K and M Kennels
Breed: Siberian Husky | Member Since 3/21/2010
K & M Kennels
A. To the best of K & M Kennels knowledge, said puppy is in healthy and sound condition at the time of sale. Buyer has 72 hours from the time of delivery/pickup (excluding weekends) to qualify for BUYER’s health guarantee. If your puppy in the opinion of a licensed Veterinarian has a life-threatening illness, making it a poor health risk, K & M Kennels will provide the BUYER a refund or Exchange for a future puppy, upon return of puppy and all papers. The Vet’s documents must include date of examination, symptoms, testing and requires a second opinion from K & M Kennels Veterinarian before any refund/exchange takes place.
B. Deworming/Shots: All of our dogs and puppies are treated regularly for fleas and worms, however puppies need to continue treatment in order to prevent them from recurring. Your puppy has received a series of de-worming according to vet recommendations. This has been documented in his/her health record. It is very important that the pup continues to be dewormed. It is advised that you ask your veterinarian about a follow-up schedule on deworming. K & M Kennels will not pay any future vet bills.
BUYER is required to give, or have a licensed veterinarian, administer the remaining puppy vaccines in series to said puppy, parvo and distemper vaccines must be given on dates of health record, following first vaccines provided by BREEDER. Each puppy has been given first dose of Heartworm Preventative (Ivermectin) which is needed to be continued monthly, (regardless if your puppy is inside or outside). Each puppy is also given age appropriate vaccines before leaving K & M Kennels, Combination Vaccine (5-way booster*without leptospirosis) at 6 weeks of age. Your puppy has been dewormed (Nemex 2) at 2, 3, 4, and 6 weeks.
Health records are provided to BUYER at time of pick-up. If BUYER fails to continue vaccines as stated above, the parties agree that any health guarantee will be considered null and void. Keep shot records from your vet, or receipts from purchase of shots.
Your puppy’s next shots are due by ___/_____/____ *Buyer's Initial's:________
We require that your puppy is not exposed to other animals, other people, walked in public parks, or rest areas until it has had all of its vaccines. *Buyer's Initial's:________
C. Health guarantee does not cover any parasite, internal or external as this is a treatable condition. This guarantee only covers life threatening conditions.
It is important not to overwhelm your puppy the first few days he has come into your home. Stress can cause intestinal problems, including but not limited to coccidia. The breeder does not guarantee against conditions brought on by stress or environmental changes that we cannot control once the puppy leaves our care. We do our very best by breeding healthy dogs in mind, body, and temperament. We do have all of our dogs checked out by our vet before a breeding takes place. Hip problems and other defects are unpredictable in all large dogs and any of them (regardless of the breed) may begin to show some signs of difficulties as they get into their older years. It is a known fact, that genetics are not the only cause of these factors. Food, environment, and activity play an important role in the health of your puppy/dog.