All Besten Boxer puppies will be sold with the AKC Puppy Protection Plan, which includes:
Reunite Microchip & Activation.
Your new puppy is guaranteed by the breeder, Besten Boxers for the following conditions:
All puppies that are sold will be up to date on vaccinations and de-worming.
The Purchaser must have the puppy examined by a licensed veterinarian within 72 hours of arrival. If during the initial exam, should your veterinarian find the puppy to be a poor health risk, you MUST contact the breeder within 24 hours. A diagnosis of coccidiosis, giarrdia, parasites, kennel cough, or any other type of bacterial infection does not render your puppy unhealthy and breeder is not responsible. Any veterinary bills are the sole responsibility of the new owner; no money will be reimbursed for any veterinary bills.
If your puppy is found unhealthy you may elect to keep the puppy, or exchange for one of the same litter (no money back) or a puppy of equal value from a future litter at Besten Boxers discretion.
If you do not seek a veterinarian within 72 hours the warranty is VOID.
It is also guaranteed that the puppy will be free of all deadly and/or crippling genetic disorders for the period of 1 year after purchase.
Guarantee is voided in the event of an indeterminable or inconclusive diagnosis. Guarantee does not include any illness due to the ingestion of foreign objects, food, chemicals, Coccidia, Giardasis, Chryptorchidism or physical injury.
Guarantee is also voided if you do not feed the puppy a proper diet.
If the dog dies before 1 year of age, the PURCHASER must pay to have a necropsy done to ascertain the cause of death at PURCHASER expense.
If one of the above conditions exists within the exception of voids, the breeder will gladly honor its guarantee by replacing the puppy with a new weaned puppy of similar value subject to availability, upon written statement by a certified D.V.M. No money returned. Original puppy must be returned to breeder as well; otherwise no exchange will be made. Buyer may elect to keep the puppy but will be fully responsible for any veterinary bills for this puppy. A certified diagnosis is defined as a positive diagnosis by Veterinary teaching hospital or state licensed D.V.M. acceptable to the breeders own Veterinarian.