CLOVER!.. This is a very smart girl with smart eyes. Her temperament is calm, she is affectionate, likes to cuddle. She is a very friendly girl, loves to play with her toys and with her brothers and sisters. Estimate adult weight around 5 lbs. Both her parents have won many dog shows and have titles. Junior Champion of the country, Champion of the country. Both parents have 2 DNA test: 1.Wisdom panel DNA test ( they are 100% pure blood Biewer Terrier) 2. DDC DNA ( health test). Clover will have: 1. Deworming 4 times. 2. Set of shots.(by age) 3. Vet checking. 4. Health certificate. 5.Microchip. 6. Health guarantee 1 year (genetic sick) 7. Sales contract. Including Health Guarantee. Reference/delivery - available. If you have further questions, please feel free to ask. Pet price Email US!...
Her purchases includes: All Breed Registration papers. Registered/registerable, Current vaccinations, Veterinarian examination, Health certificate, 1-year Health guarantee, Pedigree, Travel crate and play toys.
Doggy Bag: Starter potty pads, First outfit, Blanket, Favorite toy, and a baggy of the current puppy food.
Fecal check for ANY intestinal infections by our Vet
Current on Shots & De-wormings. Dewormings by our Vet + by us every 2 weeks since birth (Records Included)
Current Certificate of Veterinarian Inspection
Current Puppy Check-Up Form.
First bortella (kennel cough) vaccine
Complete Vet Check
Certified Health Certificate
One Year WRITTEN Health Warranty
Registerable: AKC /APRI / ACA / CPR / CKC / NKC full registration
Some Pets Take Time to Adjust
You may fall in love at first sight with your new pet, but it will take time for you both to adjust to your life together. Animals are sensitive to change and may appear frightened when you first bring them home. You may even feel a little anxious yourself.
The best way to help you both settle into your new life is to form a solid daily routine. Keep feedings at the same time every day. Take your dog out for a couple of walks around the new neighborhood to allow him/her a chance to explore and expel energy. Try to stay positive and patient as your pet learns their new surroundings.