Guarantee

Puppy Health and Replacement Guarantee

STATEMENT OF MINNESOTA LAW GOVERNING THE SALE OF DOGS AND CATS

The sale of dogs and cats is subject to consumer protection regulations. Minnesota law also provides safeguards to protect animal breeders and purchasers.

Subdivision 1 : SALES OF DOGS AND CATS

Every breeder shall deliver to each purchaser of an animal written disclosure as follows:

A. The name and address of the breeder and any broker who has had possession of the animal; the date of the animal’s birth, the breed, sex, color, and identifying marks of the animal, the name and registration number of the sire and dam and the litter number, a record of inoculation, worming treatments, and any medication giving to the animal.

B. A statement signed by the breeder that the animal has no known health problems, or a statement signed by the breeder disclosing a known health problem and a statement signed by a veterinarian that recommends necessary treatment.

Subdivision 2 : RECORDS

The breeder shall maintain, for one year, a copy of the statement of consumer rights delivered to the purchaser.

Subdivision 3 : REGISTRATION

A breeder who represents an animal as eligible for registration with an animal pedigree organization shall provide the purchaser, within 90 days of proof of quality, the documents necessary for registration.

* At Any Good Reason Kennels we breed dogs only so as to improve the breed. We breed toward the accepted standard, for soundness and temperament because our reputation is based on the quality of the puppies and your satisfaction. For this reason all dogs are sold with a limited registration. Full registration will be granted upon proof that this dog is a perfect representative of the breed as attested to in writing from a veterinarian or by an approved trainer. We are committed to both improving the breed andpromoting responsible breeding practices.

Subdivision 4 : HEALTH

No animal may be offered for sale until it has been examined by a veterinarian.

*At Any Good Reason Kennels we breed our dogs no more than once a year, always skipping a heat cycle between breedings.

Subdivision 5 : RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PURCHASER

To obtain the remedies provided in subdivision 6, the purchaser shall with respect to an animal with a health problem:

A. Notify the breeder, within two business days, of the diagnosis by a veterinarian of a health problem and provide the breeder with the name and telephone number of the veterinarian and a copy of the veterinarian’s report on the animal.

B. If the purchaser wishes to receive a full refund for the animal, return the animal the animal no later than two business days after receipt of a written statement from the veterinarian as defined in subdivision 5, section
A.

* At Any Good Reason Kennels we guarantee your pup for 30 months from date of birth. If there is an issue with a congenital problem we will work together to form a mutually beneficial resolve. The pup does not have to be returned or destroyed.

* Any Good Reason Kennels will accept back any dog that came from this kennel at any time for any reason. No remuneration of any kind will be made to the purchaser except in the case of a congenital defect.

Subdivision 6 : RIGHTS OF THE PURCHASER

If, within ten days of receipt of the animal by the purchaser, a veterinarian states in writing, that the animal has a health problem which existed at the time of delivery, or within one year one year after receipt of animal by the purchaser, a veterinarian states in writing, that the animal has died or is ill due to a hereditary or congenital defect, or is not of the breed type represented, the animal shall be considered to be unfit for sale at the time of sale. In the event that the animal dies due to a health problem which existed in the animal at the time of delivery to the purchaser, the breeder shall provide the purchaser with one of the following remedies selected by the purchaser: receive an animal, of equal value, if available, and reimbursement for reasonable veterinary fees, such reimbursements not to exceed the original purchase price of the animal; or receive a refund for full purchase price. In the event of a health problem, which existed at the time of delivery to the purchaser, the breeder shall provide the purchaser with one of the following remedies selected by the purchaser: return the animal to the purchaser for a refund of full purchase price; exchange the animal for an animal of the purchaser’s choice of equivalent value, providing a replacement is available; or retain the animal, and receive reimbursement for reasonable veterinary fees, such reimbursements not to exceed the original purchase price of the animal. The price of veterinary service shall be deemed reasonable if the service is appropriate for the diagnosis and treatment of the health problem and the price of that service is comparable to that of similar service rendered by other veterinarians in proximity to the treating veterinarian.

*At Any Good Reason Kennel’s we charge the same for all pups in the litter,whether male or female. Different fees may apply in extraordinary circumstances such as a rare coat color.

Subdivision 7  : RIGHTS OF THE BREEDER

No refund, replacement, or reimbursement of veterinary fees shall be required if any one ore more of the following conditions exist:

A. The health problem or death resulted from maltreatment, neglect, or a disease contracted while in the possession of the purchaser, or from any injury sustained subsequent to receipt of the animal by the purchaser.

B. A veterinarian’s statement was provided to the purchaser pursuant to subdivision 1, paragraph (b), which disclosed the health problem for which the purchaser seeks to return the animal.

C. The purchaser fails to carry out recommended treatment prescribed by the examining veterinarian, pursuant to subdivision 1, paragraph (b).

* Any Good Reason Kennels retains the right to reclaim sole ownership of the animal if it is mistreated, neglected, malnourished, or in any other way neglected or abused. The purchaser will receive no remuneration or compensation.

Subdivision 8 : CONTEST

A. In the event that the breeder wishes to contest a demand for the relief specified in subdivision 3 or 6, the breeder may require the purchaser to produce the animal for examination or autopsy by a veterinarian designated by the breeder.

B. If the breeder does not provide the relief selected by the purchaser set forth in subdivision 3 or 6, the purchaser may initiate a court action.

C. The prevailing party in the court action shall have the right to recover costs and reasonable attorney fees not to exceed $500.