It stays in my business. There is a purebred dog breeder registered with the CKC in Canada who insists that castrated puppies be in co-ownership without the dog owners noticing. How can a breeder cope with this situation if he has not read the property on the registration documents above? The health of the puppy up to the point of sale is in the hands of the breeder. An ethical breeder will have undergon veterinary examinations and vaccinations. You should list all medical treatments, injections and medications on the contract if there are any. Would this request for an annual photo shoot be made in court? Without seeing the document or knowing the circumstances, who knows? While most breeders care more about the spirit than the letter of the law, others choose to exercise their legal rights. .
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