Well, the Boston breeder Im looking at I found on the Boston Terrier club of Canada website. This is what the contract states regarding geneteics/health problems. Ive read it over a few times but this last time I just found it a little sketchy for some reason-- maybe im overreacting though
2. ***** Boston Terriers are Guaranteed against the following conditions:
Juvenile Cateracts(present in both eyes)
A written statement from our veterinarian will provide an evaluation of heart, patella's, or hearing problems prior to sale. Any results other than normal will be stipulated at the time of purchase. If the buyer decides to accept the puppy "as is" no further guarantee regarding that condition will be made, unless stated as such in the "Other Terms & conditions"section of this contract.(Last Page) If a Show Potential puppy develops any of the above conditions the buyer has the option of returning the puppy for the exchanging of a puppy from a differant litter (or) keeping the puppy & receiving a refund equal to the difference between the show puppy & pet puppy price.($____________).
If your vet suspects cataracts you will have a veterinary Ophtamologist Diplomat perform a CERF exam at the buyers expense. For the purpose of this contract, juvenile Cataracts are defined only as those which develop before the age of one(1) year of age, and are always present in both eyes.
If the patella(s) are found to be normal or non-luxating at the time of purchase, no refund will be made in the event that the dog sustains an injury to the stifle/patellar area which mimics the symptoms of luxating patella.
A replacement will be given on any puppy that possesses a problem covered by this agreement if it is detected within the 1 year of age limit & the puppy is returned to Quarteracres. Partial refunds may be disgust if the buyer decides to keep the puppy.
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