Puppygram congratulates the buyer on their new puppy and emphasizes their commitment to ensuring the puppy’s well-being even after it leaves their care. While they cannot guarantee the puppy’s health throughout its life, they promise to do their best to ensure it remains healthy.
The contract establishes a binding agreement between the seller and buyer for the purchase of the puppy. The buyer agrees to provide lifelong care, prompt medical attention, proper grooming, and a safe environment for the dog. The seller recommends microchipping the puppy for identification in case it gets lost or stolen.
The puppy is declared to be in good health and has received vaccinations and deworming before the sale. The buyer must have the puppy examined by a licensed veterinarian within 72 hours of signing the contract. If any serious health issues attributable to the seller are found within 30 days, the buyer may be eligible for a refund.
The health guarantee does not cover viruses, parasites, or minor conditions. It also does not cover expenses for the dog after 72 hours of sale. Training difficulties or behavior problems are not covered, but the seller may provide guidance. The puppy is considered pet-quality, suitable for companionship and obedience.
If the buyer can no longer keep the dog, the seller must be notified and given the option to resume full ownership to find a new home for the dog. Exceptions to the guarantee include temperament, conformation, size, weight, color, markings, and breeding ability. Failure to provide timely vaccinations or regular veterinary care voids the guarantee.