Lifetime Guarantee

1. Lifetime Satisfaction Guarantee

If at any time during the life of a Kimbertal Doberman or Rottweiler, the pup is found not to be compatible with the situation of the original purchaser, the pup may be returned (along with their AKC certificate) to the kennel, and be replaced at no charge. The owner’s “word” is all that is needed for the replacement.

2. Money Back Guarantee

One third of the purchase price may be refunded if your Kimbertal Doberman or Rottweiler receives a championship, CD or CDX, or any of the 1, 2, or 3 Schutzhund titles. If a total of three titles are earned, a 100% refund of the purchase price is available.

3. 12-Month Health Guarantee

If your Kimbertal Doberman or Rottweiler dies or is crippled by Distemper, Hepatitis, or Leptospirosis within twelve months after purchase, return the AKC certificate and we will replace him at no additional charge.

4. Lifetime Guarantee Against Dysplasia

If, at any time during the life of a Kimbertal Doberman or Rottweiler, he is found to be crippled from dysplasia, return him to the kennel, along with AKC certificate, and we will replace the dog at no additional charge.

5. 12-month Guarantee Against Congenital Defect or Disease

If your Kimbertal Doberman or Rottweiler develops a condition dating from the prenatal stage, return him to the kennel with the AKC certificate, and he will be replaced at no charge.

6. Lifetime Parvo Virus Guarantee

If your Kimbertal Doberman or Rottweiler dies from Parvo Virus, return the AKC certificate along with the laboratory verification and we will replace him at no charge.

7. Show Guarantee

If the Kimbertal Doberman or Rottweiler purchased for show is shown with concerted effort and proper handling and does not finish by the age of two-and-one-half years, return the dog and the AKC certificate to the kennel and he will be replaced at no additional charge.

8. Limitations of Guarantee

The guarantee applies to the original puppy only and is non-transferable. The puppy must be in good physical condition and ears (for Dobermans) must be standing. No replacement will be given for males or females that have been bred, neutered or spayed. The puppy or adult dog must be returned to the kennel. The owner is responsible for transportation costs to and from the kennel.

Effective February 1, 1978