Vet Visits and Going Home Dates {Texas Husky Breeder}

Vet Visits and Go Home Dates. PLEASE READ ENTIRE POST!

Amara’s Litter:
*8 weeks on 12/28 (must be paid for and picked up by this date. If you are traveling for the holidays and need me to hold the pup longer please let me know in ADVANCE. A boarding fee may apply to cover food, additional vaccinations needed, repeat fecal test before leaving, etc. The puppy still must be paid off by this date regardless of when you pick it up!!)
*Vet Visit Dec 20th (Pups can go after this date if they get the all clear by the vet. It is earlier than I like, but I am trying to be flexible due to traveling and the holidays.)

Autumn’s Litter:
*8 weeks on 1/03 (must be paid for and picked up by this date. If you are traveling for the holidays and need me to hold the pup longer please let me know in ADVANCE. A boarding fee may apply to cover food, additional vaccinations needed, repeat fecal test before leaving, etc. The puppy still must be paid off by this date regardless of when you pick it up!!)
*Vet Visit Dec 28th (Pups can go after this date if they get the all clear by the vet. It is earlier than I like, but I am trying to be flexible due to traveling and the holidays.)

*You have 72 hours from the time you pick up your pup to have your licensed vet do a check up. If you choose not to have your pup checked out by a licensed vet within 72 hours, your guarantees are void! NO exceptions! Proof of visit must be emailed to me within 72 hours! You can scan or take a photo of vet receipt. Must contain your name, pets name and vets info!!

*Please make this appointment NOW and schedule your pick up with me. It is important for your vet to check the puppy out and confirm it is healthy, as well as set you up on a vaccination schedule!

*Your puppy is NOT fully protected from disease until they have had their COMPLETE series of vaccinations, DO NOT take your puppy out. Not to Pet Stores, Not to Grandma’s house, Not to the pet friendly stores and restaurants, and Not on the side of the road on your drive home! If you are traveling a great distance, use puppy pads in a crate. Take precautions when allowing visitors into your home!

*Your puppy leaves me healthy to the best of my knowledge. They are up to date on vaccinations, de worming, vet checked and fecal tested (parasite free). It is up to you to do what you can to keep your puppy healthy!

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