ABOUT OUR AUSTRALIAN LABRADOODLE HEALTH WARRANTY
We guarantee that your new puppy will be healthy at the time you receive him or her. Your
puppy will have received his or her first vaccinations and de-worming treatments as
appropriate for his or her age. In addition, the puppy will have undergone a physical examination shortly before we release him or her to you. We will include the puppy’s examination results along with his or her complete medical records. (If we are
flying your puppy to you via air cargo, the puppy will have received another medical
examination shortly before being shipped.) You will need to make an appointment for your
puppy to be examined by your licensed veterinarian within 72 hours of his or her arrival,
according to the terms of our warranty.
Dogs that we breed go through an extensive panel of tests before we will clear them to be
bred. We provide a two-year health warranty on genetic disease that significantly impairs the
life of the dog (as determined by two veterinarians). Should a serious genetic issue be
discovered within the first two years, we will pay the vet expenses for treating that issue up
to the purchase price of your puppy or will replace your dog with another puppy.
While we expect our puppies to remain healthy and to live long lives, canine health is
dependent on environmental factors such as a healthy diet, exercise, safe living conditions,
and regular veterinary care for vaccinations and other treatments. Love, attention, and
proper training are also critical to your dog’s well-being. We expect that you will provide
these critical components to your dog‘s long-term health.
While we do ask that you take your puppy to your veterinarian within the first 3 days after
receiving him or her, please let your puppy relax into his or her new home at a gentle pace.
Too many visitors, car trips, and other excitement can be overwhelming to a young pup and
could disrupt the careful socialization that has been conducted up until that time. Very
importantly, although your puppy will have received age-appropriate vaccinations when you
bring him home, please procede cautiously when you take your puppy out in public until he or she has completed the complete series of puppy shots (usually16 weeks of age). Young pups are at risk to the parvovirus from infected dog feces or vomit, which can stay dormant for years in the ground and is not killed by most common disinfectants. We recommend that you carry your puppy into the veterinarian’s office and hold him or her for the duration of your visits, due to the possibility of parvovirus or other diseases being tracked in by other animals.