Spay Or Neuter Agreement
For what it`s worth, our vet said that while they see real benefits for waiting, they feel that you can get as many benefits by feeding high quality food, give common supplements (our dog gets Dasuquin, but consult your vet for supplements that are best for your particular dog) and guarantee the corresponding amount of exercise with a limited load on the joints/hips. They said they`d rather see someone do all this and fix it early, rather than feed the and castration later. The Calgary Human Society receives more than 5,000 pets each year. Each of these pets has a cost of care in the facility. Not to mention the psychological effects on the animal that has been handed over, and the real risk that they will be deemed inappropriate or unable to resume. If your breeder insists that your new dog be neutered or neutered, they will help reduce cases of accidental litters, many of which end up in the pound. I agree that the pet described above will be modified no later than (date) by a licensed veterinarian of my choice. I recognize that I am responsible for all spay/Neuter costs for my pet and that the Forever-Home Rescue Foundation takes no responsibility for these costs. A sign of a good coach is that they need a contract signed by you to continue. These breeder contracts will outline things like the capitulation policy (most breeders will require you to return the animal to them if you can no longer hold it instead of handing it over to a pound), and spay or castration requirements. If buying the dog as a pet, it is very common for the breeder, either deliver them already fixed, or require you to do so and proof (veterinary certificates) within a given period of time.
These spay and castration rules can sometimes come with questions from potential owners. What is the intention? Are they really necessary? Spay/kaster provisions are in breeder contracts for a reason. For a lot of good reasons, actually. Talk to your veterinarian and breeder about any concerns you have. Ask for the dog`s parents` health certificates and papers. Ask about genetics and bloodline. By carefully controlling the canine population and deliberately relying on health outcomes, we can contribute to the well-being of our popular dog companions. Most breeders` contracts require quality dogs to be neutered or neutered.