We guarantee both health and genetics of our all puppies. All our puppies are vet checked and are guaranteed free from dermoid sinus, degenerative bone diseases, degenerative myelopathy, demodectic mange, hip or elbow dysplasia, sight or hearing impairments, and guaranteed to have perfect teeth and bite. By the time your baby is 8 weeks old, she or he will have been to the vet, had their first round of shots: (DAPP), dewormed, be exceptionally strong and active, and if they are flying they will have a certified Washington State Health Certificate from our vet.
To help identify and mitigate genetic health risks, all our parent dogs have had comprehensive health checks and have been cleared of all known health issues, which greatly increases the likelihood of their puppies having excellent health outcomes, as all parents are clear of hereditary conditions so the risk of passing on these conditions to their offspring is significantly reduced. This can lead to a lower incidence of genetic disorders and diseases in all our puppies.
Puppies inherit some level of immune system strength from their parents. Our parent dogs are healthy and have strong immune systems, therefore our puppies are more likely to inherit these robust immune systems as well. This can help puppies fight off infections and illnesses more effectively. Puppies born to healthy parents tend to be more robust, resilient, and are less likely to suffer from chronic health issues, such as allergies, skin conditions, or respiratory problems.
A strong genetic foundation of good health can contribute to a longer lifespan for puppies and are less likely to require frequent visits to the veterinarian for treatment of chronic illnesses or genetic conditions. This can translate to lower healthcare costs for the owners and happier canine families.
It's important to note that while genetic predisposition plays a significant role in a puppy's health, environmental factors such as diet, exercise, socialization, and regular veterinary care also have a substantial impact. Therefore, even if puppies have a favorable genetic background, responsible pet ownership is crucial for ensuring their ongoing health and well-being. Regular check-ups, vaccinations, a balanced diet, and a loving, safe environment are all essential elements of raising your happy and healthy puppy.
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