If so, what level of training did it require you to complete with your dog?
NICE!! This is more like what I was hoping to hear.I don't have a training "requirement" but I have a training incentive.
BH: 25% off the next dog
IPO 1: 50%
IPO 2: 75%
IPO 3: Free puppy of equal value of my first dog, and I pay the difference on a higher value pup.
Pretty good contract if you ask me!
I plan on making training to an OB level 2 or equivalent, with the trainer of their choice, a requirement in the first 2 years with my first litter. This is a very achievable level but puts the onus on the owner to get their dog socialized and trained. If an experienced owner/trainer/competitor purchased a dog, this would be waived though.
My dog, my choice. I don't sign contracts with lots of strings attached (breeding, registration, training, co-ownerships). I'll decide what to train my dogs and when.I haven't thought this all the way through, hence the curiosity, but what's the drawback / reason you would not?
You appear to be an exceptional dog owner, though. I imagine it wouldn't be an issue, because your breeder would already be aware of your commitment ?My dog, my choice. I don't sign contracts with lots of strings attached (breeding, registration, training, co-ownerships). I'll decide what to train my dogs and when.