As the owner of a stud dog, you cannot allow him to be bred to whoever contacts you.
You will need to learn more about the finer points of Drent conformation if you haven't done so already, and/or seek out mentorship to help you with making good breeding decisions. You must evaluate the dam yourself and believe the resulting puppies will be as good, if not better than, the parents. Dogs who share common faults, or different faults in the same area/body part, only produce puppies with those faults amplified or added together.
Self-educate on canine reproduction, what has to happen, when, and how.
If you find solid resources, please make recommendations to the Club for inclusion on our Breeder's Resources page
verify that the dam has all of her credentials with the owner and/or Club
consider having an EMBARK or PawPrint DNA test on him (they are optional)
ensure he and the dam are screened for brucellosis prior to the mating
be prepared to have a semen analysis conducted upon request
ensure all of his annual health testing & bloodwork is up to date
be prepared to disclose health events to the owner of the dam
if he is ever put on antibiotics, you must keep track of when in the event he is requested
(his sperm count will be damaged/wiped out for about 60 days post-treatment)
locate a veterinarian with canine repro experience or specialty in your general area - in the event, the owner of the dam needs to conduct Progesterone testing, or switch to an AI procedure
be prepared to suggest a hotel or two near to you for the owner of the dam to use
when the bitch is in town for the mating, be sure to make availability a priority (set aside 1 - 2 hours for each mating attempt)
The Stud Fee:
What do you want to charge for a stud fee? The Club doesn't regulate a fee structure
You will need to devise your stud agreement
for unproven studs, the fee should at least cover your immediate expenses
if you are able to get more titles and activities under your stud's belt, and he produces great offspring, at that point consider raising his fee
agreements often have small litter clauses, are flat fee, or p/living puppy structure or a combination
please be sensitive to the owner of the dam, they will have thousands of dollars and thousands of hours committed
typically any stud fee owed is paid within 60 days of the puppies going to their homes