I am guessing you are going to breed? So that means you have already completed all health testing? Don't remember hearing that you have ever shown your bitch (s) or done performance events? So what do you think that she has to offer the breed in regards to improving the breed?
And regarding your statement about Two year Health Guarantee +lifetime Fanconi Guarantee…. first of all, PRA is late onset (usually between 5 & 10yrs) so a 2yr health guarantee is pretty useless. Hips and elbows can't be done until after 2yrs... and about Fanconi... well if you have the direct test done on the sire and dam with Clear results or even Carrier, there would not be any reason for a lifetime Fanconi Guarantee?
And are you going to require spay/neuter in your contract? And under what circumstances would you give full registration?
Yes i have planned my first litter this year. I am breeding my canadian champion Mia (Africanadian Mia Ahmahr Nahrs) to dorsey (zindika svengali determinator. And i have been showing and doing performance. We went to the sioux empire kennel club and she got 2 points and then we went to nationals this year. I am new to showing and it may take a little while but she is a gorgeous girl. I also did lure coursing in PA. She has a Great expression full of wrinkles, nice topline, nice movement, dark chesnut, extremely sweet personality. She is almost completely square, she is 1/2" off with her measurements for being square.
Mia is Fanconi Clear. Eyes Cerf'd Normal, Thyroid tested normal, and her hips are being sent in, tho my vet told me they looked super good and very normal for a dog this age. but they were sent in because i want to have "proof" and I want the "professionals" to tell me exactly what they are.
Dorsey is Fanconi Probably clear. Eyes Cerf'd normal, Hips and elbows are good.
Your right, i never thought about the PRA. What do you offer as a health guarantee? Maybe I will change it to like a 5 year health guarantee. or something. And fanconi, I offer it just to make the owners feel comfortable. I only test with direct now and all of my girls are tested (she is clear, breeding to a probably clear male) I just want owners to feel comfortable that I have a fanconi guarantee. I know that accidents happen (i would never breed intentially and i dont have a carrier male so it wouldnt likely happen but ON THE OFF CHANCE, i like my owners to know that if their puppy would come down with fanconi, I do guarantee it for their own peace of mind. Like you said, not that there would be any reason for one but i just want to have one because it makes me feel better and it makes my new owners feel better.
Yes, i require spay and neuter contract. I have one written up already along with an adoption contract. So i am well off on that. I MAY sell show puppies however it highly depends on the new owner and i require a co ownership too.
I attached a picture of the mating for you all to see.