Every one of our adopted puppies goes home with this agreement in place to ensure that all of our Goldendoodles remain in loving, forever homes:
It is the agreement of the adoptive parents of a Canadian English Goldendoodle, should they no longer be able to provide a forever home for their puppy, that they will adhere to the rehoming agreement here.
If, for whatever circumstances, the dog must find a new home, and HAS NOT been spayed or neutered, Canadian English Goldendoodles receives first rights of acquisition. That means, CEG will be contacted first and price for the puppy will be negotiated on a case by case basis. In some cases, monetary compensation may or may not be offered. This is to ensure that Puppy Mill breeders looking for cheap, breedable dogs are unable to acquire a CEG by any means.
If the puppy can no longer be kept in the current home because of behavior or health issues in the dog, (whether caused by physical or environmental reasons – including abuse by its current owners) CEG receives first rights of acquisition. That means, CEG will be contacted first and price for the puppy will be negotiated on a case by case basis. In some cases, monetary compensation may or may not be offered. This is to ensure the dog can be rehabilitated before moving to its new forever home.
If, for whatever circumstances, the dog must find a new home, and HAS been spayed or neutered, and is considered in good or excellent health and temperament, the adoptive parents of the CEG puppy agree to work diligently to find a new, suitable home for their English Goldendoodle. If they are unable to find a suitable home using direct contact methods (ex: no pet stores), CEG will be contacted and monetary compensation may or may not be offered. CEG agrees to help the adoptive family in rehoming their dog whenever needed.
The adoptive parents of a Canadian English Goldendoodle agree NEVER to offer or sell their dog at any stage in life, or for any reason, to any humane society, rescue shelter, pet store, or other rehoming institution.
Canadian English Goldendoodles believes strongly that no doodle, whether a Goldendoodle, Labradoodle, or other, should ever see the inside of a Rescue Shelter. That is why we have implemented No Doodle Left Behind.
We strongly request that anyone finding a Doodle of any kind in an SPCA, humane society, or rescue shelter anywhere in North America, to please contact us with the details. We WILL work with our network of contacts to find a loving home for that Doodle as quickly as we possibly can.
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