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Doppler Rebate Program for NCA Members

Doppler Rebate Program Details

The NCA Charitable Trust announces a rebate program to subsidize the cardiac evaluation of breeding stock using Doppler technology.

The Newfoundland Health Challenge is offering a Doppler Rebate to encourage our breeders to use this gold standard of heart evaluations for breeding stock. The Doppler Rebate Program is for all breeding Newfoundlands owned by NCA members.

A $100 rebate will be issued upon receipt of the signed cardiologist report. (A $50.00 rebate will be issued upon receipt of the signed cardiologist report from a Doppler clinic held at a National Specialty, since they are already discounted significantly.)

• Dogs must be owned by an NCA Member

• Dogs must be between the ages of 12 months and 7 years

• Dogs must be intact

• Doppler study must be performed by a Board certified cardiologist

The program will begin on January 1, 2011 and rebates will only be available to dogs dopplered after that date. Rebates cannot be issued for tests done prior to the start of the program. The rebate program has a cap of $5,000 and will be available on a first come, first serve basis until the funds are exhausted.

This program is being funded by the Newfoundland Health Challenge.

Download a Rebate Application








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