This agreement states that the said puppy has been purchased by the said buyer with a non-refundable minimum deposit of $200, with
the remaining amount to be paid by the buyer on or before transfer date. Payments are to be made in cash or money order. Final
payment will ONLY be paid in cash AT TRANSFER.

In the unlikely occurrence of death or injury on breeders’ property before transfer of ownership, all money paid towards puppy will be
refunded or transferred to another puppy (from this litter or the next). Deposits paid towards puppy before litter is born are refundable
at breeders’ discretion. Deposits paid after litter is born are NON-REFUNDABLE.

This document acts as a BILL OF SALE, TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP, and HEALTH AGREEMENT for said puppy and is between said
buyer and Anthony & Miranda Wagoner.
Buyer WILL NOT receive puppy until PAID IN FULL.

Registration (if available), pedigree, health record, agreement, puppy manual, and puppy-pack will accompany said puppy at time of
Transfer. We DO NOT guarantee SIZE, ABILITY AND/OR BREEDING CAPABILITIES.

We have taken all of the necessary precautions to ensure that you are receiving a healthy puppy that will become a part of your family.
They have been selectively bred for disposition, conformation, prospective abilities in the field and show ring and overall quality. All
puppies have been given a “well-puppy” examination by our licensed and trusted veterinarian and have also received appropriate
vaccination and worming applications. All puppies have had their tails docked to the appropriate length and have had their dew-claws
removed.

Shipping costs are $130 PLUS COST OF TICKET (over the cost of the puppy)- This is to cover the cost of the Airline ticket, shipping
crate, health certifications, and travel fees. Fees vary from different airlines and we use Delta & United Airlines. Shipping dates cannot
be guaranteed due to the weather. Airlines have strict guidelines when it comes to storms and temperatures. When we book a flight for
your puppy, we look for the shortest and most-direct flights, but understand that this is not always possible.

Environment, Parasites and Exercise
You need to protect you puppy. The environment in their new homes the first few months is vital for their good health and
development. It can shape their growth, disposition, and wellbeing. DO NOT take your puppy into public places or around strange
animals- especially before they have had all of their vaccinations- this includes rest areas, Petsmart/Petco’s, and any other places that
are frequented by other animals. You never know who vaccinates and who doesn’t and your puppy is vulnerable. Make sure that their
environment is clean, pest-free and void of problem-causing bacteria. This guarantee does not cover health problems or death due to
non-congenital or non-life-threatening diseases, owner neglect, parasites, fungal or bacterial infections, feeding, flea/lice/mite
infestations, poisoning, environmental challenges, training and/or behavior problems, accidents, or injury due to strenuous activities
participated in before the age of 24 months (field trials, hunting, agility, open obedience, roading, and/or hiking/running) Puppies grow
very fast and need to be protected against stress-induced hip dysplasia and growth defects. Buyer must recognize that intestinal
parasites, fungal/bacterial infections are not uncommon in puppies and very often appear in their early development. We go through
every length to prevent intestinal parasites and such infections in our puppies. However, purchasers must realize that the stress of
going to a new home, changes in environment, and traveling can result in the appearance in parasites and infections.

Returning the Puppy  
In the event that a situation arises and you cannot or do not want to keep your puppy, we will always take the puppy back. In this case,
we are not obligated to refund any money paid towards dog (initial cost, vet bills, travel costs, etc.) but require the surrendering of all
health records, registration papers, or any other corresponding info for the dog. If for any reason that you sell, re-home, or give-away
any of our puppies, buyer must contact us before transfer.  We can either take the dog back or assist you in finding an appropriate
home. If seller transfers dog without our knowledge guarantee is null and void at breeder’s discretion.
Guarantee is NON-TRANSFERRABLE.

Vaccinations, Worming and Vet Examinations
Take your puppy to the vet for an exam, worming schedule and appropriate vaccinations within 72 hours (3 days). Buyer must let
breeder know if scheduling challenges arise if puppy is transferred over a weekend and you need a small extension on their initial
exam date. When buying a puppy, schedule these dates ahead of time to avoid a possible voiding of their health guarantee! Buyer
agrees to take responsibility of buying and owning a live animal and paying for any and all expenses incurred to keep the animal in
satisfactory condition. Puppies need at least 4 vaccinations. I administer their first vaccination when they are 6-7 weeks old and then
they need 2 more in 2-4 wk intervals. The 4th shot should be given after 16 weeks old for further prevention of Parvo and Distemper.
Worming in puppies is done every 2 weeks before they leave our home. It is very easy and should be done on a regular basis. Regular
worming can be done every 3-4 months- especially if you expose your dogs to natural wildlife and the outdoors and/or dog shows. It is
very easy for puppies to get parasites, so make sure you follow dosage directions and pay attention to their stools. When you are
choosing a vet, make sure that you are completely comfortable with them and trust them completely. When it comes to procedures and
advice, it can be helpful to get a second opinion if you are in doubt. Rabies vaccinations should be given at 6 months- you must get
this done by a professional veterinarian or clinician. Our health guarantee is considered null and void if appropriate vaccinations and
worming applications are not given at the appropriate dates and not kept current. You must keep a record of all vaccinations and
wormings- even if administered personally.

Satisfaction Guaranteed
Breeders guarantee that buyer will be satisfied with the puppy purchased. If not satisfied, buyer can return puppy (at buyers cost) and
receive refund (minus $200 deposit) or a replacement puppy (when available). ONLY VALID FOR 24 HOURS AFTER TRANSFER OF
PUPPY. If puppy is found to be ill at time of initial vet check with a life-threatening disease or sickness, full refund or replacement will be
awarded. In this case, buyer must have diagnosis from licensed veterinarian stating illness. This must also fall into our 72 hour
guarantee.

Hip Dysplasia, OFA and Breeding
This puppy is guaranteed to be free from Hip Dysplasia for two years from their date of birth. Should your puppy develop Hip Dysplasia
that renders them unsuitable as a pet, a replacement puppy (when available) or a 50% monetary refund (as soon as possible) will be
given upon receipt of certified letter from a licensed veterinarian attesting to the disorder and a copy of the OFA evaluation report. If
Hip Dysplasia occurs but doesn’t affect their ability to be a pet, a 50% monetary reimbursement (when available) will be awarded upon
receipt of a certified letter from a licensed veterinarian attesting to the disorder, a copy of the OFA evaluation report, a spay or neuter
certificate from your veterinarian, and their AKC papers. Hip Dysplasia can occur from physical-stress related injuries. If this occurs
because of an accident or owner negligence (over working when they are too young), then this hip guarantee is void. Said puppy is to
be OFA certified before 26 months old. No breeding shall be allowed if the OFA evaluation is lower than FAIR. Said puppy shall not be
bred to another dog that has an OFA evaluation lower than FAIR.  There shall be NO BREEDING before 24 months old and/or before
their OFA evaluation. ANY BREEDING BEFORE 24 MONTHS AND BEFORE OFA EVALUATION WILL VOID THIS GUARANTEE.  
Breeder must be notified before ANY breedings involving one of our dogs.

Nutrition
Large breed dogs require heavier nutrition between 3-6 months. Between birth and 6 months, puppies need to be on a quality, high-
protein diet of puppy food. After six months, they need to be moved to and Adult or preferably “All Life Stages” food. The food they eat
can affect how much they poop, quality of coat, growth, joint issues, and weight.


Registration
We the breeders reserve the right to name our puppies and/or register them. ALL PUPPIES WILL BE REGISTERED BEFORE THEY
LEAVE OUR HOME. THIS IS NOT NEGOTIABLE AND IS AN EXTRA $30. PUPPIES WILL BE ASSIGNED A REGISTERED NAME FROM A
LIST THAT YOU CAN CHOOSE FROM. EACH LITTER HAS A NAMING THEME. YOU MAY CALL THEM WHATEVER YOU LIKE, BUT
THEY MUST BE REGISTERED AKC. PICK MALE AND PICK FEMALE WILL BE CO-OWNED WITH THE BREEDER. STIPULATIONS
DEPEND ON EACH SITUATION. Not all puppies will be given full registration, especially if not meeting the breed standard.


Congenital Defects
All puppies are believed to be in good health to the best of our knowledge. They are guaranteed sound and free from life-threatening
genetic defects for one year from their date of birth. This includes diseases or defects that significantly decrease their quality of life as
a pet or result in having to euthanize. In the unlikely event that a problem occurs, a replacement or 50% monetary refund will be
awarded upon receipt of a certified letter from your licensed veterinarian. stating the diagnosis, a health record showing all appropriate
vaccinations and worming applications, the spay or neuter certificate, and their AKC papers. It is not necessary to euthanize your dog if
not essential to meet the requirements of this guarantee.

BREEDERS ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR VET BILLS OR ANY EXPENSES INCURRED- WE WILL NOT PAY YOUR BILLS!

Spay & Neuter
If you do not plan on breeding or showing and the dog will be a pet, please have them fixed. There is no need to have any unplanned
or unwanted litters. If dog does not have a good OFA evaluation  (below FAIR rating) or CERF evaluation, said dog needs to be
spayed or neutered. Dogs deemed pet quality (will make a great pet or hunting partner) need to be altered between 6-14 months. If
you think you might want or breed or show your dog before they get fixed, have them evaluated at 12-14 months to see if they would
contribute to the GWP breed- As not all dogs are meant to be bred.


BUYER MUST REALIZE THAT PARTICULAR BREEDS ARE PREDISPOSED TO A VARIETY OF HEALTH OBSTACLES AND ISSUES
AND ARE ESPECIALLY SUSCEPTABLE AS PUPPIES. PLEASE RESEARCH YOUR CHOSEN BREED AND ALL THINGS COMMON.

This puppy is guaranteed:
1 year for congenital life-threatening diseases and disorders
2 years for hip dysplasia


BY PURCHASING A DOG FROM US (THE SELLERS AND BREEDERS),
YOU HAVE AGREED TO ABIDE
BY OUR CONTRACT AND ALL THAT IS REQUIRED WITHIN.