We understand, it’s a big investment for you and your family and you deserve to be protected. Unfortunately, when buying/selling a puppy we can never be 100% sure of the puppies health until he/she is examined by a veterinarian. For that reason, we provide a two year health guarantee on every puppy we sell, at no extra charge to you
We stand behind our puppies with a two-year genetic health guarantee. All puppies sold by The Home Breed English Bulldog are in the best possible health to the best of our ability and knowledge. While our puppies are in our care, we feed them well and give them the necessary care to grow into strong and healthy pets for years to come.
When our puppies leave our home to go to their forever homes, they will have been wormed several times, had their first set of shots, and will have been carefully checked by a licensed vet and received a clean bill of health.
If any problems are found by your puppy’s new vet within the first 4 – 5 days after purchase, and the problem is found to be life-threatening or disabling, we will refund the full purchase price or will replace the puppy with another similar puppy, either from the same litter, or the next available similar breed litter.
Additionally, if within the first two years after purchase, your puppy develops a genetic disorder, we will happily replace the puppy with another similar breed puppy of your choice from the next available litter with no additional charge. Unfortunately, we do not cover any out-of-pocket medical expenses that may have been incurred.
We cannot guarantee our puppies against illness or opportunistic parasites brought on by stress such as moving (from our house to yours) or shipping. We also can’t guarantee that our puppies will be “worm-free”, as this is an ongoing process. However, these are easily and economically treated and should be discussed with your veterinarian at your first visit.
We are not responsible if puppy contracts a communicable disease or infection after leaving our possession. Also, this Health Guarantee does not include improper bites, hernias, cherry eye, or any illness due to the ingestion of foreign objects, food, chemicals, or physical injury.
Keep your puppy up to date on shots, worming, and other preventative protocol.Find a vet that you feel comfortable with, and keep regular appointments so your vet gets to know your puppy.Feed your puppy a good, well-rounded diet. We recommend a diet without wheat.Avoid exposing your puppy to physically stressful situations, such as frequent stair climbing or standing on concrete for long periods of time during his formative years.Make sure your puppy has plenty of exercise on a regular basis, and whenever possible. Don’t overdo it in the first few months. Puppies need lots of rest too.