I recently bought a purebred puppy from a seemingly reputable breeder* in West Virginia. Five days after bringing it home (to PA), it had a seizure. It has had three more in the three weeks I've had it.
From what I have been able to gather on the internet, W.VA does not have a puppy Lemon Law.
The breeder seemed to be quite good and initially offered (verbally) to give me a full refund, but now is claiming that the pup has been having seizures because of over-vaccination. ("Vaccinosis" is not recognized in the allopathic veterinary literature as a real diagnosis, but is much discussed on all-natural sites, similar to the anti-vaxx info, though, truth be told, some of it seems reasonable. But that's a rabbit hole right now.) I'm not even sure if I return the pup that I'll get any of my money back.
What is my best recourse?
*I used to breed Border Collies, and feel competent to assess breeders (my stupid hubris...) I called other breeders who vouched for her (granted, it's a rare breed, so there aren't a whole boatload of breeders and they all seem to be "good buds") and inspected her home/breeding facilities/puppy care and socialization areas/practices before reserving a puppy, so please no comments about that. I feel bad enough that I've fallen in love with an epileptic puppy - or worse, one with a neurodegenerative disorder - whose estimated mature weight will be 140 pounds.