Health Guarantee

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100This contract is valid only for the original buyer of this puppy. If the puppy/dog is transferred to another owner at any time, or if any of the terms and conditions is not fulfilled, this contract becomes null and void.

Kirsten Ness of Regal Bullies has made every effort to provide you, the buyer, with a healthy English Bulldog puppy that is guaranteed to be in good health at the time the buyer takes ownership.

We guarantee that the puppy is a purebred English Bulldog.

We guarantee that all vaccinations and worming are current at the time of purchase as stated on the Veterinarian’s Certificate of Health included in the buyer’s puppy packet. Our puppies are Vet checked prior to leaving our home and will have our Veterinarian’s Certificate of Health stating his findings for this puppy included in the puppy packet. Certain disorders may be caused by environmental factors, including, but not limited to, the following: cocidia, giardia, kennel cough, cancer, demodectic mange, scabies, allergies and other autoimmune system disorders. This guarantee does not include injury, fleas, mites, kennel cough or intestinal worm / parasites, as they are common in dogs/puppies.

This guarantee does not cover uneven bites, undescended testicles, inguinal or umbilical hernias.

We, the breeder, will not be responsible for Parvo, Distemper, or Corona Virus after 24 hours of the buyer taking possession of the puppy, as these are highly contagious diseases and can be contacted by the puppy immediately after leaving our home. We will not be responsible for illness, injury or health problems which are diagnosed after this time period, except where specifically stated in this contract. We, the breeder, will not be responsible for any veterinary bills incurred by you, the buyer, after the date of sale. If the puppy is found to have a life-threatening hereditary congenital defect or any major health problem at the time of the puppies 1st vet exam with new buyers, the breeder must be notified within 24 hours of the vet exam and provided with a signed letter on official letterhead from the examining licensed Veterinarian stating the exact defect or health problem. The puppy must be returned to the breeder and the signed letter from the Veterinarian.

At this time, a comparable replacement puppy will be offered (within 12 months if a puppy is not immediately available).

In the unlikely event of this puppy’s death in the thirty six (36) months of life, due to congenital defect, a signed statement from a licensed Veterinarian, on official letterhead, confirming such an event and cause is required before a comparable replacement puppy is offered. In the event the cause of death is unknown, an autopsy is required.

We, the breeder, are not responsible for any veterinarian bills incurred by you, the buyer, after the date of purchase.*** You, the buyer, agree in order to insure your puppy’s good health and to keep our guarantee in effect, you will provide good nutrition, adequate housing, good medical care, affection and attention to your puppy’s needs. As a responsible puppy owner you must provide your puppy with routine preventative care and all immunizations and annual physical examinations by a licensed Veterinarian.

Our puppies will be given a great start in life by providing a clean environment, good food, lots of love and attention, and recommended vaccinations and worming. Any remaining vaccinations and worming due after you receive your puppy will be the buyer’s responsibility.

We hope that we have helped you choose the right puppy for you and your family. If this puppy does not work out for you, or if your life changes such that you are unable to provide this puppy with a good home, please call us for assistance in finding him/her a good home. If at all possible, we will place them in a new, loving home. Our puppies are bred with love and a love for the English Bulldog breed. No matter what their age, their welfare is a priority for us.

We do suggest that you have your dog spayed or nurtured by 6 months of age or when your vet suggest.