Standard Poodle Q&A

We're thinking of getting a Newfoundland but I would like to know, if the breeder ask us to have the female fix, do we have to do it? Is it the "law" to do that? Thanks!

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When a responsible breeder is selling a pet puppy it is ofen a requirement that the pup be fixed to help stop puppy mills. If the sale contract requires this and you do not fix the puppy the breeder can seize the dog legally back to their care. Any responsible breeder will not sell unless they have a non breeding contract or spay/nuetar contract, as puppy mills are too prevelant and the animals are suffering.



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