Health Guarantee

At the time of delivery, all puppies will be up to date on wormings and vaccinations and will be delivered with a puppy package that includes AKC Registration Application, food currently being fed, and lots of information regarding the pomeranian breed.
Each puppy(s) comes with a Limited Genetic Health Guarantee against death caused by genetic defects of the heart, liver, kidneys and lungs for one (1) year from date of purchase. Buyer must take the puppy(s) to a licensed Veterinarian within one (1) week of purchase for this guarantee to remain valid. You must contact us within 24 hours of the exam if any problems have been found and provide Seller with a copy of your Veterinarian’s written certificate stating the exact genetic defect found. In the event of death, the Buyer’s licensed Veterinarian must provide the Seller with a written certificate stating the exact cause of death as verified by an autopsy. Our licensed Veterinarian will review the Buyer’s Veterinarian’s report, and if in agreement as to the presence of a genetic defect as listed above, or that a puppy’s death was caused by a genetic defect listed above and not due to neglect, accidents, or sickness at the puppy’s new home, the puppy will be replaced with one of equal value as soon as one becomes available. If these regulations are not met the Guarantee becomes null and void.

We do not refund money, and Buyer will be responsible for any Veterinarian expenses and any expenses incurred to return the puppy to the Seller or to have a replacement puppy shipped to the Buyer.

We do not guarantee size, coat, color, patellas, bite or fertility once the puppy has left our premises. A puppy’s projected weight is based on the parents weight and the history with previous litters and represents our best judgment. Also, we do not warranty against hypoglycemia, retained puppy teeth, coccidiosis, giarrdia, ear mites, external/internal parasites, viral or bacterial infections that may occur after the puppy is brought into your environment. Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) is not a genetic condition and is susceptible in all toy breeds. Food and water should always be available and young puppies should be fed several times a day. Similarly, retained puppy teeth are also susceptible in all toy breeds and if retained, will need to be pulled.

If you have any questions or concerns, please email us and we will try to answer them.

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