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Puppy Contract

Before a deposit is received and a puppy is reserved, a copy of the below contract must be initialed and signed by the purchaser. You will receive a signed copy from the breeder upon puppy pick up. 




Deposits will be taken on a first-come, first-serve basis. To reserve a puppy, an initial deposit of $500 is required. This deposit signifies the intent on the part of the Buyer to follow through with the purchase of this puppy. There shall be NO REFUND of the deposit once your puppy is reserved if you decide to acquire a puppy somewhere else. 


If at any time you have an issue or miscommunication, please never hesitate to contact us. Our goal is to connect you with a puppy that can be part of your family for years to come. We only approve families that have demonstrated to us that they are ready for a long-term commitment for the life of the puppy.

Deposit and Payment

Deposit and payment are to be made in order to reserve and purchase the puppy.  The $500 deposit may be paid via credit card; however, the remaining balance must be paid in CASH. There are no fees applied to deposits made with Cash App, Venmo, PayPal, and Zelle.  No checks or money orders are accepted at any time.  

Health Guarantee

The Seller guarantees this puppy to be of sound health and temperament at the time of the sale. The Seller will provide a health record of all shots and worming schedule.  The Buyer agrees to take this puppy to a licensed veterinarian of their choice within one week. Failure to have the puppy examined by a vet within one week of the puppy’s picked up date, or if the Buyer fails to provide required immunizations and medical treatment, will void this health guarantee. Dehydration, diarrhea, hypoglycemia, coccidia, kennel cough, internal and external parasites, giardia, fungal infections or any condition that can be corrected by veterinarian treatment and any other preventable conditions, are not covered.


We provide a one (1) year health guarantee for genetic life-threatening health issues (valid until the puppy’s FIRST birthday). Illnesses must be documented in writing by a licensed vet within 72 business hours. The Seller must be made informed of the examination that indicates that, at the time of sale, such animal was unfit for purchase due to genetic life-threatening illness, disease or congenital defect with proper documentation by a licensed vet. If the puppy was, in fact, unfit for purchase, Buyer may return the puppy for an exchange of equal value and the failure to do so within 72 hours, will result in the cancellation of a replacement puppy. The seller will offer a replacement puppy of comparable value and no money will be refunded. Conditions not considered genetic life-threatening are therefore not covered, including but not limited to, luxating patella, hernias of any kind, collapsed trachea, undescended testis, etc. If the condition can be treated, it is NOT considered life-threatening.  In the event of a genetic life-threatening condition, the affected puppy must be returned with all veterinary documentation at the Buyer’s expense. The Buyer understands that a replacement puppy will only be given if it’s discovered to be a hereditary problem and not due to accident or illness. The Seller guarantees the puppy against fatal viruses for 72 hours.  These include distemper, parvo and corona. It does not include coccidia, giardia and kennel cough, which is self-limiting and must run its course with antibiotic treatment and is not life-threatening.


If the puppy should die from a suspected congenital defect within 12 months of its birth date, a necropsy must be performed at the purchaser’s expense by a veterinarian. If the necropsy shows a congenital defect as the reason for death, the seller will provide another puppy of equal value to the purchaser. A written statement from the licensed veterinarian must be provided with the Seller’s name. The guarantee is void in the event of an indeterminable or inconclusive diagnosis.

In the event there are no puppies available at that time, the buyer will then be placed on a waiting list for the first suitable replacement puppy of comparable value when one becomes available. The Buyer understands that any and all guarantees expire one year from the date of birth. If a necropsy is not performed, this guarantee is no longer valid, and the puppy will not be replaced. Buyer is responsible for the transportation cost of the replacement puppy.


This contract will only be valid while the seller is breeding.  Should the Seller discontinue breeding dogs, this contract shall be void. This contract is between the Seller and Buyer(s) signed below.  If this puppy/dog is sold or given to a third party, this contact shall be void.

Limitation of Guarantee

We do not guarantee fur color, eye color, adult size, conformation, reproductive ability, testicles descending, retained teeth, overbite, underbite, personality, ear standing, potty training ability, proper bite, coat quality, length, weight, hernias of any kind, physical flaws or the temperament of the puppy. This guarantee does not cover common conditions and is limited only to defects largely considered genetic life-threatening. The Seller is not responsible for any veterinarian bills incurred once the puppy is delivered to Buyer.   This guarantee does not cover any veterinarian costs associated with spaying or neutering, including undescended testes. We do not warrant against any condition caused by carelessness, negligence or abuse.

Buyer’s Responsibility

The Buyer agrees to provide a life-long commitment, comfortable environment, prompt medical attention, proper grooming and responsible care. This includes keeping this puppy/dog parasite-free and up to date with vaccines, proper nutrition, which consists of good, quality dog food, fresh water at all times and teeth cleanings, as needed to ensure longevity of life. The Buyer promises to provide a safe environment for the dog and never allow the dog to roam freely without proper fencing or supervision. Seller is not responsible or liable for payment of ANY medical, dental or surgical procedures to maintain the animal’s health or well-being after the time of purchase.

Open Door Policy

Under no circumstances, will the Buyer surrender the dog to the pound or any rescue center. Full ownership of the dog shall be returned to PrissyPawz Puppies, who will find a suitable home for the dog without any financial consideration to Buyer.  This provision is to ensure that our puppies will not end up homeless or destroyed, and a proper, suitable home is found.  

Vaccinations Limitations

Your puppy has not been fully vaccinated, and the recommended vaccination protocol schedule as age-appropriate must be continued in order to maintain the one (1) year Guarantee outlined. The Buyer must have all immunizations done by a licensed veterinarian and provide proof of treatment to Seller upon request.

Legal Provisions

In the event of any litigation in connection with this contract, the Breeder will be paid reasonable attorney fees, court costs and all travel expenses, which resulted for litigation via the responsibility of the Buyer. This Contract will be deemed a legally binding Contract and is under the jurisdiction of the State of California, San Joaquin County. The Buyer agrees that in the event of any legal action, the Buyer must turn over the puppy to Seller until all court proceedings are finalized. It is further agreed that, if for any reason, filing for court, the place of venue shall be San Joaquin County, California.

Bill of Sale

The Buyer of a puppy from PrissyPawz Puppies, hereby acknowledges that the Buyer has received a copy of this document, acknowledges and agrees to the terms and accepts full responsibility for the health and well-being of the purchased puppy. This is considered the complete “Bill of Sale.” Further, the Buyer accepts the terms of the contract. The agreement represents the total agreement between PrissyPawz Puppies and the Buyer, and no other terms or conditions shall be valid to this sale.

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