We have families who are interested in breeding our puppies. Our puppies are strictly pet only. As stated in the AKC registration papers and a legal agreement written by our attorney.
Once we find out one of our puppies have been bred, the adopter is liable for $2,000 per puppy whelped, all our court costs, and forfeits the ownership of the puppy, where we will take the puppy back.
I Will Pay You More!
Once, I inform families that breeding is not an option for my pups, they will state “I will offer you more!”. A few years ago we used to provide an option of breeding rights. The following were the procedures and requirements to use one of our pups for breeding.
For our Siberian Huskies, the breeding rights fee is $2,000 to double the adoption fee. All depending on the puppy.
For our Doberman Pinschers, it’s double the adoption fee.
Fill out the regular questionnaire. If approved, they may proceed to the next step.
Fill out the Full Rights Questionnaire. If approved, you may proceed to the next step.
Pay the breeding rights fee.
Sign the legal agreement.
Pick up the puppy.
We will register the puppy once she/he is almost 2 years old. The puppy will have our name, Husky/Doberman Palace in it.
You can breed the puppy once she/he is at least 2 years old. You can not use the puppy for breeding once she/he turns 6 years old.
If you do not want the puppy, she/he must be returned to us.
Therefore do not believe if you say you will pay more, I will change my mind. The pups are pets only.
Why do you no longer offer breeding rights?
Families wanted to breed them before 2 years old or after 6 years old.
The puppies of our puppy were going to homes they shouldn’t go to. For instance, the families are not being vetted and approved or they are being sold with breeding rights to any family. Breeding is not an easy job. Hence, not for everyone. Especially those who already have a job.
Most of the families who are interested in breeding do not know the basics of breeding. 9 out of 10 families fit under this reason.
Most families will not ensure the dogs that are being bred are healthy and related to each other.
I hope this shows breeding rights is not an option at all.