Bartland Red'd Weimaraners

Application to Purchase a Puppy

Each Weimaraner has a unique personality.  In order to best match the puppy with your lifestyle, please complete the following application.

Puppies are $2,000.00 each (Canadian Funds).  Upon review and acceptance of your application, a deposit of $500.00 is required to hold your name on the waiting list for the next available litter of puppies.  This will be refundable only in the event that a puppy is not available for you from that litter.  For example, the waiting list of people could want mostly females, and the litter produces mostly males.  In that event, the following would be offered:

a)  a full deposit refund

b)  choice of a puppy of the opposite sex

c)  keep you name on the list for the next available litter

The deposit will NOT be refunded under any other circumstance if there is a suitable puppy for you.  If you have any questions regarding the above, contact me for clarification.  The balance of $1500.00 (cash, bank draft or certified cheque) is payable before possession of the puppy is transferred.

 

 
1. Name:
2. Email:
3. Address:
4. Home Phone:
5. Alternate Phone:
6. Are you:
  • Married
  • Single
7. Your age(s):
8. Occupation of adults in the family:
9. Number of children in the household, their ages, and your expectations regarding the level of responsibility they will have with the new puppy:
10. Others in the household who will have contact with the puppy:
11. The area you live in can best be described as:
  • Rural
  • Urban
  • Suburban
12. Do you live in a:
  • House
  • Condo
  • Apartment
  • Townhouse
  • Other
13. Do you have a fenced yard?
  • Yes
  • No
14. Describe the type of fencing:
15. Do you have an outside dog run?
  • Yes
  • No
16. If YES, how much time will the puppy spend in this outside run?
17. Where do you plan to keep this puppy during the day?
18. Where do you plan to keep this puppy at night?
19. Where will this puppy sleep?
  • Crate
  • Dog Bed
  • Your Bed
  • Other
20. Where will this puppy stay when you are away from the house?
21. How much available time do you have to raise this puppy?
22. Do you work extremely long hours or frequently travel on business or for pleasure?
  • Yes
  • No
23. If YES, what do you plan to do with this puppy while you are away?
24. Are you prepared to devote a major portion of your leisure time to raising this puppy?
  • Yes
  • No
25. The Weimaraner is a house dog. Are you prepared for footprints, nose prints and accidents on the carpet?
  • Yes
  • No
26. Puppies can be a problem in a meticulously maintained house. How do you plan to deal with this issue?
27. What other pets / livestock do you have at this time? How do you plan to train them and your new puppy to coexist?
28. How do you plan on giving your Weimaraner exercise? What type of exercise, and how often?
29. Do you live in a leash law area?
  • Yes
  • No
30. How close to your residence is the nearest off-leash area?
31. Are you aware of current animal control regulations in the area where you reside?
  • Yes
  • No
32. Unfortunately, the purchase price of this puppy is just the beginning. There are trips to the vet, costs for vaccinations, boosters and worming. The cost varies with vets, but $45 per office visit is about average in my area. I suggest a crate, so the puppy will have a safe place when you are busy or gone for short periods of time. Depending on size, crates range from $90 - $150 each. Puppies will also need many toys and chew bones which cost between $2 and $20 each. Quality food for your puppy will run about $45 - $65 per month. All dogs do best if they have some formal training and puppy kindergarten classes are a wonderful way to begin training and socialization. They begin when a puppy is about 3 months old and last 6 - 8 weeks, at an average cost of $40 - $60. Obedience or conformation classes should follow. Costs for those range from $40 - $60 for an 8 week course. Are you willing and able to spend the time and money for proper care and training for your puppy?
  • Yes
  • No
33. Where will you take your puppy for veterinary care?
34. Do you plan to get vet insurance for your puppy?
  • Yes
  • No
35. What do you plan to feed your Weimaraner? Do you plan to feed at set times?
36. Why have you decided to purchase a Weimaraner?
37. How long have you been considering purchasing a Weimaraner?
38. Have you ever owned (or been owned by) a Weimaraner before?
  • Yes
  • No
39. If YES, please give details:
40. Describe what qualities you like best about this breed:
41. Describe what qualities you like least about this breed:
42. Would this be your first dog?
  • Yes
  • No
43. If NO, describe other dogs you have owned or currently own, how long you had them, and why, if you no longer have them, they are no longer with you:
44. If this is not your first dog, were your other dogs acquired as puppies or as older dogs?
45. What age Weimaraner do you prefer?
46. Do you have a preference for male or female?
  • Male
  • Female
  • Either
47. Why?
48. What do you plan to do with your Weimaraner?
  • Conformation
  • Obedience
  • Agility
  • Field
  • Tracking
  • All
  • None
  • Companion Only
  • Other
49. If OTHER, please describe:
50. If you plan to show your Weimaraner, have you ever brought a dog to its Canadian or American Championship?
  • Yes
  • No
51. Do you plan to breed this Weimaraner?
  • Yes
  • No
52. If YES, why?
53. Have you ever bred a dog in the past?
  • Yes
  • No
54. If YES, please give details of your previous experience breeding dogs:
55. If you are buying a companion dog, do you plan to spay or neuter this puppy?
  • Yes
  • No
56. All Bartland Weimaraners are sold on a CKC co-ownership basis. Are you willing to co-own your new puppy with me?
  • Yes
  • No
57. Are you a member of the Canadian Kennel Club, the American Kennel Club or any other local or national dog club?
  • Yes
  • No
58. If YES, please list:
59. All Bartland Weimaraners assessed and sold as "PET" stock are sold with a CKC non-breeding agreement. Are you willing to have a non-breeding agreement on your pet, and spay / neuter by one year of age?
  • Yes
  • No
60. All Bartland Weimaraners assessed and sold as "SHOW" stock must be actively shown in North America or abroad, and the new owners must make every effort to ensure that the puppy attains a CKC, AKC or other internationally recognized title in a reasonable amount of time. (I will make every effort to help you with this). Are you willing to take on this responsibility?
  • Yes
  • No
61. Are you willing to have someone else show the dog for you? If yes, are you willing to make your dog available for the time required to accomplish this, and able to afford the associated costs?
  • Yes
  • No
62. Do you plan to crate train this puppy?
  • Yes
  • No
63. Where will your Weimaraner ride when he is in the car with you?
64. Briefly describe your experience in training dogs:
65. Please prove the names, addresses and phone numbers of two (2) references I may contact to verify this information:
66. Would you be willing to have someone come and visit your home and view the facilities for your puppy?
  • Yes
  • No
 

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