I recently inquired about buying a Dalmatian puppy from AKC. I wanted to consider all the possibilities with my new puppy, the ability to show or breed or neuter, etc. I was shocked after the breeder projected himself on me and shouted all the negative thoughts she apparently ever had about people who grow dals, I`m not that kind of person. I was sent a contract, to take it into account, I had to send my puppy back to her at maturity so that he could reproduce, and she would have the litter and then send the puppy back. I rejected her contract and she as a breeder. I learned from other people that she had sent an alarm to all breeders to be warned that they should not sell me a puppy. This breeder is crazy to think that she can scare me if I show her contract, I appreciate myself or hurt myself by blacklisting me because my goals and needs were different from hers. She was dominant and controlling, and emotionally, she seemed to be on board. It is really also the joy of looking for a puppy. What should I do now? She urged all the breeders she could not to sell me a dal. Another breeder, his friend, apparently said that I had said some outrageous things. If I didn`t think their contract was enforceable, scandalous, then so be it.
I didn`t deserve this, I didn`t do anything wrong, except control the domination or the breeders. no one deserves that. How can I ask other breeders she has blacklisted to give it away? I considered a private detective to help her with her slander and the damage she caused me. We simply have a different opinion about buying a puppy. Also, keep in mind that while a contract may earn you financial compensation for certain problems, it won`t take your dog in poor health and make him healthy, or make your dog incapable and stable. There is an animal to consider here, and contracts do not affect that in any way. Do your research! Personally, I don`t care if an animal I buy comes with a contract or not; My top priority is an honest and ethical breeder who tells me what I need to know. At this point, I gladly take my chances and take full responsibility for the well-being of this dog. For everyone “but the contract must have that!” Statement that I saw, I easily found reasons why this statement might not be in the best interest of the dog in various circumstances. A dog or puppy may be sold only in authorized premises and, in the case of breeders, in approved premises where it was born and raised. .
This means that it would be illegal to sell or buy a dog or puppy in a public place or market, unless it is part of the authorized premises. 10 Steps to Buying a Puppy How to Recognize a Puppy Dealer Puppy Breeding Laws More Tips What is the Puppy Contract? . It contains information provided by the breeder or seller that buyers can use to make a decision about buying the puppy they saw. For breeders, the contract is a record of the thought and attention they have devoted to the breeding and care of their puppies. Lucy`s law is named after a small dog named Lucy, a King Charles Spaniel rider. Her harrowing story of the terrible conditions she endured as a breeding machine on a puppy farm helped highlight the need for legislation to crack down on this cruel and indiscriminate trade. Marc Abraham, a tv veterinarian and defender of Lucy`s law, has written a book about Lucy`s story: Lucy`s Law: The Story of a Small Dog Who Changed the World. In good faith, the breeder must be ready to take back the returned puppy. But owners should always understand the dedication and dedication that a dog needs before buying. The Scottish SPCA has created an assured breeders Scheme to facilitate and secure the purchase of a puppy from a breeder. Elsewhere, you can start your search with the Kennel Club`s Assured Breeders program. It records how the puppy was raised by the breeder and determines what is expected of the puppy`s parents.
For breeders, this covers things like the health, age, and socialization of the puppy, and for new owners, it covers the ongoing care of the puppy. I adopted a dog from a rescue and he had behavioral problems. .