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October 8, 2021

Spay Neuter Agreement

Filed under: Uncategorized — Chris Chaten @ 1:43 PM

By signing below, I agree, as a buyer, to have this dog castrated no later than ___ and I understand that this contract is an agreement so that this dog does not produce puppies, neither raised intentionally nor by accidental breeding. If a pregnancy occurs intentionally or accidentally, the buyer agrees to pay the additional costs of a breeding dog of 7000.00 USD. The permanent possession of this dog depends on your compliance with this addition. The breeder must obtain proof that the castration/castration process was carried out no later than when the female is 6 months old and the male puppy is 9 months old. The proof must be available within fourteen (14) days from the end of the operation. This notification may take the form of a spay/castration certificate or an invoice from the veterinarian attesting that the procedure has been terminated. If the dog`s health does not allow compliance with this agreement, the breeder must receive a statement from your veterinary clarifier that this dog is not yet in physical or emotional condition for the operation. Based on the evaluation of this dog by the veterinarian, the buyer will contact the veterinarian and set the earliest date on which the procedure can be performed. The buyer will inform the breeder in writing of this modification, on this date all other conditions of this contract will apply and will be applied. I agree that the pet described above should be modified no later than (date) by a licensed veterinarian of my choice. I acknowledge that I am responsible for all costs related to the castration of my pet and that the A Forever-Home Rescue Foundation does not cover these costs. The castration/castration provisions are, for a specific reason, contained in breeders` contracts. For many good reasons, in fact.

Talk to your veterinarian and breeder about any concerns you have. Ask for the dog`s parents` papers and health certificates. Ask about genetics and bloodline. By carefully controlling the dog population and intentionally monitoring health outcomes, we can contribute to the well-being of our beloved dog companions. A sign for a good coach is that he needs a contract signed by you to continue. These breeders` contracts describe things like capitulation guidelines (most breeders require you to bring the animal back to them if you can no longer keep it instead of handing it over to a pound) and castration requirements. If you buy the dog as a pet, it is very common for the breeder to book it already, or require you to do so and provide proof (veterinary certificate) within a set period of time. These rules of castration and castration can sometimes be accompanied by questions asked by potential owners. What is the intention? Are they really necessary? In the event of no operation, Lakefront Labradoodles LLC must receive an explanation from your veterinarian that this dog is not yet in physical or emotional condition for the operation. Based on the evaluation of this dog by the veterinarian, the BUYER will contact the veterinarian and set the earliest date for the intervention. BUYER will communicate this date in writing to Lakefront Labradoodles LLC, on that date all other terms of this Agreement will apply and be enforced.

Most breeders` contracts require that pet quality dogs be castrated or castrated. But as veterinary attitudes and research evolve, the age at which surgical sterilization is performed can vary widely. Some breeders require owners to wait for the dog to stop ripening and closing the growth plates — one year for most breeds, 18 months for larger dogs — which some studies have shown reduces the risk of bone cancer…

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