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New Puppy Health Guarantee

Your Doodles In Bloom puppy:

·      is current with all vaccinations for their age

·      has been examined by a licensed veterinarian

·      has been de-wormed

·      is sent home with a separate contract that requires you to spay/neuter your puppy before it turns nine months old

·      is microchipped

·      is sent home with complete medical records

·      has an available month of insurance free through Trupanion

·      will be registered with the ALAA 

Doodles In Bloom guarantees that your puppy will only be delivered to you after our vet has examined her and assured us that she is in good health.


The warranty on your puppy will only be effective if, within five days of taking her home, you have her examined by a veterinarian who can assure you of the good health of your puppy and you return a signed copy of the veterinarian’s Health Certificate to Doodles In Bloom within 5 days of taking her home. Have your veterinarian verify the puppy’s microchip number on the health certificate.

If your vet finds a chronic or serious health issue with your new puppy, contact us and send us the report and all diagnostic data, including x-rays immediately. After we have reviewed the information with our vet, if we agree that the puppy should be returned, we will allow you to pick a puppy from our next available litter. Alternatively, if you want to keep the puppy, we can pay up to the full purchase price for the treatment of your puppy paid directly to your veterinarian. Any course of treatment must be pre-approved by Doodles In Bloom in order for us to be responsible for the cost of treatment.


During your dog’s first two years, Doodles In Bloom guarantees her to be free from life-threatening genetic defects.

If your dog is shown to have a life-threatening genetic defect, you will need to get the diagnosis reported by two independent veterinarians. In the case of progressive retinal atrophy, you will need to get a report from a certified veterinary ophthalmologist. In the case of hip or elbow dysplasia, you will need to get a report from a PennHIP or OFA certified veterinarian. We may also, at our expense, wish to have your dog examined by our veterinarian.

If a life threatening genetic defect is diagnosed and you send the reports from the veterinarians to us, we will offer your choice of a replacement puppy from the next available litter or we will pay your vet up to the full purchase price of the dog for treatment.

Have your veterinarian verify the microchip number of your dog on every report. 

This warranty does not cover skin/food/environmental allergies. We have no control of the area your pup may be in, food you choose to feed your pup, or the environmental factors or over-vaccination that may trigger allergies. Allergies in dogs (like people) can develop at any time.

If the puppy should die from a suspected congenital defect within 24 months of its date of purchase, an autopsy must be performed at the purchaser’s expense by a veterinary teaching hospital or state licensed DVM acceptable to the Seller’s veterinarian. If the autopsy shows a congenital defect as the reason of death, the Seller will provide another puppy of equal or greater value to the purchaser. A written statement from the veterinarian must be provided or  This warranty is void in the event of an indeterminable or inconclusive diagnosis.


You need to keep your puppy away from other dogs and places other dogs have been until she has had all of her shots (at about sixteen to twenty weeks). The puppy’s developing immune system will not be strong enough to protect her from viruses such as parvovirus until she has been completely vaccinated. Visitors should leave their shoes outside and wash their hands before handling your puppy during this time. When you take your puppy to the vet, keep her in your arms until you are in a secluded sterilized room.

Vaccinate your puppy and keep her vaccinations up to date throughout her life. You will need to provide a copy of her complete vaccination record before we will replace her or refund any portion of the purchase price.

You will want to provide high quality dog food (we feed our dogs Fromm) and give her exercise, a place to live in the house, reliable fences and regular trips to the vet. Keeping your dog fit and at a proper weight is important, as overweight dogs are more likely to develop hip dysplasia. For the same reason and to promote healthy bone development, you should avoid strenuous or repetitive jumping exercises, such as Frisbee jumping, for the first year. Your puppy’s bones will not be fully developed until she is a year old. Excessive running, climbing stairs or other strenuous exercise can harm her development.

If you are unable to keep your dog for any reason, please contact us. We will help you find another good home for her.


This warranty applies only to you, the original purchaser.

If an examining veterinarian finds that your dog has been abused, subjected to trauma, allowed to become overweight or neglected, this guarantee is void. Doodles In Bloom is, under no circumstances, liable to the buyer or any third party for consequential, incidental or special damages resulting from the dog or related to the dog. If we are unable to replace your puppy within a year, we will refund your purchase price.

Upon e-signature, all veterinary care and attendant costs are the sole and exclusive responsibility of the Buyer. Buyer and breeder agree that this writing represents the entire agreement between them and that no other representations have been made regarding the dog.

Under penalty of perjury, Buyer herewith affirm that Buyer's electronic signature and/or initials, and all future electronic signatures, were signed by Buyer with full knowledge and consent and is legally bound to these terms and conditions.

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