We deliver our puppies Pyrenean Mastiff and Jack Russell Terrier in the following conditions:
- From two months of age. If the puppy is going to travel outside of Spain, it must be taken into account that there is a minimum age for pets to travel, depending on the requirements to accept the entry of animals in the country of destination.
- Enrolled in LOE, Spanish Origins Book managed by the Royal Canine Society of Spain. We provide proof of registration to the new owners, with this document we certify officially the pedigree of the puppy.
- Properly primary vaccinees:
Against distemper and canine parvovirus at 6 weeks.At 8 weeks against distemper, leptospirosis, parvovirus, canine hepatitis and canine adenovirus type 1 and 2.The veterinarian records in the passport the vaccines supplied, the date the vaccination was made and its validity.
- Puppies are under veterinary supervision from birth until we deliver them to their new families.
- Accompanied of Official Passport valid for the European Union, issued by a veterinarian registered at the College of Veterinarians of Zaragoza.
- Legally identified by subcutaneous microchip.
- With warranty contract and a document including breeding and care tips.
- Just washed and groomed in one of the best canine salons of Zaragoza.
A puppy Reis D'Aragón is a puppy bred with constant care and attention to his development, devoting much time, energy and money.
As a result of our experience and care when we deliver our puppies to you, they are socialized and ready to adapt to their new home.
The price of our puppies is the price for having a puppy raised in the best conditions, from a rigorous selection of the best lines, prioritizing tipicity, character and health.
And we want our puppies have the best possible living conditions, they are not a bear but living beings with all that it means. The arrival of a puppy is an act that involves a commitment for the coming years.
Our puppies are registered in the L.O.E. of the Real Sociedad Canina de España (R.S.C.E.), what does this mean?
The Libro de Orígenes Español (L.O.E) is the Spanish Stud Book in which the Royal Canine Society of Spain (R.S.C.E.) enrolls purebred dogs wich have recognized at least three full generations. That is, for a dog to be registered in the L.O.E., at least his parents, grandparents and greatgrandparents (the 14 specimens) must be registered in stud books of officially recognized canine entities.
In Spain, for their future offspring can be registered in the L.O.E., the law requires that, prior being used for breeding, stallions and bitchs of Spanish races pass a CONFIRMATION OF BREED, in which they must obtain the result of suitable for breeding. Therefore, being the Pyrenean Mastiff a Spanish breed, both the stud and the bitch of each of our litters have been reviewed by a qualified judge to verify that they don't have major defects or deviations from the standard that can be transmited to their offspring.
The Real Sociedad Canina de España is a member of the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (F.C.I.), which is a global canine organization, it's made up of 86 canine societies of different countries, this implies that the pedigrees issued by the R.S.C.E. are recognized by kennel clubs from other member countries of the F.C.I.
Registration of the puppies in L.O.E. is a certificate that the puppy is purebred, descendant of purebred specimens and with the possibility, at the same time, of having purebred descendants. It is a document admitted in national and international competitions.
For future owners of our puppies has a much greater importance because it involves the security of the dog that will live in their home for the next years is a typical specimen, which meets the standard of its race, both in terms of its looks like its temperament, and later when the puppy has grown it will retain the characteristic features of its race without unexpected variations.
Formalities for non-commercial movements of pet animals between European Union countries
To travel between EU countries, dogs must:
- Be marked by means of a transponder.
- Have received an anti-rabies vaccination, valid at the time of travel. The period of validity of the vaccination starts not less than 21 days the completion of the vaccination protocol.
- Be accompanied by a European pet passport completed and issued by an authorised veterinarian. The passport includes information and details of the anti-rabies vaccination.
Additional requirements (United Kingdom, Ireland, Malta, Norway and Finland):
- Treatment against the tapeworm Echinococcus multilocularis administered 24-120 hours before the time scheduled entry into the country.