HEALTH GUARANTEE Our Bichon Frise puppies for sale are purebred, we assure you. As indicated on the vaccination schedule which you will receive alongside your bichon fries puppy we ensure that all vaccinations and worming have been given, which you will receive alongside your puppy. The new owners should have this puppy examined of their choice by a licensed veterinarian. A full refund will be given if this puppy is found to have a life-threatening inherited congenital defect or any major health after this examination, provided that the seller is notified within 10 days. This puppy can be returned to the breeder along with the registration papers within these days, with a signed document stating the defect or problem from the licensed veterinarian. Our puppy is warranted against fatal and life-altering congenital diseases that adversely affect the health of the animal for 1 year from the date of purchase. These requirements include:
Severe hip dysplasia which hampers a dog’s movement and natural gait,
Liver problems of a severe life threatening or altering nature.
If your Bichon puppy dies within the time frame of one year,
To ascertain the cause of death, the new owner will pay to have a necropsy. Within 24 hours, we must be notified and given the option of having a necropsy performed by our's veterinarian. If the reason is congenital, the purchase price will be refunded by the us. In case dog shows defect within 1 year of purchase; Within 2 business days of the determination of the licensed veterinarian, we must be notified of the issue and have two reports from two unrelated veterinarians stating the same problem, we will provide the full refund. To qualify for a refund, our puppy must be returned to us. For any medical expenses incurred, we are not liable. The buyer knows that owning a puppy means visiting the veterinarian and understands that he/she will be liable for all payments. A returned puppy must be returned at the expense of the buyer to us in good condition, other than the problem specified. Proper care of your new bichon puppy is a must. Tiny puppies need to eat frequently in small amounts to maintain proper blood sugar levels. A drop in blood sugar can cause hypoglycemia and can be fatal. If for any reason this puppy does not work out for you, or if your life changes such that you are unable to provide this puppy with a happy home, please call us!