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We require an interview with ALL perspective owners. After your interview we also require an agreement that you must sign in order to become an owner of an American Indian Dog.
Thanks, Kim La Flamme, American Indian Dog Founder/Trustee
Song Dog Kennels Purchase Agreement
I,______________________________________have had my interview with Kim La Flamme, of Song Dog Kennels, the American Indian Dog Founder/Caretaker. I have researched this breed, to the point that I am sure that the American Indian Dog is the breed for me. I understand that it is a working, primitive type breed that needs exercise and a job to do, within a family or pack situation. In turn, I agree be good to the dog and I understand how to be an Alpha pack leader, teaching my pup with kind, but 'tough' love.
I have enclosed my deposit with a money order or cashier's check of $425.00, which is one half the purchase price. I understand that my deposit is non-refundable under any circumstances. This is how sure I am that this is the breed I want. I also understand and agree that I cannot breed this American Indian Dog, and that I must spay or neuter my AIDog pup.
I understand I can choose a male or female, but no color preference can be promised. I may pass on a litter if the right sex pup is not available, or if necessary, and I will remain on the list until I have received my pup or dog.
I agree to return the pup or dog to Song Dog Kennels if for any reason I am no longer able to care for it.
Sex: Male:__________ Female: _______________
Color, if possible: ___________________________________________
Closest Major Air Port: (1) _________________________________________
We will send you your pending registration papers and pedigree for you to fill out with your choice of a name for the pup and other information. Please include three different choices of names. You will send the paperwork back to the Registry, and after registration we will return your fully registered American Indian Dog papers to you.
May you have many happy and magical years with your American Indian Dog.
-- Kim LaFlamme,
Song Dog Kennels