Dandie Dinmont Terriers
45 Years of Breeding Excellence
Expect to be asked to sign a contract which details the terms and conditions of the sale. If the breeder tells you that they don't believe in contracts, or that a contract is not necessary -
The following items may not be included in every contract, and there may be items we haven't listed that should be included, but these elements should serve as a guideline. If you don't understand the intent of an item in the contract -
Expect a contract to contain clauses that address issues such as:
Over the past couple of years we've learn a few things about contracts and the people who enter into contractual obligations. One lesson learned is that, at least for some people, contracts are made to be ignored or broken as fits the mood of the individual.
We've also heard a few horror stories about the way breeders have taken advantage of buyers. So, we originally wrote this page to help prospective buyers understand what they should expect from a breeder. But, buyers can also deceive breeders and a frivolous lawsuit can be filed by anyone who has more money than sense.
Our advice remains the same now as it has for years -
both the breeder and the buyer -