West Highland White Terriers Austin Texas

Akc Registered Champion West Highland White Terriers

Application and Contract

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Puppy Contract Guarantee Terms And Conditions           Effective As Of November 2005.
1) In exchange for the above pure bred, pet quality puppy, the above amount will be given the "Puppy/Litter Owner" by the "Puppy Buyer" upon receipt of puppy. "Puppy/Litter Owner" agrees that the puppy is purebred and registered with the American Kennel Club. The A.K.C. Dog Registration Application is forwarded at time of delivery of puppy. Registration is Limited. NO BREEDING.
2) The "Puppy Buyer" has three (3) working days from date of puppy pick-up to take puppy to a veterinarian for an initial check-up.
3)If the puppy is found to have a life-threatening genetic or health problem and written documentation of the condition is presented from the examining veterinarian within 3 days ( 72 hours), "Puppy/Litter Owner" will place "Puppy Buyer" on top of "Puppy Waiting List" for next available healthy puppy of same quality and breed according to puppy sex requested, provided puppy and A.K.C. Dog Registration Application are returned at time of puppy's return and puppy has not been hurt or injured. "Puppy/Litter Owner" may refund purchase price at time of puppy's return at "Puppy/Litter Owner" option. The "Puppy Buyer” agrees to pay transportation costs on replacement puppy.
4) "Puppy Buyer" agrees to have annual veterinarian check-ups, including heartworm check, keep all immunizations current according to A.V.M.A. guidelines as follows: "Puppy/Litter Owner" has given "Puppy Vaccination Shot" at 6 weeks of age. Booster shots are required every 3 weeks after 8 weeks  until the age of 21 weeks. These booster shots are required at 9, 12, 15, 18, and 21 weeks. Puppy diseases can be very severe on a puppy's health and maintaining this vaccination schedule can prevent these puppy diseases and is required by "Puppy Buyer" as terms of this "Puppy Contract". A Rabies Vaccination is required in the State Of Texas at 12 weeks of age and you will find that it is the same in most states and is required as by "Puppy Buyer" as terms of this "Puppy Contract". All states require a current Rabies vaccination. "Puppy Buyer" agrees to properly administer heartworm preventative on a regular basis, as scheduled, and is required as by "Puppy Buyer" as terms of this and is required as by "Puppy Buyer" as terms of this "Puppy Contract". "Puppy Buyer" agrees to provide adequate housing according to state law, confine the puppy in a fenced yard or kennel run, or walk on a leash. Health warrantees and guarantees are void if "Puppy Buyer" does not have written documentation of proper health care as stated in the paragraphs 4 and 5. No other health warrantees or guarantees, expressed or implied, are made under this contract except those as stated in paragraphs 4 and 5.
5) The "Puppy Buyer" agrees to pay all transportation costs incurred with sale of this puppy.
6) "Puppy/Litter Owner" is bound by this agreement to original "Puppy Buyer" only. The State Of Texas, City Of Round Rock will be court of record for any legal proceedings in reference to this "Puppy Contract" by either "Puppy/Litter Owner" or "Puppy Buyer". Legal proceedings in other jurisdictions in reference to the "Puppy Contract" are null and void. "Puppy Buyer” agrees to pay "Puppy/Litter Owner's" reasonable legal fees for proceedings related to this "Puppy Contract".
7) there will be a non refundable deposit of 300.00 to hold a puppy. if funds are not paid by the time the puppy is 8 weeks of age or already agreed upon puppy deposit will be kept and puppy resold. No legal fees or veterinarian will be paid by seller these are the buyers responsibility. DEPOSIT FOR SPECIFIC SEX PUPPY WILL BE ROLLED OVER TO NEXT LITTER IF SEX IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LITTER REQUESTED.
8) Puppy is sold with limited registration unless otherwise agreed upon and stated in contract.
9) No other warrantees or guarantees, expressed or implied, are made under this contract except as stated herein.

Please sign contract and mail in with your 300.00 deposit.

New Puppy Owner:_________________________________________


Litter Owner:____________________________________________

Puppy Products, Puppy Dangers and Puppy Training

Clorox Anywhere for Floors. Wood or Tile

Woolite Pet for Carpets

Eukanuba  Puppy Food

Natures Miracle Pee Pee Pads
Top Paw Shampoo

 Puppy Harness

Homemedics sound machine  (Walmart)

Petmate open air crate

Soft dog bed I prefer Martha Stewart.

Iverhart for heartworm and worm preventative. Given once montly you get from Vet.

Great Flea and tick prevenative. If you are going camping hiking great for keeping those pests off your dog and makes them smell great.

Training your new baby

 Some tips on Training

Training is just as important for as it is for large breed dogs. Because their small size allows some people to overlook a small dog's bad behavior, dog owners don't always put as much time and energy into training their small breed dogs as they should. Unfortunately, this lack of training can lead to a number of , including , pushiness, and incessant . It can also be dangerous for your small dog. A dog who doesn't learn to is at risk for bolting out into traffic or becoming lost. And no matter their size, a well-trained dog is a much more pleasant companion than one with bad manners.

The following are some tips to help you get started on training your small dog:

Nothing in Life is Free

Their size means many small dogs are afforded privileges that larger dogs are not. For instance, small dogs are more likely to be allowed to sleep in your bed and sit on your furniture. While this is fine, as long as it is acceptable to you, it can lead to pushy dogs who think their owners are there to cater to their every whim. In other words, allowing your dog to do as he pleases all the time can lead to sharing your home with a tiny tyrant.

To let your small dog know you are in charge, get him started on a . This type of program is designed to teach your dog that he has to work for everything he values. Give him a command which he must obey before he has access to anything he enjoys. For example, ask him to before he gets fed and before he is allowed up on furniture. Your small dog will quickly learn that pushy behavior gets him nowhere.

Train on His Level

Training a small dog can be hard on your back and scary for your dog. Especially in the early stages of training , it can intimidating for your small dog if you are towering over him. To put him at ease and to save your back, start at the same level as your dog. You can do this by getting down on the ground with your small dog, or bringing him up to your level by putting him on a table or step. Once he is comfortable with training and learning new commands, you can begin to work on training while you are standing and he is on the ground.

Keep it Positive

training is a great way to train small dogs. Techniques like and other reward-based training can be very effective. Because they are so small, punishment-based training can be harmful and frightening to a small dog. It is too easy to accidently hurt a small dog by giving him a leash correction. And being so much smaller than you is intimidating enough without adding punishment to the mix. Keep things positive and upbeat, and your small dog is sure to learn to love training sessions.

Special Considerations for Housetraining

Dog trainers often hear complaints from the owners of small dogs when it comes to . Owners feel that the recommended techniques for housebreaking, such as , just don't work for their small dogs. It's not true. The same techniques that work on large breed dogs will work on your small breed dog, with one notable exception. Small dogs often have smaller bladders than larger dogs. This means that they aren't physically able to hold it for as many hours as a larger dog. Your small breed dog may simply need a few extra trips outside each day. Owners whose schedule don't allow them to walk their small dogs every 3-4 hours may need to hire a dog walker or choose to teach their dog to use housebreaking pads or a litter box indoors.

Sports, Advanced Obedience and More

Don't underestimate your small dog's ability to learn new behaviors and to excel in a wide variety of activities. Small dogs can do well at , such as and Earthdog, as well as advanced obedience. If these competitions don't appeal to you, you may still want to consider training your dog for certification. With proper training and , small dogs make wonderful companions who are welcomed wherever you go.

We are family owned and operated.
We have at the max 2 litters a year.
The parents are our little angels.

Thank you for your interest.

 Parents are on site, no kennel outdoor breeding here. More about us!!!


Puppy Dangers

Dangers to your puppy around the home

There are many common household items around your home that can be harmful or fatal to your puppy. Below is a list of household dangers that you should be mindful of. It is important that you remove or keep your puppy away from these at all times.

1. Poisonous Plants

Ivy, Foxglove, Holly, Azalea, Birds of paradise, Aloe vera, Mother in laws tongue, Aparagus fern, Plumosa fern, many of the Lily species, Nightshade, Yucca, Umbrella tree, Cycads, Oleander, Syngonium and Rosary Pea. Bulb plants including Daffodils and Tulips.

2. Harmful Foods

Many foods that humans eat can be harmful to your dog. Always keep food locked away in the pantry and only feed your dog pet food. Many people think it is ok to give your dog scraps or leftovers but this can be harmful to your dog if given the wrong foods.

Harmful foods include: Macadamia nuts, Onions, Grapes, Apple seeds.

3. Pesticides and Insecticides

Rat poison, Snail baits, Roach baits and Ant powder.

There are many effective products that are safe for your pets and you should aim to purchase these whenever possible.

4. Chemicals

Anti-freeze, Paint and wall strippers, Battery acid and Petrol.

5. Pools and pool covers

Not all dogs are good swimmers and they could get in real trouble if they happen to fall in your pool. Ensure your pool is always fenced off and securely locked even if the pool is covered with a pool cover. Dogs can still get trapped underneath the cover and drown.

6. Electrical cords

Puppies love to chew things including electrical cords. To avoid your dog from chewing these always ensure your puppy is constantly monitored when in the home and have the appliances are switched off when not in use.

7. Children’s Toys

Children’s toys are not suitable for puppies so never give your puppy children’s toys to play with. Children’s toys such as marbles are often small and your puppy can choke on them. Many toys are also filled with small pellets which can also be harmful to your dog.

Please beware careful to keep your puppy away from all of these common household items. Puppy’s are curious by nature so make sure they do not get access to any of these nasty items.

Doggie Dangers

Please be aware there are many dangers to your dog just waiting to be discovered by his curious mind. The simplest things from ill fitted collars to the flowers in your garden can cause major damage. Here is just the tip of the iceberg….

Houseplants – certain kinds are toxic to dogs.


Castor Bean

Dieffenbachia (dumb cane)


Morning Glory

English Ivy





For a more complete list check with - http/www.cybercanine.com/toxicplants.htm

· Electrical wires/sockets – puppies like to chew & lick them. ZAP!

· Antifreeze – tastes sweet – kills pets. A teaspoon of antifreeze can kill.

· Household cleaners, solvents, pesticides, medicines, cosmetics, art supplies…

· Open windows – dogs do jump out of windows, even high ones.

· Toys with button eyes, or certain ‘squeakers’ that the dog could try to swallow and choke on.

· Batteries – dogs chew on them and swallow them whole.

· String, yarn, pantyhose, disposable diapers, sanitary pads – all can kill.

· Chocolate – toxic to dogs in proportionate quantities: consider the size of your dog and the strength of the chocolate – milk chocolate is not as serious as dark chocolate. A large dog eating a milk chocolate drop is not as serious as a small dog eating ½ lb of dark chocolate.

· Onions – toxic to dogs. It inhibits blood clotting.

· Rawhides – Rawhides are dangerous!!! When your dog softens a chunk of rawhide and then swallows it – the texture of the rawhide becomes like glue and can adhere itself to the wall of the intestines – causing a blockage that can require surgery to remove it. Not to mention that many rawhides are treated with toxic chemicals that are dangerous as well.

· Bones - Any bones that can splinter, split or break can tear your dog up inside or cut their mouths, need to be avoided. But that does not mean all bones are bad. We feed the smaller, raw meaty chicken bones to our dogs for their great nutritional value. You can also use large beef (soup/marrow) bones, hard nylon bones, bully sticks, hard rubber or compressed raw hide bones. The best place to get great bones and dog treats online is Best Bully Sticks.

· Collars – sometimes the collar that is meant to save your dog’s life (if it were to get lost) can cause it to choke itself. The oddest things do happen. We had a puppy hook itself on a radiator by the little ring on its collar – it we hadn’t been there to rescue her, she might have hung herself. This is up to your personal discretion, sometimes tattooing the lip, or a microchip are actually safer, more permanent means of identifying your dog and save the collar for walks. NEVER, EVER, leave a collar on your dog in the crate. Dogs can hang themselves when the collar gets caught in the grating of the crate and they panic and struggle until the worst happens. We have also had clients call us in tears – one dog’s loose fitting collar was the cause of his death. The dogs were playing and one dog got his jaw caught in the other dog’s collar, they panicked and twisted, the poor dog who died was strangled to death by his best friend as his person watched helplessly. She did try to cut the collar off but it was so tight she could do nothing. Please just be careful with collars. A properly fit collar is snug to the dog’s neck – you should be able to fit your four, flat fingers (no thumb) between the collar and the neck. Always check for a proper fit every time you put the collar on as puppies grow and some collars stretch out over time. See our referral page for our favorite collar type.

· Flea/tick collars or repellants – these are toxic chemicals that you are putting directly on your dog’s skin. It is absorbed into the body and yes, you can make your dog sick, either immediately or over time a toxic build up can occur. Please try to use natural means of repelling these pests. Garlic tablets and brewers yeast tablets can help a lot – and dog’s love them so much they will do tricks for them.

· Hot cars – It only takes minutes for a car to get to 160 degrees on a warm day. A dog’s temperature is 102 degrees so they can suffer brain damage or even death in such conditions. Do not leave your dog in your car if it is over 60 degrees. If you must leave your dog in the car ALWAYS park in the shade and leave the windows open for fresh cool air. Do not leave your dog for longer than ten minutes.

· Corn Cobs – we learned this tragic fact through the death of one of our dogs. Upon talking to vets and associates - everyone had either lost a dog to a corncob or knew someone who had. Throw your corncobs out in the protected trash in the garage and do not feed them to the squirrels in your yard where your dog can get at them. Dogs eat corncobs and swallow huge chunks, which leads to impaction or tearing, which leads to surgery or death