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Spay & Neuter Contract

Boxer's Of Palo Mesa


Breed __BOXER___________
AKC Litter Number _________________ AKC Registration Number _____________________
Date Whelped _______________ Sex __________________ Color ______________________
Sire ______________________________________________ Sire AKC __________________
Dam _____________________________________________ Dam AKC _________________
Breeder ______Lina M. ANderson 408 Aloma Way Arroyo Grande, CA. 93420__________
New Owner ____________________________Date Purchased ________ Price Paid _________

Spay/Neuter Agreement

Permanent ownership of this dog is contingent upon your compliance with this Addendum. Proof of the spay/neuter must be received by THE BREEDER within fourteen (14) days after the surgery. In the event that the dog's health does not allow this agreement to be honored, Lina Anderson must be provided with a statement from your veterinarian that this dog is not yet in physical or emotional condition for surgery. Based upon the veterinarian's evaluation of this dog the (purchaser) will contact the veterinarian and establish the earliest date that the procedure can be performed. (PURCHASER) will notify the BREEDER of this amendment in writing, at which time all other conditions of this agreement will apply and be enforced.

This is the responsibility of the PURCHASER, not the veterinarian, to ensure that Boxer's Of Palo Mesa has received verification that the surgery has been performed. A copy of the medical record as well as the receipt is necessary verification. Failure to comply with this agreement by the date below, unless otherwise agreed to in writing, will be considered a breach of the Contract, and PURCHASER will transport this dog back to Lina Anderson and will not be entitled to a refund.

By my signature below, I agree to have this dog spayed/neutered by the age of _____________________ and I understand that this spay/neuter agreement is an agreement that this dog will not produce a litter of puppies either as purposely bred or by accidental breeding. I also agree that should puppy not be altered that I will return said puppy back to the seller/breeder with no refund.  I understand that when the breeder receives notification of the spay/neuter within the proper time frame I will be given the limited AKC registration certificate.



Date:____________________, 200__

Purchaser's Name:

(please print):___________________________________





Telephone number (home):(______)______________


Driver's License Number: _____________________

Issuing State:______

Breeder's Signature______________________________


Neutering a male eliminates the possibility of testicular tumors and efficiently reduces the chance of prostate problems.

Neutering decreases the chance of perianal tumors and hernias, that are in older, unneutered males. Neutered males are less likely to escape a yard and find a female in heat. This reduces the chance of them being hit by cars, getting into fights or lost.

Females spayed before their first estrous cycle reduces her chance of mammary tumors, ovarian cancer and uterine infection A spayed female eliminates the neighborhood stray males from coming over or through your fence to breed with her.

Giving birth to a litter can be dangerous to your pet. What if they give birth when your not home and a puppy gets stuck and she can't get it out. You will have dead dogs on your hands.

Spaying and neutering before sexual maturity has a temperament benefit. Males neutered early in life tend to be less aggressive. Neutered males are less likely to mark in the house.

A spayed female does not have hormonal mood swings and will make a far superior pet. A female with a litter can become very aggressive. Spaying makes your female a better companion.

There can be many serious risks involved with breeding. The mother can develop complications and require expensive medical treatment. The mother can die because of complications and leave you to do her job. Believe me after 3 days you will be wishing you never did this. Buying formula, finding proper bottles, knowing how much to feed, killing the puppies if you over or under feed. Getting them to eliminate. That is a fun one! There are so many animals out there already and the shelters are full of unwanted pets. Do you want one of the puppies you bred to be euthanised because the people who bought it changed their mind? I should hope not. Get a pet enjoy your pet and have them spayed or neutered it will lengthen their lives in the long run.



The Buyer agrees to provide good care, both physically and emotionally, to the dog as follows:

1. To provide a fenced yard and to prevent the dog from running the streets without chaining or tethering the dog.

2. To provide the care of a qualified veterinarian in the case of illness or injury and for preventative health care.

3. To provide proper nutrition as advised by the breeder or the veterinarian.

4. To provide shelter from the weather both in winter and in summer.

5. To, in general, care for this dog physically AND emotionally as the loving, totally dependent living being that the dog is.

6. To contact the Seller for advice and/or assistance if, for reasons beyond the buyers control, the buyer finds that the above conditions cannot be adequately met.

7. To contact the Seller in writing and offer the seller the right of first refusal should the buyer decide to transfer possession or ownership of the dog.

8. To provide seller with any and all change of address during the dog's life.


 Buyer Signature,