Sales Agreement and Health Warranty
THIS AGREEMENT is made between Blackbird Labradoodles (hereinafter known as "Seller") and _______________ (hereinafter known as “Buyer”).
IT IS AGREED that the dog sold pursuant to the terms of this agreement is a pet (not a breeding prospect) and description of this pet puppy/dog is as follows:
Puppy Name: ____________________ Breed: Australian Labradoodle
Microchip: _______________________ Color: _____________________________
DOB: ___________________________ Gender: ___________________________
Sire: ____________________________ Dam: ______________________________
Purchase Price. The purchase price for the above-described pet dog is $2,900.00 and payment of this amount is acknowledged to have been made.
Guarantee. Seller guarantees the puppy is in good health with no known disease or illness at the time of this sale. This dog was examined by a licensed veterinarian on __________ and was found to be in good health. The dog has been dewormed and vaccinated (or a nomograph vaccine report provided), and record of such accompanies dog.
Buyer agrees to take the dog to a licensed veterinarian for examination within seventy-two (72) hours of receipt. If the veterinarian determines the dog is ill, the Buyer may elect one of the following options: a) return the dog to the Seller (at Buyer’s cost), for a full refund of the purchase price; b) exchange the dog for a comparable replacement dog (if available); or c) keep the dog and Seller will reimburse for all (reasonable) veterinary fees for treatment of the pre-existing condition, up to the purchase price of the dog. The Buyer will provide a written statement from a licensed veterinarian clearly describing defect or illness and that it existed before delivery of the dog to Buyer. Intestinal or external parasites are not considered to be an illness or defect. If the puppy is not taken to a licensed veterinarian in the time required, the Health Warranty is void.
Health Warranty. The Seller provides this warranty for two years after the date of sale against any serious congenital or hereditary condition that affects the dog’s quality of life. In the event a serious congenital or hereditary disorder is discovered, the Buyer must provide to the Seller any requested veterinary records along with a signed statement from a licensed veterinarian that the dog has, a debilitating genetic or hereditary disease. Records should be provided within 10 days of request by Seller. The Seller reserves the right to require a second opinion from a veterinarian of the Seller’s choice at the Seller’s expense. If the puppy is euthanized or in any way disposed of, without a second opinion from the Seller’s veterinarian, the Buyer waives all rights to a replacement puppy or any financial payment as compensation .
A. If it is determined that the dog does have a congenital or hereditary disorder that is identified within two years after purchase, the Buyer can either return the dog to the Seller for a full refund of the purchase price; exchange the dog for a comparable replacement dog (if available); or keep the dog and Seller will reimburse for all (reasonable) veterinary fees, up to the purchase price of the dog, for treatment of the condition. Buyer would be responsible for any transportation costs.
B. This warranty does not include viral illnesses, infections, improper bites, hernias, hypoglycemia, Guardia or Coccidiosis. It also does not include any illness due to the ingestion of foreign objects, food, chemicals or physical injury.
C. In the case of Hip Dysplasia, the Buyer must provide documentation from the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA).
D. In the case of eye disease, the Buyer must provide documentation from a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmology (ACVO).
E. If the puppy should die from a suspected congenital or hereditary defect within two years of date of purchase, an autopsy must be performed at the Seller’s expense by a licensed veterinarian acceptable to the Seller’s own veterinarian. If the autopsy shows a congenital or hereditary defect as the cause of death, the Seller will provide another puppy of equal value to the Buyer or will reimburse up to the purchase price of the dog. A written statement from the veterinarian must be provided. This warranty is void in the event of an indeterminable or inconclusive diagnosis.
F. No warranties or guarantees, expressed or implied, are made under this contract except as stated.
G. This warranty is non-transferable.
Non-breeding Clause. This puppy is sold as a companion pet only, NOT for breeding purposes. Buyer and/or any subsequent owner(s) have NO breeding rights. Therefore, it is agreed that:
A. It is Buyer’s sole responsibility to ensure this dog is de-sexed by no later than 8 months of age. Buyer must provide Seller with proof of spay/neuter within 2 weeks of spay/neuter deadline. The proof must be from a licensed veterinarian, showing the pets name, breed & microchip number.
B. If Buyer does not provide proof of Spay/Neuter within the allotted time period, or if the dog has been bred (even if Buyer is no longer the owner), Buyer agrees to immediately pay the sum of $10,000 (the average cost of an Australian Labradoodle breeding dog). Furthermore, Buyer agrees to pay Seller the value of every puppy produced by said dog or $5,000.00 per litter (whichever is greater) in liquidated damages and return this dog to Seller
C. All expenses for spaying/neutering shall be incurred by the Buyer.
The Seller agrees to provide a pedigree and number of the microchip that has been implanted in the puppy.
No warranties or guarantees, expressed or implied, are made under this contract except as stated.
This warranty is non-transferable.
The Buyer agrees to pay the Seller a total sum of $ ______________ for the purchase of the puppy. After the dog leaves the Seller, the risk of loss or injury to the above animal is on the Buyer at all times.
The Buyer agrees that their Australian Labradoodle will be housed indoors.
The Buyer agrees to feed their Australian Labradoodle only a premium quality food and to keep their Australian Labradoodle at a healthy weight.
The Buyer agrees to make and keep annual veterinary appointments, keep all immunizations current according to the guidelines of the American Veterinary Medical Association, and properly administer heartworm preventative medication.
The Buyer agrees to provide basic obedience training with their Australian Labradoodle puppy within the first year of owning their dog.
The Buyer agrees to postpone strenuous, repetitive exercise until after their Australian Labradoodle is over one year of age.
The Buyer agrees to contact the Seller immediately if the Buyer determines they are unable to keep their Australian Labradoodle for any reason. The Buyer and Seller will determine how the dog will be rehomed.
The Buyer agrees to never place the Australian Labradoodle in a shelter, pound or similar facility or research laboratory.
Buyer Information: Seller Information:
Name: ____________________________ Blackbird Labradoodles
Address: __________________________ Address: __________________________
Phone No.: ________________________ Phone No.: ________________________
Signature: ________________________________ By: ______________________________
Dated: _______________________________ Dated: ____________________________