Extreme Chinese Crested Puppies

 660-428-2438 or 417-439-5462 

Purchasing Contract

Purchasing Contract 

When purchasing a puppy from Extreme Chinese Crested you are agreeing to our contract terms below.

This document represents a sales agreement between the Seller Laurie Strew, hereafter referred to as "I", and the 
The buyer whose name appears in the signature field below hereafter referred to as "You."  This document is a 
binding agreement under the jurisdiction of the state of Missouri.  

-        I guarantee that your puppy will have all its vaccines, worming that ​is​ age required and a health certificate from​ a licensed veterinarian prior to pick up or shipping.  It is mandatory that you take the puppy to a veterinarian within 3 business days of pickup or shipping.  Failure to take your puppy to a veterinarian within 3 business days will void all warranties.  Should the puppy be found physically unsuitable due to illness requiring extraordinary care to treat, I will replace the puppy with the next available puppy of the equal purchase price upon receipt of medical records from your vet detailing the puppy’s condition?  Transport of the puppy will be done in the same manner as the transport of the original puppy transportation fees are at the customer's expense. This warranty does not cover Hypoglycemia nor Parasites however I will have your puppy tested for parasites from a licensed veterinarian. I guarantee your puppy is  NOT AFFECTED with (PRA-PRCD) (PLL).

-        I warranty this puppy against life-threatening genetic defects for one year from the puppy’s date of birth.  I will replace the puppy with the next available puppy of the equal purchase price in the event that this puppy succumbs to a 
life threatening genetic abnormality within the first year of life. You must provide medical records from two veterinarian's detailing the defect and return said puppy back to me for more testing. Transport of the new puppy will be done in the same manner as the transport of the original puppy and you will only be responsible for the shipping fees.

-        You must complete the puppy's vaccination series and maintain routine vet care for your puppy.  Failure to do so voids all warranties.  Routine care includes but is not limited to vaccinations, wellness exams, dental care and treatment of injury and minor illnesses. Vet care is an expense of having a puppy, thus all vet expenses, routine or otherwise, which are incurred after the transfer of the puppy from me to you are your responsibility.  

-        I offer no cash refunds except those specifically stated in this contract.

-        This puppy is sold as a  pet” and I do not guarantee size, show quality, temperament or breeding ability.

-        I require, as a condition of the health warranty, that you continue to feed your puppy High-quality food. 

-        If your puppy is being transported to you via the airlines or ground transport, final payment, including all transportation fees, must be received no later than 10 days prior to shipping unless other arrangements are made in advance.  Advance arrangements must be made at the time of reservation. If you need to change your trasportaion date after we have booked your puppies there will be an extra fee of $50.00 for cancelation and rebooking a new trasportion date. this fee goes to the trasporter.

-       Retainer Fees are non-refundable except in the event that something happens to the puppy while in my care.  I guarantee that your Retainer fee will hold your puppy for you until he/she is ready to travel to your home.  

-      By submitting to form below, you agree to abide by the terms of this contract, including all the rights and responsibilities within it.

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Hypoglycemia Must Be Treated
Transient Juvenile Hypoglycemia, which is brought on by fasting, is common in Toy breeds, such as Yorkshire Terrier, Toy Poodle, Chinese Crested, Pomeranian and other Toy dog breeds, and usually seen in puppies 5 to 16 weeks of age. Stress, low body temperature, poor nutrition, sudden change in feed, water and schedule patterns, infections, and premature birth may precipitate the onset of hypoglycemia.
Most common clinical signs of hypoglycemia are drowsiness, shivering, collapsing, disorientation, seizures, listlessness, depression, muscle weakness and tremors. Lee Weston, author of the article about Hypoglycemia (Pomeranian Club of Canada) says that "the entire sequence of clinical signs is not always seen, so close observation of your pet and knowing when your dog is going into a distressed state can mean the difference between life and death of your dog. Immediate treatment by you and or a veterinarian is imperative, as recurrence of, or prolonged attacks, can cause permanent damage to the brain."
2. OFTEN BOILING SOME CHICKEN BREAST IS AN EASY WAY TO INSURE YOUR PUPPY EATS. Feeding your new puppy twice (morning and night) a day chicken will insures you that you no the intake of food of your new puppy.

1.We recommend Tomlyn Nutri-Cal, a high calorie, high protein nutritional supplement for debilitated animals and pets that won't eat.
2. Rub honey or sugar whatever you may 
have as a sweetener in your cabinet and rub on the gums and the roof of your puppy's mouth.
3. Do not use any sweetener that is a diet substance this will harm your puppy there are chemicals in them take will harm them.
Hypoglycemia is not covered under our contract it is your responsibility as a new pet owner to make sure your puppy is eating when in your care .