Labrador Retriever - New Owner Agreement
The puppy you have purchased was whelped to a healthy bitch
by a healthy sire and is, to the best of the breeders knowledge,
a healthy puppy. Your puppy has been examined by a veterinarian at xxxAnimal
Hospital on April 20 (on the day of dew-clawing) and on May 29, and was
declared healthy and free of birth defects.
In case a crippling birth defect is diagnosed within the first year of your puppys life, you can return it for a full refund to the breeder.
Your puppy has been dewormed on May 6 and May 19, and has been vaccinated by the breeder on May 23 (parvorirus) and May 30 (puppy combination 5x vaccine + Coronavirus). Your puppys health record is attached.
Your dog was bred out of love to his parents and to their breed in hopes to share with you the joy of living with a good and loving dog. To my knowledge neither your puppy nor his parents were ever treated with cruelty or harmed. Neither the puppy nor his parents have ever shown any signs of aggression. It is believed that your puppy can grow to be a well-behaved, loving and loyal companion if treated well.
Treat your dog with love and respect.
Educate yourself regarding nutrition, training, exercise, housing, socialization and medical needs of Labrador Retrievers. Labrador retrievers require large breed food (breeders recommendation is Iams Large Breed Puppy food for the first 18 to 24 months of your puppys life and then Iams Large Breed Adult). They also require training and regular mental challenges, physical activity (retrieving, running, walking and swimming) and would be happier if they are allowed to live at home with you.
Take your dog to your vet as soon as possible (preferably within 24 hours) to evaluate his / her health and schedule a vaccination and flee / heartworm protection schedule and regular checkups. Follow this schedule. Do not take your dog to public places frequented by other dogs until the vaccination schedule is completed.
License your dog with the local authorities, which requires
continuous Rabies vaccination.
If for any reason you become unable to keep your dog, attempt to find it a new loving home. Failing this you may return the dog to the breeder.
If you intend to breed your dog:
Do not breed an unhealthy dog.
Do not breed before performing OFA required hip and elbow X ray and getting approval of your dogs hips and X-ray. Do not breed a dog with abnormal results. These X rays cannot be performed before your dog is 24 months old.
Breed your dog with a dog who meets the same or higher health standards. In selecting your dogs mate consider the dogs temperament, trainability and looks.
Consult your vet. before breeding your dog. And follow your vets instructions in care for the bitch and puppies. Educate yourself about breeding and whelping Labrador Retrievers and the care of the young puppies.
Do not breed excessively.
Prevent the whelping of unwanted / unplanned litters isolate your bitch during heat and keep your stud from bitches who may be in heat. If there is a way to mate dogs will find it. It is YOUR responsibility to prevent unplanned mating.
Find responsible and loving owners for the puppies.
If you do not intend to breed your dog:
Have your dog spayed or neutered as soon as your vet is prepared to perform the procedure.
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