House of Hepley was founded by a 100% disabled veteran- with PTSD. Boston Terriers have changed his life. The precious gift of unconditional love, pure selfless loyalty, and a forever companion has helped him to learn the thrills of living again. We could only wish to share this remarkable magic with everyone we meet! Until we win the lottery, we have chosen to reach out to the Veteran Population first.
For our selfless American Veterans, we could never thank you enough.
Here at the House Of Hepley... we want to try to lighten your load. Every season, our top "pick of the litter" can be adopted to a Disabled Veteran. The only cost that the Veteran may incur is possibly travel charges (if puppy needs to travel), and a $50 charge for the puppy's microchip. Puppy will be an AKC Hepley Boston of choice. Puppy will have first booster shots,first set of wormings, guaranteed health certificate against genetic diseases, the AKC registration papers with Limited Registration, and of course a lifetime (optional - although we can be compelling) friendship with House of Hepley.
You do not need to be the veteran to apply, please explain in your email if you are applying for a friend, relative, etc:
Please ensure the following:
1. The veteran must have been awarded at least 90% disabled through the Department of Veteran Affairs.
2. The veteran must have the means to continue the puppy's veterinarian shots and other normal costs that owners incur with a new puppy.
3. The veteran will be asked to sign a contract that specifically states the puppy will be maintained in good health, or we will be allowed to retrieve the puppy.
At this moment in time, we can only provide 1 veteran per season this deal, so please be sure to add your name now! We are currently attempting a donation program - and if we reach our goal there is the possibility of TWO veterans receiving a Boston Terrier! We hope to see good results, tell a friend, share on Facebook and soon, maybe in the future, we could afford to provide multiple veterans with puppies! Thank you so much!