Our Commitment To Our Buyers
All dogs have been approved for breeding by the Breed Council of the Kleine Munsterlander Group North America(KlM-GNA). The purpose of this is to insure that our dogs meet the breeding guidelines of our German Parent Breeding Club, KlM-Deutchland (KlM-D). We support the clubs goal of providing an unbiased third party evaluation of the dogs. To learn more about Kleine Munsterlander Group North America, check out the Club’s web site at http://www.klm-gna.org
We guarantee you a sound healthy puppy whose dew claws have been removed, and who has received its first vaccination (DHPPL). I will provide you a record of the date and type of vaccination the pup has received along with a schedule, you can give to your vet, for completing the vaccinations. You will also receive contact information for our veterinarian, so you or your vet can contact them with any questions or concerns you may have regarding the vaccinations or general health of the pup. I will provide you with one book:
This books will aid you in taking care of and training your new pup. I will also register the litter with the KlM-D in Germany and NAVHDA.
Health Guarantee: We have had no genetic concerns to date and certainly don’t anticipate any in the future. However, Mother Nature has the final say and all precautions in the world will not 100% totally eliminate the possibility of something genetically occurring. We will guarantee the pup against serious congenital defect, up to 3 years. We guarantee the pup hip dysplasia free up to 3 years provided the appropriate OFA certification was performed between 2 and 2 ½ years of age. Should your dog develop a serious genetic disease, up documentation by a veterinarian and presented to us with sufficient supporting evidence, the buyer is entitled to:
- a refund of the original purchase price and the dog must be returned to us
- a refund of ½ the original purchase price and you keep the dog.
Should the dog develop a minor congenital defect prior to reaching 3 years of age, each situation will be handled on a case by case basis upon documentation by a veterinarian in addition to sufficient supporting evidence. In all cases we reserve the right to a second veterinarian opinion at our expense.