Selling A Dog

You can place a dog on the sales list by going to his or her individual page and clicking "Place up for Sale". You can then select the amount of money that you would like to ask for your dog and whether or not you want to sell by "Auto sale" or sell "on approval".

Auto sale allows buyers to instantly buy your dog. The dog will be sent to the buyers kennel and you will be paid the sale amount.

Selling on approval allows you to select who you want to sell your dog to.   When a buyer makes an offer on a dog listed on approval, you will receive an e-mail with the offer. You will then have 3 days to accept or decline that offer. If you haven't accepted or declined after the 3 days are up, the offer will expire and be deleted from your inbox.

Dogs can be sold either named or un-named and you can edit their sale price or remove them from sale at any time by clicking on edit sale price or remove from sale.

Last Updated: 5/31/2011 6:43:28 PM



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