As a responsible breeder we have taken all possible steps to find healthy Dobermanns to add to our family. All our dogs are free of any common ailments that Dobermanns face. This being said, there are many things that as a breeder we can’t guarantee for our puppies. Our guarantee is that we have provided proper care for our puppies and guarantee our puppies of any major health issues or life threatening conditions. Do not confuse typical breed issues with breeding issues as many new Dobermann Pinschers owners do. We have provided a page containing information on what is considered normal in the breed as well as health and physical conditions that can occur that has nothing to do with the breeding process. Please understand that not every puppy will be 100% free of developing any kind of health condition later on down the line. Once they leave our home it is up to you to make sure their health is maintained. This means many trips to the vet, and probably some medical attention as well. We are here to help you and answer any questions you may have, so please don’t hesitate to contact us.
One year health guarantee
The seller certifies that upon receipt, the puppy is in good health and has been immunized and de-wormed according to the accompanying health record of said puppy.
The buyer agrees to have the puppy examined by their veterinarian at their expense within 5 working days from date of purchase, failure to do so will void this health guarantee. The puppy is guaranteed for (1) year against fatal and life altering congenital diseases that adversely affects the health of the animal. This guarantee will only cover severe hip dysplasia (which hampers the dog’s movement and natural gait and which requires surgery to correct), kidney, heart, pancreas, spine and liver problems of a severe, life threatening or altering nature. If the dog dies within a 1 year time frame, the buyer must pay to have the animal autopsied to determine the reason at their expense. The seller reserves the right to a second veterinarian opinion at the expense of the seller. Shipping puppy back is at the sellers expense. If the reason is found to be one of the above listed conditions, the Seller will replace the puppy from another litter when available. *
* NOTE: This guarantee also does not cover what in the Doberman Pinscher breed is considered normal: cherry eye, entropian, skin allergies, elongated soft palate, stenotic nares, over-heating or heat exhaustion.
The buyer agrees to have the puppy examined by a local veterinarian at their expense within 5 working days from date of receiving puppy. If the veterinarian does not give the puppy a clean bill of health buyer must notify seller immediately. Seller reserves the right to have the puppy re-examined by their vet at their expense. Any condition that is minor, correctable or a breed related condition is not covered and conditions which could go away, or is considered to be a condition which a puppy will likely grow out of is not covered. Any conditions caused by an injury after new owner’s take possession is not covered. Every effort has been made to ensure that your puppy is as healthy as possible.
Buyer agrees to accept responsibility for breed related problems that are not life threatening and are easily treatable. These problems include, but are not limited to: Cherry eye, entropion or ectropion, stenotic nares, skin allergy, localized demodex and heat intolerance. Conditions that warrant return of the puppy include, but are not limited to: severe hip dysplasia, generalized demodex, tracheal atresia, seizure disorder or heart defect. Sonoran Bullies will not be responsible for any vet bills acquired. Puppies must be checked by a vet within 5 working days of purchase or health guarantee will be voided. Puppies are guaranteed for one year from the date of purchase. If a puppy is found to have a problem that warrants its return the buyers vet must send a certified letter that’s signed and dated with the said non treatable defects/illness. Buyer must not give us the letter doing so will jeopardize the return of the puppy and possibly void the health contract. The letter must include the vet’s name, address and telephone number. No cash refunds are given for returned puppies. The puppy will be replaced with a puppy of equal value, same sex, and color if possible within one calendar year of its return or upcoming litter. Puppies that have been injured or exposed to contagious canine diseases are not returnable. Buyer agrees to house the Dobermann Pinscher puppy appropriately in a clean, climate controlled environment, provide vaccinations, de-worming, heart worm prevention, proper socialization, vet care, food and fresh water. Puppy has received at least 1 vaccine and be de-wormed. No replacement will be offered in case of Parvo.
If the dog is found not to be in good health, Seller will resume possession if this is agreeable to both parties. Heat stroke, exhaustion, dehydration and other heat related conditions are not covered in any way.
The buyer agrees to take good care of this dog, feed and house the dog properly, maintain shots, and control the dog on a harness when in public.
This dog is not to be used for any type of puppy mill, dog farm or other mass producing or operation.
This guarantee applies to the original buyer only, and cannot be transferred to a second buyer or owner. Any disputes must be handled in the state of Arizona at buyer(s) expense. Any changes to this contract must be in writing and agreed to and signed by both parties.
Buyer agrees NOT to sell this dog to any retail company or establishment. This contract is legal and may be enforced by legal means at the buyer’s expense and all disputes must be settled in Arizona.
The buyer(s) agree never to abandon, or surrender the dog to an animal shelter, rescue group or other similar facility without at least first attempting to contact the seller/breeder to make other arrangements for the dog.