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Puppy Go Home Information

#1. ORDER FOOD
Puppies are eating Muenster Milling Ocean Fish w/ Grains. They will come home with 3 pounds of food to get you started. I highly recommend you keep them on this food for at least the first 30 days after you take them home. Click the box to go to the ordering page. It ships straight from the manufacturer to your home via UPS. Use code robison55 to get 55% off your first order. I am an affiliate and do get credit for purchases made with my link or coupon code.

#2. ORDER NUVET IMMUNE SUPPLEMENT

Puppies get one NuVet supplement a day. I break it into multiple pieces and it's a great, high value, treat. Your puppy pack includes a 90 day supply of NuVet to get your puppy started. Consistently keeping your Belle Vista Schnauzer on NuVet extends the health warranty by two years. I am an affiliate and do get credit for purchases made with my link or code.

#3. SIGN UP FOR 30 DAYS OF ACCIDENT/ILLNESS INSURANCE

I am partnered with Trupanion to provide your new puppy with 30 days of insurance. 

Overview of the Go Home Day Offer 

·         30 days of coverage with no obligation

·         Immediate coverage, waiting periods are waived

·         $250 deductible and 90% coverage, no payout limits

No matter where you live, their coverage for accidents and illness is the same. No waiting periods, no payout limits, and immediate peace of mind coverage with a full Trupanion policy. I don't get any credit if you sign up, only the piece of mind that your puppy is covered for the first 30 days.

Your offer is time sensitive—YOU must activate within 24 hours before or after go home. If you choose not to activate this offer, Belle Vista will not be responsible for any Vet expenses incurred.

CODE: BR1BV41621  *for all clients except New York


NY PROMO CODE: BR2BV4162

#4. REVIEW HEALTH WARRANTY & CONTRACT

A hard copy will be printed out and ready for you to sign on pick up day. Review it now and if you have any questions reach out to me for clarification before pick up day.

#5. MAKE A VET APPOINTMENT WITHIN 5 BUSINESS DAYS PER THE CONTRACT. 

 

No vaccines are necessary at this time. You are asking for a puppy wellness exam to ensure you took home a healthy puppy.

Call your vet as soon as you know your pick up date to schedule this appointment.

#6. JOIN THE PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP

Comprised of other Belle Vista Schnauzer owners. 

 

We share, ask for and offer advice, host a monthly contest, some families set up play dates, and much more! I love that it helps me stay up to date with my puppies.

You have to request to join and answer the questions! 

#7. RECOMENDED PRODUCTS

Most of the products can be found on Amazon. I have an affiliate account with Amazon and get credit for items you purchase via my links.

#8. PUPPY PROOF YOUR HOUSE AND REST

You will have a baby in the house soon and the first few weeks can be tough on everyone. Please remember to reduce the stress for the puppy. For 5 days do not go anywhere except the vet. Never wake your puppy. They needs lots of sleep and time to adjust! 

#9. PUPPY CARE PACKET

Tips and Tricks to bringing home a new puppy!

#10. PAY FOR YOUR PUPPY 

I will email the week before pick up day with your final total owed. The amount is affected by any repeat customer discounts, prior dog titles earned, deduction of waitlist and deposit fees, etc. If you need to know the amount and don't see the email, feel free to reach out.

I only accept the following payment types on pick up day:

  • Credit/debit/bank transfer through Gooddog.com (link below)

  • Cash (preferably in large bills)

 

Checks, money orders, and PayPal will not be accepted and coming unprepared could cause you to be bumped to another litter.

#11. PLEASE STAY IN TOUCH

Whether it's an annual Christmas card, a short email or text every now and then, or participating in the Facebook group, please keep me updated on how your Belle Vista Schnauzer is doing. I will occasionally ask you to fill out a short survey about the health of your dog and this helps me make future breeding decisions. I love to know that all is well. The old adage of "no news is good news" isn't always accurate and I'd rather know for sure.

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