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I have already some reservations for my next litters, so if you are interested or have questions, please contact me early enough under
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Co-ownership - What's this?

My conviction is to work with each of my dogs individual, so my number of dogs in my house is limited. Nevertheless to breed in generations with several lines and to make optimal breeding-decisions, I too search for suitable and trustful places, where I can place very promising puppies who are temporarely available for me for shows and breeding.

If you are buying a dog with right for breeding, that means, that I trust you a lot. A bit of symphaty and trust is necessary from both sides, as for me not just facts are important, I also need a good detailed view into the character and the developement of the dog. It should be possible to speak about problems and we should act honest.

You have a special responsibility, which you should comply scrupulously. The breeder trust you a very special dog, which is very valuable and unique for the goals of breeding. Thats why you should have a some fundamental interests in breeding and shows with the dog.

There are several common contractual possibilities, which are used from breeders, some informations I show you here. Financial things and agreements will be written in a contract and are variable.

Breeding rights for males

A) Maintenance Agreement - You are getting a male with full rights of breeding for the breeder.
That means that you have the male with you and have all rights and obligations of having a dog. The tests for breedinglicense and shows will be borne completely by the breeder in appropriate age of the dog. The pedigree stays with the breeder. You can do everything with the dog which doesnt restrict the breeding capability. So it doesnt matter if he is just a familydog or if you make dogsport with him, or he is a therapydog, ... But he should be offered for matings with bitches of the breeder and for bitches from other breeders, this should be possible without complications. Breeding fee is determined by the breeder. If neutering is necessary, in case of health, you must talk BEFORE with the breeder and breeder has to agree as long as he is owner of the male. You dont need to fear that your dog will mate permanent other bitches. Normally there will be 2-3 matings per year. The breeder has the right to show the male several times a year and takes the costs for it. If the male will not get his breeding license or if he will not meet the requirements of the breeder, you can buy the dog for special conditions, so that you will be his owner at the end.

B) Co-Ownership - You are buying a male with rights for breeding on both sides.
That means that you have the male with you and have all rights and obligations of a dogowner and you are paying half price of a puppy. The tests for breedinglicense and shows will be payed half/half by both in appropriate age of the dog. The pedigree stays with the breeder. You can do everything with the dog which doesnt restrict the breeding capability. So it doesnt matter if he is just a familydog or if you make dogsport with him, or he is a therapydog, ... But he should be offered for matings with bitches of the breeder and for bitches from other breeders, this should be possible without complications. You are also allowed to mate your own bitches for free with him. The breeder decides which bitches from other breeders the male is allwed to mate, both are getting half breeding fee. If neutering is necessary, in case of health, you must talk BEFORE with the breeder and breeder has to agree as long as he is co-owner of the male. The breeder has the right to show the male several times a year and takes the costs for it, the co-owner too can show the male on dogshows for his own costs. If the male will not get his breeding license or if he will not meet the requirements of the breeder, you can buy the dog for special conditions, so that you will be his single owner at the end.

Breeding rights for bitches

With bitches its mostly not so easy, as many people dont want to give their dog for some weeks. But these concerns are unfounded. The breeder will do everything possible for the bitch, so that she will be fine in health and mentality in time of having puppies as well-being also goes to the puppies. Too puppies from my breeding always love to come back to me and love to see me again. That's why bitches mostly are given to valuable confidants, who are living close to the breeder, so that the bitch can stay in good contact with the breeder and that she is used to breeder's home during time of having puppies.

A) Maintenance Agreement - You are getting a bitch with full rights of breeding for the breeder.
That means that you have the bitch with you and have all rights and obligations of having a dog. Mostly you will get the bitch for free. The tests for breedinglicense and shows will be borne completely by the breeder in appropriate age of the dog. The pedigree stays with the breeder. You can do everything with the dog which doesnt restrict the breeding capability. So it doesnt matter if she is just a familydog or if you make dogsport with him, or he is a therapydog, ... After making detailed agreements, the bitch is available for 1-3 litters for the breeder. As soon as she is "out of breeding", you are getting pedigree for her. If neutering is necessary, in case of health, you must talk BEFORE with the breeder and breeder has to agree as long as he is owner of the bitch. If the bitch will not get her breeding license or if he will not meet the requirements of the breeder, you can buy the dog for special conditions, so that you will be her owner earlier.

B) Co-Owner - You are buying a bitch with rights of breeding for both sides.
That means that you have the bitch with you and have all rights and obligations of dogowner and you are paying half of puppyprice. The tests for breedinglicense and shows will be borne half/half on both sides in appropriate age of the dog. The pedigree stays with the breeder. You can do everything with the dog which doesnt restrict the breeding capability. So it doesnt matter if she is just a familydog or if you make dogsport with him, or he is a therapydog, ... Now there are several possibilities: the litters will be made alternating; the litter will be shared half; the breeder is selecting first puppies from the litter; the breeder has the right for 1-2 litters; ... This possibility of rights for breeding mostly are used by new breeders, as they will be closely supervised by the experienced breeder and everything will be planned together. As agreed suitalbe breeding male will be searched together. Litter who will be born at the co-owner can be named "Manjuno's" if wanted. If neutering is necessary, in case of health, you must talk BEFORE with the breeder and breeder has to agree as long as he is owner of the bitch.

C) Co-Owner - You are buying a bitch with limited rights of breeding for the breeder.
That means that you have the bitch with you and have all rights and obligations of dogowner and you are paying half of puppyprice. The tests for breedinglicense and shows will be borne half/half on both sides in appropriate age of the dog. Sometimes breeder is taking all costs. The pedigree stays with the breeder. You can do everything with the dog which doesnt restrict the breeding capability. So it doesnt matter if she is just a familydog or if you make dogsport with him, or he is a therapydog, ... The breeder is getting 1-2 litters from the bitch, after that the co-owner is getting papers from the bitch and can make for himself 1-2 litters with the bitch.

It is very important for all dogs, that they will be kept in good condition. That means they shouldnt be too thin or too fat and they should look goog (nice cared coat, healthy teeths, ...) as well as they should have a good social behavior. But this should be an important goal for each dogowner.

This sounds all very extensive, but it is within the meaning of each breeder to find a good variant, with whome breeder and co-owner are satisfied and that both sides are happy with the decisions at the end. Espacially the dog should not suffer under any disputs. For more informations and details contact me, we can talk personally and Im looking forward to a possible work together with my dogs in future. In general, we can talk about everything and will find solutions!