Central Asian Shepherd (Ovcharka) Guarantee
Anyone who spends a reasonable amount of money buying a dog, has the right to be satisfied with their purchase, provided that their expectations are reasonable and in relation to the promises of the seller.
There is always a small margin of error when breeding guard dogs, but if you bought a dog for the purpose to defend your property and family, only to end up with a dog that welcomes all strangers at the gate wagging its tail any good breeder should be prepared to replace the animal with one more suited to the task.
Although a final decision on the character of the dog cannot be expressed until maturity it is also true that at 1 year old Central Asian Shepherd dog should already be displaying the attributes required to become a good guard dog. Conversely, the customer has to be patient as any dog within the 8-10 months period may not yet show great reactions to the presence of strangers, but certainly would not be expected to demonstrate complete indifference!
The same replacement procedure would apply if it emerged, that due to health problems attributed to hereditary factors or genetic in nature, the animal was unsuitable. In this case, the customer, after taking the dog to a veterinarian is required to submit a report in writing from the vet outlining the issues discovered, the dog must then be available to return to the breeder who should then offer a replacement of the puppy or full refund of money. The breeder has the right to submit the report to his own vet who will then liaise with the client within a few days to reach an agreement.
All these guarantees are the basic rules with no hidden small print. The breeder should not hesitate to put them in writing upon request of the purchaser.
The Turkmen International can offer references relating to after-sales with its customers on request, also to guarantee in writing, a simple professional contract. Piece of mind when buying your Central Asian Shepherd dog (Ovcharka).
Pet quarantine rules relaxed from January 2012
From 1 January 2012, pets coming into the UK will no longer have to spend six months in quarantine.
This is because much-improved rabies vaccines and treatments mean that quarantine, a practice dating from the 1800s, is no longer necessary to protect the UK from rabies. However, all pets will still need to be vaccinated against rabies. For more information contact us at Central Asian Shepherd Dog UK