So...if, for example, I chose as his call name Kyrie (I LOVE that!!!) and I went to, say Haus Juris, the puppy would be named Kyrie von Haus Juris.
That or "Kyrie von Jurishaus".
With registered names there are rules, you can't use another breeder's kennel name, for example. Usually the breeder chooses the registered name of the pup, or at least part of it. Some breeders will let you choose the dog's registered name, ie "Kyrie", but you must use their kennel name. So "Kyrie von Jurishaus", not "Kyrie vom Lilliam" or anything like that.
Many breeders name all pups in a litter with the same letter, so say in your pup's litter there would be Kyrie, Krash, Kougar, King, Kira, etc. That would be the "K" litter vom Jurishaus. It's a good way for people to keep track of bloodlines and pedigrees; if you see any pup with a "K" name von Jurishuas, you automatically know who the sire and dam, brother and sisters are (if you are familiar with the breeder). Does that make sense?
And the naming protocol is different between SV and AKC registration. I think the AKC will let you name your dog anything, as long as the name isn't taken. With the SV, the name has to be approved.