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Purchase Agreement/Health Guarantee

Thank you for deciding to purchase one of our puppies. We want to make this a stress free enjoyable experience for you. Please feel free to email or call me with any questions or concerns that you might have along the way. We will keep you up to date with information about your puppy as it grows until it is time for your puppy to go to its new home. This contract is written for the protection of both the breeder and the buyer - However, it is primarily written to protect the health and general well being of the puppy.

Purchase Agreement

1. Please read the health guarantee completely before putting a deposit on a puppy. By putting a deposit on a puppy, you are agreeing to the terms and conditions within this contract.

2. We require 50% of purchase price as a deposit in order to hold the puppy of your choice.

3. This deposit is non-refundable, unless there is a problem with the health of your puppy. In that case, the buyer will have their choice of a full refund or of transferring that deposit toward another puppy.

**Please be certain that you are ready for the time, commitment and financial responsibility of a puppy prior to putting a deposit on one. **


Health Guarantee

1. It will be up to us, the breeders, to decide when the puppy will be ready to go to its new home. Usually at the age of 8 weeks, depending on the breed, weight of the puppy and how easily it is weaned from the mother. We will not, under any circumstances, let the puppy leave before it is ready.

2. The puppy is guaranteed to be in good health at the time of sale.
3. The puppy will be up to date on shots and worming at the time of pick up of the puppy. It is very important that you continue the vaccinations and worming. Please do not expose your puppy to other dogs that are not vaccinated until he/she has completed the entire vaccination schedule - around 16-20 weeks old.
4. The puppy will have been vet checked, dew claws removed, tails docked on short tail breeds and deemed in good health at the time of sale.
5. The puppy must be examined by a Licensed Vet within 72 hours of receiving the puppy. You can take the puppy to a vet of your choice.
6. Documentation must be provided to the breeder within those 72 hours in order for the Health Guarantee to be honored. Failure to send documentation will render this Health Guarantee null and void.

7.Note all puppies have PARASITES/WORMS we do not cover,Coccidia and Giardia are common in all puppies! You must notify the seller immediately if your puppy is not eating, not doing well becomes ill or any signs of distress for a period of 30 days from date of purchase.
8. If within 72 hours, a Licensed Vet finds the puppy to be unhealthy or unfit for sale, the puppy may be replaced for one of same value - provided the puppy has not been injured or neglected. The veterinarian must provide a written statement deeming the puppy “unhealthy for purchase. 9. This guarantee does not cover any health issues caused by neglect or injury from the buyer.

10. This guarantee does not include minor illnesses and health issues such as colds, kennel cough, allergies, internal or external parasites or umbilical hernias. However, the breeder will disclose any known illnesses or health issues prior to the sale.
11. The breeder can not assume responsibility for this puppy after 72 hours of the sale. It is the responsibility of the buyer to care for the puppy properly and keep it free from harm. Please remember that your puppy must be treated with great care and protected from danger.

12. The breeder assumes no responsibility for any medical expenses incurred after the sale.
13. Puppy can not, under any circumstances, go to any public places (parks, petcos, walks etc.) Parvo is highly contagious and rampid please take your shoes off in the house as Parvo can track into your house from dirty shoes, please be very careful and don’t take this lightly Parvo is a very deadly virus until 10 days after it’s fully vaccinated ( with 4 sets) May your puppy be allowed to go outside.

14. The breeder does not guarantee size. We will give the buyer the weight of the puppy’s parents and the weight of other puppies out of that mating. We can give the buyer an educated guess as to full grown weight, but there are too many variables besides genetics.
15. The breeder does not guarantee fertility or buyer ability to place in shows.
16. The breeder is not responsible for puppies which develop Hypoglycemia after the puppy is in the new owner’s possession. They will receive information on what to do if this occurs.
17. The breeder gives a two year guarantee against any congenital defects of the puppy. If this should occur the breeder agrees to replace the puppy with one of the same breed (equal value), same coloring and around the same size when there is one available. replacement would be up to breeder. Correct testing needs to be done at the buyer's expense by a licensed vet or specialist to diagnose that puppy's condition is a genetic defect before the breeder will replace puppy. Results need to be faxed to the breeders vet to make sure proper testing was done to prove genetic defects. Breeder's vet will then discuss the diagnoses with the buyer's vet/specialist and go over results. Once the puppy is proven ill from a genetic defect then a replacement puppy will be given when available.
18. Pet ownership is a serious commitment. We would gladly take back any of our puppies at any time for any reason with no questions asked. However, I will NOT be refunding adoption fees or any other fees for any reason other than serious health issues of the puppy. Health issues must be documented by your vet with all tests performed. Please carefully consider your decision to adopt and your ability to care for and raise a puppy in a loving home.

Buyers signature _____________________________________
(This is a legally binding document. In the event of legal action, buyer(s) will assume all legal costs including, but not limited to, seller’s attorney’s fees and legal cost. The laws and venue of the State of California will govern this Guaranty)


Feeding Instructions: Due to toy/teacup puppy's small stomach size and high metabolisms, toy/teacup puppies need to eat more than once or twice a day. They need to eat every 2-3 hours for the first two weeks in your home until they become less nervous and more settled in on a daily feeding routine. After the first two weeks, depending on the size of the puppy they will

need to eat every 3-6 hours. The smaller the puppy the more frequently remembered food = energy and without the proper nutrition the puppy is highly susceptible to having hypoglycemia which we already informed you about in our contract.
Our recommendation — and the least complicated feeding schedule to implement is free feeding — meaning allowing the puppy to have access to dry food at all times! Free feeding means there is always dry food in the bowl which is readily accessible in its living area, and the puppy can get to it 24/7. That also means that if you are carrying the puppy around with you a lot, you need to allow it to eat at least once every few hours or more often. Puppies have a very short attention span and are easily distracted by new people, new surroundings and love to cuddle and play instead of eating so it's crucial you make sure they eat. They do not have good self-discipline to do so on their own always, so offering and having food available to them at all times is the best practice to keep them healthy, happy and FULL!

The most important rule to owning a toy / teacup is your puppy MUST EAT and on its regular schedule! You cannot just say: "Well he didn't eat this meal maybe I will try again later." "He's tired so 'III just let him sleep" "I can't make him eat” WRONG! If the puppy will not eat the dry food or turn up its nose then you must try other foods. We suggest boiled chicken or brown rice or chicken baby food/beef baby food. You may also try canned dog food and usually Cesar brand works best for us in the purple or pink package. If your puppy has missed a meal and is not wanting to eat then the next step is NUTRI CAL or Dyne. If your puppy has been asleep for more than three hours without a meal, wake him/her up to eat or give it Nutri Cal or Dyne. If ever in doubt give Nutri Cal or Dyne. It doesn't harm the puppy and it's always better to be safe than sorry! If you plan to take the puppy with you to work, travel or just to do daily errands then you must pack a bag with Nutri Cal or Dyne, food and water. When you take the puppy out for hours and it's not on its normal daily routine and feeding schedule, it's fun but it will also cause stress on her/his body, and they tend to get overly excited, overly stimulated and nervous. So not only are they burning more calories due to this they also don't want to eat. it's crucial that you always have a Nutri Cal in safe places for these times. Such as in your glove compartment, in your purse, in your desk at work. While out if the puppy isn't eating every 3/4 hours then you must give Nutri Cal or Dyne! You can purchase on Amazon or from your Local Vet

How to give Nutri Cal or Dyne: Put a dime size amount Nutri Cal or Dyne Syrup on your finger and most of the time the pups will lick it off your hand but, if not you must physically open their mouths and place it on their tongue, rub it on their mucus membranes, gums cheeks and allow them to swallow the rest, for them to get the nutrition they need to eliminate the possibility of hypoglycemia. Any signs of lethargy, vomiting, blood in stools, hyper salivation, disorientation, or

seizure it's imperative you give the puppy Nutri Cal or dyne every 15-20 minutes and get to the vet hospital immediately. If you ever get caught in an emergency without Nutri Cal or Dyne you can use Kara syrup or raw sugar. Honey is also an option but is risky as it does contain natural bacteria that can cause the puppy to get sick, but if this is the only option then use it as hypoglycemia is a life threatening emergency. Housing Info: We do suggest buying a puppy playpen so your puppy has a safe place to be when not being supervised. This also allows the puppy to get accustomed to where the potty pads will be in their new home. Set it up away from air vents or drafty areas. We suggest buying 2 so the puppy has a nice large area to play. You can connect them together and you can add their beds, food, water and puppy pads in there.

Sleeping/Rest/Outings: Toy/Teacup Puppies Sleep a lot and need their rest. It's important to let them take their naps during the day and not too much playtime, especially for the first two weeks. They like to take cat naps during the day and sometimes may only last 30 minutes or so but, it's an important part of their well-being and health. Do not take your puppy out immediately after bringing him home. Let him adjust to you and his new environment and keep them away from other dogs other than your own until they have finished all their vaccinations. That means not taking the puppy to public parks, pet stores, groomers or places other than your home or yard. At your vet trips keep your puppy in your arms and don't let him run around on the floor, as Vet hospitals are a source of deadly viruses and illnesses from other pets there, seeking treatment. Bring a blanket or towel with you to the Vet, ask them to clean the table off in front of you and put the blanket on the puppy on the table. Do not put the puppy directly on the bare table.


Royal Canin (small breed) dry Kibble - Petco

- Petsmart
We like to leave the kibble out all day, small breeds tend to snack throughout the day since their stomachs are so small they need numerous small meals throughout day, so leaving the kibble out all day allows them to eat when they'd like!

On top of dry kibble, we give 3 meals: below are some of the foods you can incorporate Breakfast at 9am - scrambled eggs, baby food, plain yogurt
Lunch at 1pm - Boiled chicken, sweet potato
Dinner at 7pm - Wet Food, Baby Food, Chicken etc.

Feel free to change their diet and experiment with what your puppy enjoys best; these are just some ideas! Most important thing is that they eat!!



  1. ASAP see a vet to set up future shots & deworming and get a general health check

  2. NO public places until fully vaccinated and vet clears puppy

  3. Access to water at all times

  4. Puppy’s paws MUST stay on floor at all times to prevent injury *no jumping off things*

  5. Use a crate when traveling

  6. Use a harness not a collar

  7. Puppy is a baby and needs down time to sleep * DO NOT over play or over run*

i. This may lead to hypoglycemia read puppy care more info

  1. Supervise play with small children and other dogs at ALL times

  2. Keep the puppy warm! Must be kept in a warm room



At State of the Bark, Our Puppies are dewormed since birth.
Our puppies live with us at our farm and play with many adult dogs. They are also exposed to many of the animals we all live with, This is what makes our puppies special.

Worms are an inevitable part of puppyhood, and one you need to be proactive about. Making sure your puppy is wormed regularly from the time he is a few weeks old and continuing this as advised by your vet into adulthood, is incredibly important!

If you are worried about worming your puppy, speak with your veterinarian for further advice and information.

Some common Parasites are: 1. Coccidia

2. Giardia
3. Roundworm 4. Hookworm

State of the Bark will not be held responsible for any future warming issues that your new puppy will need. This is the new owner's responsibility to actively treat your new puppy for any worming issues. It is a common Symptom. Proper Working along with good hygiene will keep your puppy safe