All pups come with a 26 month HIP and EYE Guarantee. Our guarantee covers any genetic problems that prevent your puppy from certified by the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) or the Canine Eye Registration Foundation, Inc. (CERF)
CERF will certify pups as early as 6 weeks of age. It will be your responsibility to have your pup's eyes examined any time through its 24th month of age. A copy of the CERF certificate MUST be sent to us by no later than thirty (30) days after CERF certification. Failure to comply will result in a VOID of this guarantee.
OFA will only certify dogs who have reached 24 months of age. It will be your responsibility to have your dogs hips x-rayed for evaluation before the dogs 30 months of age. A copy of the OFA certification MUST be sent to us not later than sixty (60) days after OFA certification. Failure to comply will result in a VOID of this guarantee.
If this dog has been bred before 24 months or before being cleared by OFA or CERF this guarantee is VOID. This guarantee does not cover any health or medical issues that arise after 7 days of your pup being in your care. Razor Labs encourage you to have your pup checked by your own Vet within the first 7 days of picking up your pup.
Razor Labradors also retains the option to have the dogs hips x-rayed again at a veterinarian of their choosing and submitted to OFA for re-evaluation. Should the dog subsequently receive an OFA rating then all costs associated with the exam will be the buyer's responsibility. Should the dog fail to receive an OFA rating then the cost of the re-evaluation and x-ray will be the responsibility of Razor Labs. In any event, the OFA will be the final determining authority.
Razor Labradors also retains the option to have the dogs eyes re-examined. If the re-examination proves the eyes are free of said genetic defects then all cost associated with the re-examination will be the buyer's responsibility. Should the dog prove to have said genetic defects then the costs will be the responsibility of Razor Labs. In any event the CERF will be the final determining authority.
The guarantee to the buyer for the dog described below is as follows:
If the dog is rejected by OFA or CERF (Discluding injuries):
To ensure defects will not be passed on, the buyer at their expense must spay or neuter the puppy/dog and return the dog's CKC Registration papers transferring ownership back to the seller before a new puppy of equal value will be granted when available. Written verification that the procedure was performed sent to us by the vet. The dog does not have to be returned and may remain with the buyer.