Our puppies are sold with a current health certificate signed by a licensed veterinarian (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine).
All of our puppies are on a regular preventative schedule from the breeder and then to us. This includes vaccinations against canine distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza, canine parvo, bordetella (kennel cough) and de-worming. All of our puppies have been treated for Coccidiossis. Coccidiossis can flare up under the stress of a new environment. In this case you may see a slight mucous stool and occasionally accompanied by what appears to be a spec or two of blood. This is easily treated if it occurs; take the puppy to Paws Veterinary Clinic, our contracted veterinarian to be treated within the first 10 days of purchase at our expense. Please make sure to speak to your veterinarian to continue an immunization and de-worming schedule.
We are devoted to increasing the quality of life and health of puppies. We maintain very strict Animal Welfare Best Practice Standards pertaining to the procedures in the handling and caring of our gorgeous puppies.
Purchasing a puppy should not be an impulsive decision, and it is our customers' responsibility that they are making a decision for the lifetime of the puppy. This Petland store incurs considerable expense and risk when a puppy leaves our store. While we do not loan our puppies out we do understand that sometimes customers decide that they have a made a mistake in purchasing a puppy. This includes all circumstances: medical limitations, allergic reactions, loss of income, etc.. If the customer decides within the first forty eight hours of purchase that they are unable to keep this puppy, at this sole discretion of the Petland General Manager, be returned for a refund of the purchase price less cash administration fee of $300.