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Exclusive Bloodline Kennel Stud Service Contract

This is to certify that the Female named: __________________________, Breed: ____________________, Registration: _________________, Color: _______________
Owned by: (Insert owner’s name, address, phone number)

Has entered into a contract with Exclusive Bloodline Kennel of Pearland Texas on ____________ 20 ____ to be bred to, Name: Heartless, Breed: American Pitt Bull Terrier, Registration: UKC # A388,061 Color: Blue Fawn for a Fee of $__________________/ or the following in lieu of a stud fee:

(Insert wording for any other type of agreement, such as 1st pick pup, 2nd pick pup, etc.)

Stud owner shall have the right to inspection of the female for the purpose of confirming pregnancy no later than 45 days of the first mating with female. Unless otherwise stated herein, owner of stud dog shall have the right in person of 1st pick puppy of the litter when the puppies reach the age of 8 weeks. One or more puppies living up to 4 weeks of age will be considered a litter. Int.______ Int. ______

The following terms and conditions are understood and agreed to by both parties:

1. Prior to breeding, the owner of the female must provide a completed JRTCA veterinarian form or JRTCA Registration Certificate, a copy of the female’s pedigree, a record of current vaccinations, proof of worming within six months of the breeding date, and a negative Brucellosis test.

2. Payment of a stud fee is due at the time of the first service unless otherwise specified in the initial arrangement for breeding.

3. If there is a tie, or the breeding is otherwise consummated, there will be no refund of the stud fee in whole or in part.

4. If the female fails to whelp, the owner of the female must notify the stud dog owner of this fact within 10 days of the…...

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