Maine Aim Ranch Dogs
Our mission is to raise smart healthy pups that will adjust well to their new families. We want everyone to enjoy their new pets as much as we enjoy ours, and therefore be lifetime companions. If you have any questions feel free to email email@example.com or call 641-344-5548. Thank you in advance for including one of our pups into your families. A vet health check is required for the pup within 72 hours of receiving the pup to your home.
Please print this form fill it out and either send it to me Karen McCullough 1250 King Rd. Allerton IA. 50008. or scan it and email it back to me.
Puppy Agreement and Health Guarantee
The Breeder: Maine Aim Ranch Dogs
Will provide full registration for the puppy from the APR, AKC or ABCA. Pomskies can be papered by the IPA but you have to fill it out and send them in.
1. This Puppy will be fully vaccinated and de-wormed as well as Vet checked and ready to go home on stated date on web page. Unless other arrangements are made then after this date a $10.00 per day kenneling fee will be charged for the first 14 days, after the 15th day, if no arrangements are made the puppy will be placed for sale and buyer will loose deposit as well as any and all monies paid. The deposit is non-refundable and there are no returns on any monies paid if the purchaser changes their mind. I the breeder will provide a medical record with the puppy’s vaccination and de-worming record. Upon arrival, we recommend that Buyer schedule a visit for the puppy with his/her own veterinarian for regular checkups and to determine a vaccination and de-worming schedule.
2. The breeder Maine Aim Ranch Dogs guarantees this Pomsky/Border Collie/Corgi puppy to be in good health and guarantees that all age appropriate vaccines and dewormings have been performed. It is the responsibility of the new owner to have a Vet Check performed within the first 72hrs of receiving the puppy. If shipped the puppy may experience loose bowels and vomiting due to stress. Any and all tests performed will be at the owner’s expense. If your puppy is found to have a life-threatening illness within the 72 hr window or a genetic defect, the owner must notify breeder within 24 hrs by both email and phone. Both the Veterinarians information and all records must be provided. If puppy dies, an autopsy must be performed to confirm reason of death. If it is found to be the breeder’s responsibility by our vet and yours then the puppy will be fully replaced. At no time is Maine Aim Ranch Dogs liable for any tests or vet bills incurred by you at any time. The breeder cannot ever guarantee the exact coloring, markings, sizes or breeding ability of any Pup because these can not only change until adulthood, we cannot predict how you will care for the puppy as well.
3. *Also remember that the first week will be a transition. The puppy will be excited and nervous and this in combination with food and water change can cause loose stools for a couple of days but we always recommend consulting with your vet and always having a stool sample taken at the 72 hr check up. Deworming should always be continued with vaccines until the puppy has has completed at least 3 sometimes more… always consult with your vet.
4. Guarantees the puppy to be free of any hereditary defects to the best of his/her knowledge. Should the puppy be diagnosed with Canine Hip Displaysia (CHD) or Collie Eye Anomaly (CEA) before i!s first birthday, Breeder will provide a replacement puppy from a current or future litter. Transportation expenses are the responsibility of the Buyer. Breeder must be provided with documentation from a specialist in these fields: x-rays must be evaluated by OFA (Orthapedic Foundation for Animals); eyes must be examined by a Certified Animal Ophthalmologist. No medical bills will be refunded. Any other health concerns will be handled on an individual basis.
5. Is not responsible for any veterinary bills, tests, medications, transportation, or any other costs relating to the puppy after it is delivered.
1 Agrees to provide appropriate care, feeding, housing, and veterinary care for the puppy. We recommend pets/non-breeders should be spayed/neutered by 6 months of age for the border collies and corgis and Pomskies.
2 For Pomskies only, they are sold with a spay and neuter contract unless other wise discussed and paid the extra $1000.00:
____ This Pomsky puppy is being sold as a Pet and must be spayed/neutered by 6 months of age
_____I have purchased the breeding rights on this pomsky
Date ___________ Name of Puppy ________
Litter out of?
Please print and or scan and email a copy of the guarantee with your deposit or payment. We will sign it and send it with your puppy when he/she is delivered to you.
Keeping your Puppy Healthy
We recommend that you schedule a check-up with your veterinarian to introduce your new puppy to him/her. With the medical information we sent with your puppy, your veterinarian will recommend a vaccination and de-worming schedule that is right for your puppy.
Your puppy has been on a regular de-worming schedule that is outlined on the medical record sent with him/her. Parasites are common in puppies, and we make every effort to keep puppies parasite free with a regular de-worming schedule. We cannot guarantee that no parasites exist, however, and puppies can easily re-infect themselves. As puppies grow to maturity, heartworms can become a problem, also. A regular de-worming schedule recommended by your veterinarian will keep your puppy/dog happy and healthy.
1. When your puppy arrives, he/she will have had its first puppy vaccination which will be noted on the medical record. We give Pfizer DA2PPv at approximately 6 1/2 weeks old. This vaccination helps protect your puppy against distemper, adenovirus type 2 (hepatitis), para-influenza, and the parvo virus. Parvo is a highly contagious virus. The first vaccination will begin to protect your puppy against parvo. However, until your puppy has had its last puppy shot at approximately 16 weeks of age, your puppy is at risk for the parvo virus. Therefore, we recommend that the puppy have limited exposure to public areas until that time. We ask that you give the remaining puppy shots approximately every 3 to 4 weeks until 16 weeks of age or in accordance with your veterinarian’s recommendations.
Please download and fill out the buyer contract below and return to us as soon as possible. You can send it via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
1250 King Road
Allerton, IA 50008