referred to as "Seller", and ____________________________, hereafter referred to
hundred & fifty dollars ($400.00) is a nonrefundable deposit, the Seller transfers all
rights in fee simple determinable, privileges and responsibilities associated with the
ownership of the female/male puppy of the __Goldendoodle_______ breed to
Purchaser as of the date and time specified below with the following conditions
Purchaser agrees to neuter/spay the puppy before it reaches one year of age or what
your Vet recommends. Purchaser agrees to supply Seller with a veterinarian's letter by
mail or email as proof of a neuter/spay. If Purchaser fails to neuter/spay this puppy and
provide proof to the Seller by one year of age, rights and ownership of the dog will
automatically terminate and revert back to Seller who may immediately assume
possession of the dog. Seller's reasonable attorney's fees for recovery of the dog will It
is understood by all parties to this agreement that this puppy of the above specified
description is of pet quality. Purchaser acknowledges and agrees that this puppy will
be registered by limited registration. In the event that the Purchaser does not have the
puppy properly neutered/spayed, any offspring issuing from this pet-quality puppy are
not eligible for registration with the AKC, CKC or UKC.
When to spay/neuter: Generally this should be done when the puppy has reached at
least 9 months. The older the dog, the more able it will be to withstand the anesthesia.
There is no need to wait for a female to have her first heat cycle before she is spayed.
In fact, you can avoid the problems associated with estrus by spaying her before it
occurs. There is also no need to wait for the male to become sexually mature. Studies
are showing that the older the pup the better it is for their joints. Talk to your
Veterinarian before making your decision to see what she/he thinks.
Why spay/neuter: Fixing your dog prevents pregnancy and the birth of unwanted
puppies. It avoids the need to restrain the dog during estrus. It keeps both sexes from
roaming away from your house in search of a mate. It reduces the tendency of male
dogs to urinate in the house, marking his territory. Licensing fees are also cheaper.
Additionally, it avoids reproductive-related problems such as tumors, pyometra, false
pregnancy, prostate infections, and old-age cancers.
Why should this dog be spayed/neutered? Any puppy sold as a pet should not be
bred. This is simply for the improvement and maintenance of the breeding line.
Breeders have striven for years to select and perfect the working ability of the breed.
intelligence (which is why they have been noted as one of the most intelligent breed of
dogs). Dogs are eligible for a breeding program only if they are able to reproduce
either their own quality or better quality in each successive generation. Breeding is not
to be done casually nor is it a money-making venture. It is not a hobby and is very time
consuming and energy demanding. By demanding that this pet-quality puppy be
neutered/spayed, it avoids mass-production of average quality puppies, controls the
already overblown dog population, and improves the overall fitness of the line.
This does not mean that this puppy is an inferior dog. This puppy is as capable as any
of its littermates of becoming a lovable, well-trained, and perfectly happy dog. Given
the proper amount of love and attention, nothing should prevent this puppy from
becoming an excellent companion and family member.
We the undersigned have read, understood and agree with the terms of this contract.
Date ___________ Seller/breeder_________________________________