Kian's Mom Posted December 31, 2013 Report Share Posted December 31, 2013 Most anyone looking for a puppy will find that every breeder has their own contract regarding Registration ( Limited or Full ) Spay/Neuter, Deposit, Co-Owner for their own reasons. Those of you that do or have bred how easy is it to enforce them? Here are some examples of what I have read. Limited:Because you don't want your pups being bred to anything that would not better the breed. This I get. But say someone doesn't care that any pups out of that dog cannot be registered and breeds them anyway. This can be lifted if certain requirements are met. Such as Certain test are done with certain results and mated with a dog with said test and results. Full registration: You can only breed to dogs that have had certain test and results, I get this. Bitch can only be bred X number of times between the ages of X & O. Spay/Neuter- Do you keep the registration papers until you get certification that this has been done? If not what if they never have them done? Co-Owner : So you have a say so in who this pup is bred to and meets your requirement that dog will complement the other and add something to better the breed. This I get In some that they have achieved a title in whatever they specify. Then you will lift the co-owner part. You must never sell or turn the dog over to a rescue. There was one that I think it was like $10,000.00 if you registered the dog AKC.Which I know the breeder of the puppy has to sign the papers. Are the contracts a good indication on what type of breeder they are? If some of my wording in not correct I'm sorry and I'm not trying to start a war about breeding or not. Just trying to understand more about the contracts. Which I understand the reasoning behind each one, but not the content, if that makes any sense. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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