Prospective Owner Questionnaire
5297 Vermilion Trl
Gilbert MN 55741
218-290-2954 or 218-421-9805
Prospective Owner Questionnaire Please fill out thoroughly and submit back to us: Please provide the following contact information: Name: Address: Home Phone: E-mail: What is your occupation? What is your spouse/ partners occupation? Are you a member of a Kennel Club? Which one's? Do you own or rent a home? (If renting, does your landlord allow large, hairy slobbery dogs?) What is your landlord's contact info? If you live out of area are you willing to travel to pick up your pup? What attracted you to the Newfoundland breed? How did you hear about Black Wolf Kennels Newfoundlands? Do you have a gender preference for a pup? What do you expect to do with your puppy? (show, drafting etc.) Are there other Newf activities you are interested in? Have you owned Newfoundland's or other breeds in the past? Do you currently own a Newfoundland or other breed of dog? If so, what breed and what activities do you do? Have you ever had to re-home, surrender to a shelter or euthanize a dog/Newf? If so, what were the circumstances, and where and in what county/state did this occur? Who was the breeder of the dog, and did you attempt to contact him/her? Please be detailed. Who is your veterinarian, or if you don't currently have a dog, who was your vet in the past? Veterinarian's phone number? Do you have a yard, and is it currently fenced? Where will the puppy/dog be kept the majority of the time? Do the adults in the family work away from home? If so, where will the puppy/dog be kept while away at work? What arrangements will be made to make sure the puppy will not be isolated for long periods of time? Do you have any children? If so, what are their ages? Do all family members want a Newfie? Who will be the primary caretaker of the puppy/dog? Your Newfie puppy will require housetraining, training to keep him/her off furniture and from jumping up, socialization and training classes, daily exercises and weekly grooming. During the first several months, it will be much like having a new baby in the way it disrupts your life. Do you understand the time, energy and expense that will be required to get a Newfoundland puppy through it's first year? What types of things will you be doing to achieve this task? Please elaborate. Are you willing to have me, or my designee make a home visit? Do you seek to show/breed your Newfoundland? Do you seek a non-breeding Newfoundland that is for companion only and or for obedience and working titles? Please supply references as to your suitability to owning a large breed dog? Do you have any additional comments?
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