterinarian determines your puppy has a congenital or hereditary defect, you will be required to provide us with the licensed veterinarian's certificate stating the defect. In some cases, a second opinion may be required before reimbursement will be given. In no case shall the reimbursement exceed the original purchase price of the dog.
Your puppy has been bred from parents and in most cases, many generations of ancestors most of whom, if not all, have clearances for normal hips. These clearances do not guarantee that your puppy will not develop hip dysplasia at some point in their life. The development of canine hip dysplasia is not solely dependent upon genetics, but environment (exercise and feeding) as well. Inappropriate exercise can harm immature, developing joints and may affect their ultimate development. As we cannot control how you feed, exercise and care for your puppy, a written documentation from a licensed veterinarian that the hip dysplasia is due to genetics, sufficient proof of proper exercise and feeding, and an official OFA evaluation is required for reimbursement or replacement of your puppy if hip dysplasia is detected. OFA hip rating must be severe for a reimbursement or replacement. At that time, we will replace your puppy with one of equal value on the next available litter, usually within a year; or we can come to a reasonable monetary settlement. In some cases, a second opinion may be required before reimbursement will be given. In no case shall the reimbursement exceed the purchase price of the dog. The hip dysplasia guarantee is good up until the puppy's second birthday. We do not guarantee against communicable diseases such as Parvo, Coccidia, Giardia, Distemper, Rabies, etc. We take every precaution to prevent these illnesses, but a puppy's immune system is immature at the time of transferring to their new home. Stress can contribute to a Coccidia or Giardia outbreak. Be very careful where you take your puppy until all rounds of vaccinations are completed and the puppy is fully immunized from these diseases. Do not expose your puppy to other canines who have not been vaccinated and fully immunized. Be especially weary of dog parks daycare and grooming centers until the puppy is full immunized.
It is further understood and agreed that no warranty or representation has been made with respect to the sold puppy, except as set forth in writing in this agreement. The buyer agrees that this puppy is being sold as a pet and not for breeding purposes. If the buyer chooses to breed this puppy, they do so at their own discretion and this warranty and health guarantee is void. Hollywood Goldendoodles is not responsible for any hereditary defects or issues with the offspring of this puppy. By purchasing this puppy, the buyer acknowledges having read this contract in its entirety and agrees to all terms and conditions within this contract.