To the best of our knowledge, and for you to have verified by your own Veterinarian within 72 hours, this purebred registered Yorkie puppy at this time of sale/adoption and before us and identified below, is happy and healthy. Yorkie Kids is providing this puppy as a "pet quality" for the purpose of a "family pet" and further providing the original purchaser/adopter lifetime emergency rehoming assistance with the understanding for whatever reason that if this Yorkie cannot be kept, buyer/adopter may contact Yorkie Kids first to help find placement.
The buyer/adopter agrees to take this puppy to a licensed veterinarian of their own choice and expense for a health checkup within a 72 hour period after acceptance and to provide Yorkie Kids the results of that checkup if any issues are found. If health issues are found by the Veterinarian within that time period, with a written statement from that vet you may exchange your puppy for one in like, kind and value. No cash refunds will be provided. This health guarantee does not include health issues due to accident or environment after the sale/adoption. If the required health checkup is not performed by a licensed veterinarian within the 72 hour period, the buyer/adopter accepts all responsibilites and is deemed to have accepted the puppy "as is".
Buyer/Adopter further agrees to provide routine veterinary care, such as proper vaccinations, annual veterinary checkups, worm checks and/or dewormings, heartworm preventatives and to care for the health and well-being of this Yorkie puppy.
Your small puppy is a baby and the smaller the puppy the more susceptible to the stresses and strains of any new home. Hypoglycemia, better known as low blood sugar, is a condition where glucose levels drops dangerously low and is especially a threat in very small puppies. Although hypoglycemia can be an illness due to other underlying health conditions, but especially in younger smaller healthy puppies, hypoglycemia may be environmentally induced through stresses and the lack of food intake. You should be feeding small amounts at a time, maybe 3 or 4 times a day, instead of one or two large meals a day. So a small meal every 4 hours or so should be about right for your pupy. If your puppy isn't eating properly you might try feeding some type of a high-calorie dietary supplement used for stressed or debilitated pets, off your fingers. Several small meals, maybe four hours apart throughout the day instead of one or two large meals is a deterrent to hypoglycemia. Stress from any cause increases the body's demand for sugar. Long periods of running, jumping, playing, maybe the stress of a long trip, all coupled with lack of food intake is a recipe for a potential hypoglycemia attack in these young tiny puppies. Without adequate amounts of glucose, your puppy cannot function properly and in severe cases, hypoglycemia can cause loss of consciousness, coma, and even death. If you see any symptoms as listed below your puppy may be suffering from hypoglycemia.
In addition to hypoglycemia, puppy parents should be on the look out for things that could possibly be caused by stress or otherwise, like the potential health hazards of issues such as constipation, dehydration, weight loss, non-activity, or diarrhea(potential coccidia parasites in intestines) that could prompt them for a potential Vet visit for the health of their puppy.
All expenses incurred after the puppy leaves Yorkie Kids possession, medical or otherwise, are the responsibility of the buyer/adopter. Yorkie Kids does provide a one year guarantee against serious 'life threatening' congenital defects of the heart or liver with an equal value exchange of your puppy when another puppy is/becomes available. All sales/adoptions are final. No warranties or guarantees, expressed or implied, are made under this agreement except as stated.
*The HEALTH & SALE/ADOPTION AGREEMENT may be printed or viewed in PDF form here
Safe and comfortable transportation to our puppy's new family is always a Number 1 priority to us. How and where can I get my baby is always a question in a new prospective parent's mind. Let us give you an idea of what is available for you to get your new baby as all our babys are sold/adopted only in "face to face" transactions.
Our puppies are available for local pickup at your convenience when they are ready to go home with you or we may also meet you at our Veterinarian's office for you to pick up your baby there, if you like. Our Veterinarian, Dr. Sam Thibodeaux of Thibodeaux Animal Hospital at 2239 Charity Street in Abbeville Louisiana is open Monday through Friday, 8am-11:50am and 1pm-5pm and Doctor visits are by appointment between 8:00am and 11:30am and 1:00pm to 4:30pm. We are sure Dr. Thibodeaux would be more than happy to continue the care of your puppy for their future well being, if you would like that also.
When your puppy is ready to go home with you, if you can't pick up your baby we do offer your puppy to be hand-carried to you at no charge for up to 20 miles from zipcode 70555.
If you can't pick up your baby or prefer us to hand-carry your puppy to you, we do offer your puppy to be hand-carried to you within the below area at the expense recovery fee of $1.50 per mile from zipcode 70555.
We do not ship our little babys in a lonely cargo hold of an airplane without constant supervision and care, but if you are going to fly through Louisiana on your way home or fly especially to pick up your baby and fly back home with your new family member in the cabin as a “carryon” in their airline approved kennel that you provide for them, we offer to you for your puppy to be hand-carried to you(airline approved carryon kennel not included) at no charge, to the Lafayette Regional Airport. We can also hand-carry your puppy to you and meet you at either the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport or the Lake Charles Regional Airport for a $125 expense recovery fee*, or the Alexandria International Airport - England Airpark and Community for a $175 expense recovery fee* or the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport for a $200 expense recovery fee*, or the Monroe Regional Airport(Louisiana) for a $300 expense recovery fee*, or the Shreveport Regional Airport for a $335 expense recovery fee*. Links to American, Delta and United Airline Pet Travel Fees for “carryon” pets are provided below, click on the airline name to see their pet policies.
With Every Yorkie Kids Purebred Puppy From Our Family To Yours...|
Your New Family Member May Be Protected For Life.
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All Yorkie Kids puppies are sold/adopted in "face to face" transactions as "companion pets" only, not for resale or research.
Credit cards available for deposits only, cash preferred at time of sale/adoption. *Deposit of $250 required to hold/reserve puppy.
All deposits are non-refundable.(only with exception of your puppy not being able to be provided to you)
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