When puppies are picked up, I have you sign this agreement so no need to send to me before...thanks
Spay and Neuter Contract
The following agreement is between Celestial Star Kennel/Celeste Militzer (breeder), hereafter referred to as "Seller", and ______________, hereafter referred to as "Purchaser".
COLOR: ____________________________ SEX: ______________
LITTER REG. NO.: ______________ DOB: ______________
SIRE: ____________________________ SIRE'S AKC REG. NO.: ______________
DAM: ____________________________ DAM'S AKC REG. NO.: ______________
Purchaser agrees to neuter/spay the puppy. Purchaser agrees to supply Seller with a veterinarian's letter as proof of a neuter/spay.
Breeding this dog is considered BREACH OF CONTRACT.
It is understood by all parties to this agreement that this puppy of the above specified description is of pet quality. Puppy is being sold with a “limited registration”.
This contract contains the entire agreement between the parties and no statement or verbal agreements made by either party that are not
contained in this written contract shall be valid or binding. This contract may not be modified or altered except in writing and signed by both parties.
We the undersigned have read, understood and agree with the terms of this contract.
Printed Name of Buyer: ______________________Buyer Signature:____________________________
Printed Name of Seller: Celeste Militzer
Signature of Seller: __Celeste Militzer___
3112 Cool Springs Church Road
Metter, Georgia 30439
When to spay/neuter: Generally this should be done when the puppy has reached at least 5-6 months for a female and 6-8 months for a male. 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.
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. Makes for a better pet all around.