LionHeart English Bulldog Puppies for Sale in USA

Our 1 Year Puppy Health Guarantee

We offer a 1-year Puppy Health Guarantee that covers against fatal and life-altering congenital diseases, including severe hip dysplasia, kidney, heart, pancreas, spine, and liver problems of a severe, life-threatening, or altering nature. The warranty period begins on the date of purchase, and if the puppy passes away during this period, the buyer must pay for an autopsy to determine the cause of death. If the cause is found to be congenital, we will replace the puppy with another one that has similar characteristics, but we do not offer any cash refunds, either full or partial. The replacement puppy will be of equal value.
For a puppy to qualify for a replacement, it must exhibit the congenital defect during the warranty period, and the buyer must notify the seller of the problem within 3 business days by providing a licensed veterinarian’s determination and two reports from two unassociated veterinarians stating the same problem. If the puppy has a defect, it must be returned or euthanized with the prior permission of the seller. However, our guarantee does not cover what is considered normal in the bulldog breeds, including Cherry Eye, Entropion, “Loose” Hips, Skin Allergies, Elongated Soft Palate, Non-Descending Testicles, and Collapsed Nostrils. Any kind of parasites, bacteria, or viruses and sicknesses caused by them will not be covered under this warranty. There are also certain disorders that may be caused by environmental factors, such as Allergies, Dysfunction, Demodectic Mange, and other autoimmune disorders that are not covered by this guarantee. Additionally, any type of breathing issues common to the breed, including Hypoplastic Trachea, are not covered.

Vet Certified Dog Health Guarantee

The seller delivers to the buyer a healthy dog with no symptoms of infectious or contagious diseases.
We also offer a Vet Certified Dog Health Guarantee, where we deliver a healthy dog with no symptoms of infectious or contagious diseases. The buyer must declare that they have received the dog in this way, and at the time of sale, one copy of the official certificate of veterinary inspection must be given to the buyer. The seller must retain one copy of the official certificate of veterinary inspection on record for at least 1 year after the date of sale.

The buyer must take the puppy to the vet for a check-up exam within the first 3 days of receiving it. During this first visit, the buyer must obtain a Health Certificate from the vet, which must be sent to the seller for the health warranty to be effective. If something is found to be wrong with the puppy during this first vet checkup exam, the buyer must immediately contact the seller before starting any medical treatment. Depending on the problem found in the puppy, the seller will authorize a medical treatment not exceeding US$300 or replace the puppy. Unauthorized medical treatments will not be paid by the seller in any case. If this check is not within the first 3 days, the buyer accepts the first certificate as official.

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