- Breed: Alaskan Malamute/Canadian Timberwolf
- Gender: Female
- Registry: registerable
- Personality: fun-loving
- Date Available: Apr 10 2019
Meet Kodak, a bundle of cuteness right to the core. Born in Oakland, CA, Kodak entered the world on 02/14/19 and is a Alaskan Malamute/Canadian Timberwolf puppy who sports a beautiful multi-colored coat. This fur-ball is excited to meet the family and start making memories! Kodak will arrive home family raised, loved, and healthy. The parents display sociable and playful qualities, and already Kodak is sporting a fun-loving personality. We strive to provide quality puppies for sale in Oakland, CA and are ready to either meet in person or ship Kodak right to your front door. If you’re ready to douse Kodak with lots of love and care, call us today at 201 575 0710.
- Vet Checked
- Up to Date Vaccinations
- Child Friendly
Meet Mianna & Mató, the two behind Lakota Raised, a kennel specialized in working with wolf hybrids. Growing up in a native household, Mató has been working with dogs, horses and other animals since his youth. Mató & Mianna started this partnership in 2015 and have been very successful since. The two highly value compassion and integrity, helping to raise well loved and good natured puppies. Today they are proud to offer their newest litter of Wolamutes (Canadian Timberwolf and Alaskan Malamute hybrids), who have been handled daily by all in the family, children included. This breed is famous for their loyalty, athleticism and intelligence. These breeders love to see new owners enjoy this breed as much as they do and remain an open source for tips on training/care. Wolf hybrids love the outdoors, a good amount of exercise and require a fair amount of training. Every Lakota Raised puppy is guaranteed to be health-tested, vet-checked and vaccinated upon adoption. To be notified of future puppy litters, call or text Mianna at 201.575.0710.
Shipping from : United States (US)
|Within United States (US)||$400|
Delivery options are always up to what the breeder feels is best for the puppy. Breeders are able to edit this default shipping policy on their Shipping tab.
Your new puppy is guaranteed against fatal viral diseases up to seven (7) days beyond the date that the puppy is taken home. The puppy MUST be examined by a veterinarian within seven (7) days for this guarantee to be valid.
If the veterinarian finds abnormal results in the exam (apart from any imperfection that was made known to new owner at the time of sale), then the breeder must be called immediately and copies of the vet report(s) supplied to the breeder. After this is provided, the breeder will offer a reimbursement or solution based on the veterinarian's findings. In case of a puppy's death within the seven (7) day period, an autopsy, by a state veterinary lab, must be arranged and paid for by the new owner, and findings must be submitted to the breeder before any exchange will be made. Your new puppy is also guaranteed up to, and no more than, one (1) year from purchase date against major genetic defects, effecting the heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, etc. If the examining veterinarian concludes that the puppy has a serious genetic illness, the breeder must be notified and proper documentation provided to the breeder by the veterinarian. Once this is received and reviewed, the new owner will have the option to bring the puppy back in exchange for another puppy of equal or lesser value, or a reimbursement (whether in part or in full) will be provided at the breeder's discretion. At no time will your credit exceed the purchase price of your puppy. The breeder is not responsible for any veterinarian bills you incur with your new puppy. Buyer acknowledges that they are purchasing a pet and that the breeder cannot guarantee size, weight, conformation, temperament, or breeding ability. The breeder can assume no responsibility for this puppy after leaving the premises for any medical expense, death, or allergies. This guarantee DOES NOT INCLUDE the following: Hypoglycemia, Colds/Upper Respiratory Infection, Coccidia, Giardia and other minor iIInesses. These conditions are all treatable and do not warrant a reimbursement. If for some reason you cannot take care of your puppy or cannot keep it any longer, please return the puppy to us. Known abnormality(s) or surgery(s) prior to puppy going home: "I, the new puppy owner, hereby agree to the above purchase agreement and Health Guarantee for my new puppy, and I signify that I have been made aware of any known abnormalities or surgeries regarding my puppy. Furthermore, I will commit to providing the best possible care to my new puppy after it leaves the breeder's premises." New Puppy Owner's Signature ____________________________________________________________ Date____________________________________ Breeders are able to edit this default Return Policy/Health Guarantee on their Shipping tab. Print Puppy Contract here.