Our puppy guarantee..
# Your puppy comes from best possible lines, and will be fit and healthy.
# All our puppies will be micro-chipped,
# Wormed 4 times starting at 2 weeks old,
# Vaccinated before they go to their new homes,
# Puppies raised inside our home for the first four weeks. Pups are socialised every day & are raised in a very clean environment.
# Your puppy has been health checked buy the vet at 7 weeks.
# Your puppy will come with main or limited register pedigree papers.
# 24/7 Support, we are here for you.
# You will be supplied with a puppy diet/care sheet of what to feed and what your puppy has been raised on, which is an all natural raw diet for optimal health. We strongly suggest you follow the similar diet and follow the guidelines in best practice in bringing your pup up. Refer to the care sheet on the do’s and the dont’s.
IMPORTANT part of bringing your pup up.
These are X-rays of puppies.
Look at how far the bones have to grow before they become a proper bony joint! This is why you should never let puppies jump, walk up/down stairs, over exercise or over train.
Doing too much impact activity at a young age will cause serious issues later in life, or even at a young age as hip dysplasia and other orthopaedic conditions are rising in puppies!
One of the biggest mistakes puppy buyers/owners are still making, is over excising their pups. Let’s cut to the chase, If you have a young baby/child, would you walk, run with it around the block for an hr, NO, so why do it with your pup. STOP it now.
This is what one vet from NZ said.
‘No’ to repetition exercises
Probably the biggest cause of growth plate and soft tissue injury is repetitive exercise with a young puppy. So, until they are about 18 -24 months old, long hikes, walks, jumping are out and lots of free-play sessions are in’.
As a breeder we take all care in breeding. All our dogs are hip/elbow scored and health checked otherwise they would not be bred from. So when your puppy goes home at 8 weeks it is in perfect healthy condition. How it turns out, its up to you as the new owner.
More and more studies are now showing the dangers of early desexing. Ligament and joint issues and other health matters are increased by 78%. Here at Meisterhunde we do not recommend you desex your pup unless there is a serious medical condition or emergency. Your vet will say otherwise, why, remember this is how vets make their money, by desexing and over vaccinating our pets. So do not fall for the scaremonger tactics some vets use. Do you own research, lots of supporting data out there on this subject.
If a case arises that the owner and Meisterhunde Rottweilers do not agree on the presents of a hereditary condition, we will require to get our own vet involved and will be guided by him. Any costs for examination by the Bannockburn Vet will be at the owner’s expense. The buyer must present documentation along with X-rays to Meisterhunde Rottweilers.
However should a hereditary fault be verified, we will offer you a replacement puppy free of charge, but the pup in question will need to be returned to the breeder/us. There is no provision for monetary refunds. If the above conditions are not followed the buyers, guarantee is null and void.
We are happy to help and work with our puppy buyers on any health issue. However, in the event any suspected health issue does arises, we as the breeder should be contacted in the first instance. If the buyer does not contact us and proceeds treatment with out talking to us first, Meisterhunde Rottweiles will not be required to fulfil our guarantee obligations.
Enjoy your new puppy but remember, use common sense and play it safe..