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​The Breeder guarantees that upon purchase, the puppy is in good health and has been immunized and wormed according to the its' accompanying health record. We do encourage you to take your puppy to a veterinarian (at your cost) after you receive your puppy.

Genetic Health Warranty

We do try to ensure that you purchase a genetically healthy puppy and if in case your puppy is found to have a genetic disorder (such as hip and elbow dysphasia, pathological spinal disorder, luxating patella and a continuing open fontinel) as diagnosed by a licensed veterinarian with-in 1 year from the puppy's  birth. We will exchange your puppy for one of equal value; there are however no warranties against common sicknesses or accidents incurred on your part after the puppy is in your possession. All regular health care maintenance and immunizations are the owners responsibility as described below;

The Owner's Responsibility

The owner agrees to take good care of this dog, feeding and housing it properly and maintaining its shots, de-worming, and also give its proper physical, emotional care and welfare. The owner also assumes all responsibility for any accidents or injuries caused by the misbehavior of the dog after it is in the owner's procession. The death, injury or loss of said dog due to theft, carelessness, recklessness, abuse, neglect, heat stroke or accident will not entitle the owner to any compensation from the breeder. This dog is warranted only for the purpose of being a companion animal, not for any other purpose or reasons; such as breeding or show, etc.

Breeding dogs are like having children.  If you were to have 100 kids, do you think they would all be perfect?  Your's probably would but I would guess I would have a few with issues.  I NEVER would knowingly send a sick or genetically imperfect puppy to your home but as with any issue, some don't show up until the puppy matures then the puppy is in your home.  We hope at Bouncing Bernedoodles to help you with any issue and 


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