Because the Australian Labradoodle is a
rather new breed (about 30 years)
which remains in development, all breeding organizations stipulate mandatory
spaying or neutering of the dogs.
Breeders in Australia and America spay and neuter their dogs while they’re still puppies. Some European breeders do likewise. Because in Switzerland this policy is not common, we handle this matter by contract instead.
The buyer of a puppy from us obligates himself to spay or neuter the dog at
the age of 6 to 7 months and to supply us with official confirmation of the
Upon our receiving — on or before the day the puppy turns 8 months old —
the relevant confirmation of spaying or neutering at the age of 6 to 7 months,
the buyer is refunded the amount held back by us at the time of purchase for
the spaying or neutering.