The following code of ethics (COE) outline the ethical breeding practices
expected from us as registered breeders;
used for breeding
be registered prior to use for breeding.
- Both parents used in breeding must be
registered prior to mating.
- Conscientiously plan each litter.
- The stud dog and bitch to be mated should be
selected by the breeder based on pedigrees, the parents'
conformation according to breeding standard and temperament.
- In-breeding should not be allowed between
brother and sister and between mother or father with their own
- Breed only to/from adults that
are free from any inheritable defects, and avoid the
introduction of any
known detrimental factors.
- Do not breed any adults with
- Always breed to improve the general canine
characteristics according to the breed standard.
- Breed only healthy, mature bitches
preferably not before the second heat, allowing proper spacing
allowing the bitch to recover.
- At all time evaluate the condition of the
bitch before mating is allowed.
- It is recommended that bitches over the
eight (8) years not be bred without prior
examination, consultation and approval by an attending
- Do not breed any bitch too more than one stud
dog during a single heat period. Should a second breeding occur
unintentional, the resulting litter must be registered as not
suitable for breeding purposes.
Health and General Responsibilities
All stud dogs must be registered.
Care must be taken to prevent a stud dog from
breeding with its own offspring.
Stud dogs should only be
bred with outside adult bitches who meet the
breed standard and
who are free of genetic defects and any other
If bred with any other bitch that is not
registered the offspring would not be
A stud dog owner must certify the use of the
specific stud dog during breeding by signing the
particular Litter Registration Application and
noting the date of breeding and whether the
mating was supervised or not.
All canines must be kept under clean and
A sufficient diet should be fed and clean water
should always be available.
Provide adequate kennels and exercise areas.
Do not kennel canines on wire flooring.
Provide adequate dry conditions and shelter
against extreme heat and cold.
Health protection should be
provided through regular inoculations,
de-worming and pro-active
General sanitary conditions would also improve
the health condition of the canines.
in kennels should not be in direct contact with
each other as it provokes fighting that could
cause injury or death.
All breeders are subject to external scrutiny
and should be prepared to address concerns and
improve breeding practices where necessary.
Ensure constant human contact and exercise on a
Supervised interaction between dogs should also
we will conduct good sportsmanship at all times.
Litter Registration Certificates directly after
birth of the litter.
All buyers should be issued with a Litter
Registration Certificate for their puppy at date
Buyers should be informed on the procedure to
obtain transfer of registration.
Puppies must not be younger
weeks but preferable
weeks old prior to leaving the breeder's
If couriered, shipped or
any other type of delivery is requested, the
puppy must be older that
weeks or as per the couriers
conditions on age travelling.
The breeder should only sell a puppy or adult to
a buyer when he is confident that the buyer
would care and look after his canine.
Sell only to proper homes where the buyers
indicate that they have a fair knowledge of
canines and will give the canine the proper
care, attention and exercise required.
Inform the buyer on the qualities and weak
points of your canine and do not knowingly use
misleading or untruthful statements in selling
A buyer should be fully aware of any genetic
defect or illness that the dog might have before
he/she buys the dog.
All buyers must be provided with the following
information: Dietary requirements, general
health information and inoculation and
It is further recommended that a veterinarian
provide a general health certificate.
All breeders should be responsible for canines
sold for their lifetime.
If a purchaser cannot keep a canine the breeder
has sold, the breeder should make every effort
to assist the buyer in finding an appropriate
home. If a new home can not be found the breeder
should prepared to take the canine back and be
responsible for placing it in an appropriate
home or give it up for rescue.
Breeders should not knowingly sell or consign
puppies or adults to pet shops, brokers or puppy
mills, nor supply canines for raffles, prizes or
The use of a sales contract
is recommended when selling a puppy or an adult
Our love for the
Alaskan Malamute breed, exceeds all.