We are happy to report in the 7 years we have been breeding we have NEVER produced a puppy with Mitral Heart Disease, Syringomyelia, Epilepsy, Episodic Falling Syndrome, Fly Catcher's Syndrome or any of the other major health issues that Cavaliers can have. Now, this is not to say it could not happen but we are so pleased it hasn't so far. Our oldest puppies are going on 5 years old and all are healthy! God has truly blessed us!

We WILL NOT sell our puppies to PUPPY MILLS , BROKERS, or PET STORES under any circumstances.


We WILL only sell puppies to LOVING HOMES as lifetime companions.

Along with your new puppy, what do you get?

Each puppy leaves Kingston Cavaliers for their new home with the following:


     
      
A record of current vaccinations & wormings
                      ...Until our puppies go to their new homes,
                      ...they are vaccinated at 6, 9 and 12 weeks of age
                      ...and are wormed every week from 2 to 8 weeks old. (we do skip week 5)
                     You get a puppy pack from Eukanuba (includes sample pack of food)
AKC registration papers
sample of vitamins
FAQ sheet
vet heath certificate
shot/worming record
special "toy"

      

      A health check from our veterinarian
     
Our puppies get a comprehensive Vet examination, not just a quick once-over.
Our puppies must pass the Vet physical before they they go to their new homes.
          Puppies who are flying will also get a Health Certificate & Acclimation Certificate.
     
1-year money back guarantee for congenital life-threatening genetic disorders                
Must be verified by your Veterinarian & confirmed by our Veterinarian.
If this should happen you would receive a new puppy or a refund.
You can trust that we back our puppies 100%. If you should have any problems whatsoever let us know. God has truly blessed us and we want to continue to receive those blessings so we would NEVER turn our backs on you the adopter.
Most breeders do not offer refunds but we do and think it is the only fair way to be!
You may not want another puppy from the same breeder if you had a bad experience.
You should always be given a choice!
We would NEVER ask you to return a puppy with life-threatening problems. We see this as a technique that some breeders use to free them from their obligations. They know that most dogs lovers could never return their puppy. It is your puppy and should live out the remainder of it's life with you. If you choose to return the puppy we would certainly grant your wishes. You will still receive a refund or another puppy.


Our veterinarian checks for any sign of genetic defects. We guarantee that, at the time they leave our care, our puppies are free of any obvious genetic defects, or serious health problems whatsoever.

What are your responsibilities?

It is your responsibility to take your new puppy to your veterinarian within a few days after they arrive at your home for a comprehensive health check-up. Remember, due to their age,
your new puppy may not have had all their required vaccinations yet, and must never be exposed to other pets until your veterinarian has verified that all the pets are completely healthy and free of parasites & infectious diseases. We advise you to have your new puppy vet checked within 72 hours.

Under no circumstances should you ever surrender your dog to an animal shelter! If you should ever find yourself in a situation where you cannot keep your Cavalier we ask that you contact us for help with placement of your dog in another home. If necessary, we will take them back and provide a loving home for them until they can be placed elsewhere.

How do you get your new puppy home?

You are always welcome to pick up your new puppy here in Kinston, NC. Come in and have some sweet tea or a cup of coffee and visit with us a while. We'd love to meet you and show off our sweet Cav's.
If you are unable to come we will reluctantly ship the puppy to you.
You would be responsible for all shipping fees. The only time we would not be able to have you come in our home is when we a litter of puppies that is under the age of 6 weeks. At 6 weeks they get their first booster shot. Before then the puppies are susceptible to any/all diseases. We would never take that risk as we love them way too much!!!

What's the bottom line?

When our puppies leave our care, they are HAPPY, HEALTHY, WELL-SOCIALIZED, and have had LOTS OF T.L.C. ! It is our goal that they stay that way.
Anything less just "aint" good enough for a Kingston Cavalier! :o)

 

 

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