Holderby’s Heavenly Heirlooms Puppy Contract


A PUPPY is defined here to be a Biewer Terrier puppy which is in good health at the time of sale, and embodies the characteristics of the Biewer Terrier breed. This PUPPY is registrable (registered) with AKC.

Deposit in the amount of $100 is required to be on the waiting list. ________________(buyer)

Deposit in the amount of $1000 is required to reserve a  PUPPY. Deposits are non-refundable, but can be applied to purchase another puppy from future litters when one becomes available, up to one year after the date of deposit. _______________ (buyer)

Rebate in the amount of $150 (pet only) will be sent to the buyer along with the puppy’s papers once proof of spay/neuter is sent to the BREEDER. ________________(buyer)

The BREEDER guarantees the above described dog to be healthy at the time of the sale.  It is the buyer’s responsibility to submit the puppy to a certified veterinarian for a complete health assessment, at the buyer’s expense, within 5 days following receipt of puppy, otherwise this full contract/guarantee is void. If the puppy is found to be other than healthy by the BUYER'S certified veterinarian within  5 days of delivery the appropriate statement from the BUYER'S veterinarian should be submitted to the BREEDER, and puppy shall be returned to the BREEDER immediately. The Puppy will be replaced with a comparable puppy when one becomes available. All expenses associated with the return of the puppy are the responsibility of the buyer.

Never at any time will money be refunded this will be only for replacement puppy when one becomes available.

__________________(buyer)

All appropriate shots for the PUPPY'S age have been given, and a record of this vaccination history is supplied. Said PUPPY is guaranteed for 1 year against life threatening congenital defects (genetic disorders). A congenital defect is a problem that will not allow the puppy to grow or age to normal life expectancy. If this dog develops a serious hereditary disease specifically leg perthes or liver shunt within one year from the date of purchase, another puppy shall be given as a replacement as soon as one becomes available. Exceptions are patellar luxation or tracheal collapse because of environmental issues. If within the first full year of the puppy’s life, the puppy is diagnosed by at least two certified veterinarians as having a life-threatening genetic defect that is not treatable, a statement shall be provided to the BREEDER and if the BREEDER’s veterinarian agrees with this statement the  BREEDER will replace the puppy within 1 year of delivery with a puppy from an available litter or future litters. In the event of death due to congenital defect, an autopsy must be performed within 24 hrs of death and a lab report done to determine the cause of death. This is to be done by a licensed veterinarian of breeder’s choice. If it is found that the puppy was abused in any way, this guarantee is void.


If buyer chooses to keep puppy after being diagnosed as having a congenital defect, all related expenses are the responsibility of the buyer. Under no circumstances shall Seller be held responsible for veterinary and other medical expenses incurred.

There is no guarantee on size, color, conformation, coat quality, disposition, bite and show quality if puppy less than six months old at the time of sale.

The BREEDER does not assume any liability for any injury to said puppy after delivery.

The BUYER agrees to maintain the puppy's health in good condition, and to provide yearly examinations, vaccinations, heartworm test, and any other usual procedures necessary to assure good health.

The BREEDER has done everything possible to produce healthy sound puppies both by breeding only healthy dogs and by raising the puppies in the best way possible in regards to diet, exercise, socialization and veterinary care. There are many factors that can influence growth and development, such as diet, exercise, weight gain, and etc.. The BUYER assumes the responsibility to carry on with the appropriate vaccinations, exercise and feeding schedule, as supplied by the BREEDER. The BUYER agrees to keep the puppy slim throughout its normal growth period. The BREEDER can offer no further guarantees once the care of the puppy is no longer under their control. Buyer agrees to limit puppy’s exposure to other persons, animals and public places. Parvo-Virus, Distemper, etc. are highly contagious viruses that a puppy is susceptible to until they receive their last booster shot from the vet. We do not guarantee against these viruses since they can easily be obtained from any public place.

The BUYER agrees that neither he/she nor the BUYER'S estate/executors may sell this PUPPY or transfer ownership of this PUPPY without the BREEDER'S knowledge and written consent within one year of purchase.

The BUYER hereby agrees that if at any time the Buyer cannot take proper care of the puppy, the BUYER must contact the BREEDER and the BREEDER will have the first choice to either: (a) take the PUPPY back or (b) assist the BUYER in finding a suitable home for the PUPPY. 


The BREEDER neither makes nor implies any warranties or guarantees, expressed or implied, other than those written in the agreement including, without limitation, the warranties of merchantability and fitness. This document constitutes the entire agreement between the Breeder and Buyer with respect to this sale. The Buyer's signature below indicates that he/she has read, agrees and does understand all the conditions of the Sales Agreement and Contract of Sale. In the event of legal matters it will be conducted in the courts of Williamson County, TX. By signing all parties involved with the sale and purchase of pup/dog have agreed they have read agree to and understand the terms and conditions of this contract. If there are any questions from either party they need to be addressed before the signing of the contract. This contract becomes legally binding once all signatures required have been signed to this contract. It is this breeder’s advice that the dog be spayed between 6 - 8 months as this is when the dog usually has double canines and they can be pulled at the same time as the spay/neuter.


Pup/Dog Description: 

Pet Quality


Sex: female / male


Sire:


Dam: 

Total price : __ _________


Buyer: Name_______________________________________________ 

Address______________________________________________     Phone____________________ 

Email____________________


Seller: Karen Holderby

Address:_711 Lackey Creek Road__________________________________

_______Liberty Hill, Texas 78642__________________________________ Phone__512-740-0911__________________________________________

Email____theholderbys@yahoo.com_____________________________________________


This agreement is non-transferable.


BREEDER_______________________________________ Dated___________________________ 


BUYER___________________________________ Dated__________________________


1. PET QUALITY is a quality classification set by the breeder indicating that this dog will not be used for breeding and will be in a loving home and pet ONLY. 

2. FULL REGISTRATION and Pedigrees will be provided upon Buyers receipt of said dog(s). Full registration is granted to show potential / breeding dogs only.

 3. SPAY/NEUTER is a surgery done by a veterinarian that renders the animal unable to produce offspring.