Purchase and Health Agreement between Puttin On The Ritz Poodles and Buyer:
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Purchase and Health Agreement
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To reserve  puppy before birth, a $500 deposit is required for each puppy requsted,
Full balance must be made after puppies birth. .We have to right to stop sale at any given time before or after puppies birth or before leaving  our care,If we choose to do this all moneies that we have recived from buyer will be refunded.

Puppy Guarantee Agreement:                    
We highly recommend you have your vet check the puppy within 48 hours after you pick up your puppy so the warrantee is valid.    Your puppy is guaranteed for one year In case your puppy develops within that year any untreatable life threatening congenital or hereditary defect, that  results in death or life-threatening condition . Your animal has received the above vaccinations as documented by the breeder.  It is very important to continue a proper vaccination schedule as recommended by your veterinarian. The Breeder/Seller makes no warranty concerning size, hair, ability to breed, or color at maturity of animal. The animals are sold as pets only,  not show animals.  Your animal is guaranteed against developing a contagious disease within forty eight (48) hours from the date of purchase. We make no other guarantee of the animal’s  genetics, or health condition associated with  congenital or hereditary defects  after one year.   This health guarantee is for the protection of both the buyer and the seller, and most importantly the puppy. This contract is for the first 12 months of life and is nontransferable. At no time cash refund will be made.

We are not responsible for a puppy's illness, diseases and etc. after they have left our care. You should be careful where you take your puppy and who handles it as well. The puppy should not be exposed to previously infested disease areas or to places where a high level of exposure to diseases is possible. Treat him/her as if she is a newborn baby. Safety, food and attraction should be a high on your list for puppies! 

* Heart defects (scale 4 or above)
* Genetic defect causing death
* Congenital organ dysfunction resulting in death
* Parvovirus
* Canine Distemper
* Coronavirus
We take our pets to the Vet for their last vet checkup when possible before they leave for their forever home to insure us, our puppy left our care healthy.

HEALTH Guarantee does not cover accident, injury or mishandling, or any disease, illness or defect, including but not limited to:  Hydrocephalus / low sugar, any treatable disorders or common disorders in poodle breeds, sample as luxating patella, giardia, hernias, open fontanel, nervous system, orthopedic, Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), spinal disease, airway syndrome pallet conditions, malocclusion, periodontal disease, parasites, coccidia, giardia, worms, blood sugar, hair coat and color or skin issues. We have no control over the puppy environment or life after leaving this home, and will not be responsible after leaving our care. 
We gladly replace your puppy under our reasonable circumstances however, we are not responsible for any vet bills, time and delivery of your puppy or replacement puppy.

Small size puppies can be especially delicate.  They require a very high level of care.  New puppy owners will need to take extra precautions regarding the feeding, handling and care of the puppy to ensure that the puppy's sugar is at a healthy level.   We do not recommend changing food or giving table food to puppies. We use quality dog food for all our pets and always let the buyer know the name of the food we use!    We do not recommend teacups as pet for children or placed in home with larger animals they are just so tiny in size. most families buy the tiny toy or toy puppies for the families with children and larger pets

Like people, animals can be very healthy one minute and die the next, Nature and our environment plays a big part on our life’s, as we all know, we can get bitten by a mosquito and die etc, so many things out there now days. We are all lucky to have good health as long as we can and that nature allows, We believe our puppies are given the best opportunity while in our care for good health as determine by our type of breed of canine.  As they leave our care and grow its up to you for their love, care, and unto nature to determine their life span.      To our knowledge so far we gave a happy, healthy, gentle and loving canine pet family. 
Remember stress can and will cause the puppy's sugar to drop to dangerous levels. It is the responsibility of the new owner to be very observant regarding the puppy's sugar level, to be aware of action that needs to be taken if this condition does occur. The new owner should be cautious to make sure that this condition doesn't affect the puppy, and the breeder cannot be responsible for issues that are a result of neglect of this condition.WARNING  THIS CAN KILL A PUPPY QUICKLY !
Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) is not covered under our health gaurantee warranty.

The Breeder/Seller
Puttin On The Ritz Poodles does not pay for health examinations, vaccinations, diagnoses or treatment for anything that does not fall under this guarantee.If the puppy dies within the first year of purchase, buyer must have an autopsy performed to determine the cause of death.  The purpose of the autopsy is to verify that the puppy did not die due to injury, accident, hypoglycemia, or an illness that was caused by the buyer.  A copy of all reports must be forwarded to the breeder before determining a replacement puppy. All paperwork must be returned with puppy and all vaccinations must be up to date otherwise no replacement puppy.  We have to right to stop sale at any given time before leaving our care..  

We believe and to the best of our knowlodge as the breeder/seller, we have given wonderful love and care to our puppies  while in our care as we possibly can..  We are not responible for any action or act of nature that can happen before or after birth that we can not see or forsee the future health of the puppy so after leaving our care it is the buyers responsibility for all the health, safety, love and care of puppy or puppies! There for our PUPPY OR PUPPIES ARE SOLD AS IS, WHERE IS !  We have to right to stop sale at any given time before leaving our care..

In the next few months or so, we ask you to monitor your puppy’s behavior closely and make sure your puppy is doing what every healthy puppy does: eat food, drink water, play, naps and goes to the bathroom regularly.
The most important thing to remember is that a puppy are like a human baby until it’s about 4 to 6 months old they need your watch full eye. Even at 8 months they are concered grown they still need your loving care, we believe they are permanent babies and should be cared for as such.

Puppies needs to get a lot of rest and quite time  after playing, When bringing your new puppy home we recommend not to give it access to the whole house right away, rather, you should designate a room where it is nice and warm,  make sure the puppy has fresh drinking water and food available all the time and has access to it whenever it feels thirsty.

Since they are so small they don’t need to eat much but you must make sure they don’t skip a meal. If for some reason your baby doesn’t want to eat, it is important that you will let us know right away so we can suggest you what to do. Again, if the puppy doesn’t eat, do not wait, puppies can get Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar level) very easily if they don’t get enough calories or if they are under too much stress. Hypoglycemia can also cause weakness, seizures, lethargy and even death.

There are many things you can do to prevent that, but you must take action fast. . For first aid – Use a clean towel to wrap around the puppy and make sure he is warm. Rub a bit of honey, corn syrup on the gums to get some glucose in his blood. Try to get the puppy to eat ASAP. If the attack is very strong take him immediately to see a vet. And no, you don’t need to wake up in the middle of the night to feed your little baby leave out dry pupy food at all times.

Just make sure puppy eat a bit before you go to bed (you can also give a bit of “Nutri-Cal”) if you choose and then feed your puppy first thing in the morning. If from some reason you want to change your puppy’s diet, it is important to do it during the course of about 10 days when you start with 80 % old food 20% new food and every day add more of the new and less of the old. Changing the puppy’s diet at once can cause stomach disorders and diarrhea. Not good.
Check your puppy on a daily basis to make sure everything is OK.

For the next few month or so it is recommended not give your puppy a full bath, instead, use a warm, wet towel or baby wipes to clean. Make sure the puppy is completely dry when you’re done as they are easy to get a cold. An important spot to check is the bottom. Make sure it is nice and clean, and if needed wash with warm water and a bit of puppy shampoo. Altogether, tea-cup puppies are exactly like any other puppies, all they need is a little bit more time and attention to make sure they get everything they need.       Keep them safe Remember- you are not allowed to take your dog out in public except for the vet until it gets all of its shots. Just remember the public is not good for puppies!