|for a health check. Should the puppy be determined to be in ill health, the cause of which is clearly attributable to the
seller, the dog may, upon presentation of a written diagnosis from said veterinarian, be returned for refund of
purchase price or for another puppy of equal value, the
Parvo within 10 days from the date of sale, the seller must be notified immediately and will provide instructions
for refund or replacement as specified above. Any veterinarian's diagnosis shall be subject to confirmation by a
veterinarian chosen by the seller. Should said veterinarian not concur with the diagnosis, the matter shall be
presented to a third veterinarian mutually agreed upon by both the seller and the purchaser.
We can NOT GUARANTEE against mild hip dysplasia, cherry eye or puppy mange. Cherry eye and puppy mange
are common with growing puppies. If the puppy develops one of these ailments, seller should call us immediately
for instructions on what to do.
Seller does NOT GUARANTEE your puppy will become a champion. We can only inform purchaser if the puppy
has a good pedigree and show potential at the time of sale. The older the dog is at the time of sale the easier it is
to determine show potential.
English Bulldogs do not tolerate heat well, especially when young. New owners must make sure they keep their
puppy cool at all times and do not allow them to get over exerted.
When our puppies go out the door headed for their new homes they will be up to date on their shots, they will
have been treated for worms and they will have been to the vet for a complete health check. The puppies will
have with them, their shot record and a copy of the health check paperwork.
Puppies should receive their shots every 3 to 4 weeks from the time they are 6 weeks old. These shots contain
Norden Vanguard DA2P+CPV+B. These shots are designed to protect the puppy from Parvo, Distemper,
Hepatitis and respiratory diseases. The last shot is to cover their 4th month of age. Rabies shots are due at 6
month of age.
We keep our dogs on Heart Worm prevention during the summer months. Depending on where the puppy is
moving to, the new owner may want to keep them on this prevention year round. Consult with your veterinarian
for their recommendation.
It is always a good idea to take a stool sample with you when making a vet visit.
Once the puppies are weaned we feed them a dry chicken based food like AMF or IAMS puppy food. The AMF or
IAMS can be purchased at most pet food stores. If you change to another diet, the puppy may experience some
diarrhea but this usually clears up quickly. Only add new foods one at a time and gradually.
We recommend using a puppy cage for confinement when the owner is not home or when needed. This not only
a safety precaution but using a cage helps as a tool for house breaking your new family member.