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07-08-2014 08:29 AM
Kayos and Havoc She is darling!
07-07-2014 05:23 PM
Sunflowers
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All European registries and breeders use the litter letter and kennel name to track their litters and breedings - If I see an older E---- Mohnwiese dog, I know it is by Tom and out of Aline Mohnwiese......if I see a B or C Wildhaus dog, I know it is from Ernst Weinbergblick and Ira Argatos and Chris is the breeder....if I see a pedigree with an N or P or Q Heiligenbrosch - I KNOW they are Half Rubachtal and Ina Haus Gard.....

You don't buy a Chevrolet - and then change your DMV registration to a Ford....it is what it is.

People can call dogs whatever they wish....Registered names are identifiers to the rest of the people who may know the breed as to who produced the dog and what it's lines are...
..at this point, many breeders are moving to registering the whole litter in their own name and letting the new owners do a transfer instead of handing out applications.

Lee
That is how it was in my case.
I was asked what N name I preferred.
He is still Hans to me, but Norden to the dog world
07-07-2014 04:49 PM
ApselBear Aria>Arya
07-07-2014 04:41 PM
kjess01 Wow! Thank you Wolfstraum, for that explanation. I'd previously had a slight inkling behind the reasoning for the letter named litters. It makes total sense to me. Also, having owned Arabian horses, registered names and call names being different and often totally unrelated also makes absolute sense to me.

Jade's breeder's requirement that their kennel name be included in her name was easy to comply with.
07-07-2014 02:12 PM
lauren43
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she probably has to carry a registered name of the kennel.....when you say Eros - are you talking about Iron v d Wolfen????? that is his call name


Lee

Exactly!

I find the whole argument silly. I'll call her whatever I want. If she was registered as mam'poopsalot it wouldn't matter to me.


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07-07-2014 01:32 PM
wolfstraum
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I find the whole concept of mandatory themed or letter name litters very bizarre.

theme registrations are common in American Show line litters....

All European registries and breeders use the litter letter and kennel name to track their litters and breedings - If I see an older E---- Mohnwiese dog, I know it is by Tom and out of Aline Mohnwiese......if I see a B or C Wildhaus dog, I know it is from Ernst Weinbergblick and Ira Argatos and Chris is the breeder....if I see a pedigree with an N or P or Q Heiligenbrosch - I KNOW they are Half Rubachtal and Ina Haus Gard.....

You don't buy a Chevrolet - and then change your DMV registration to a Ford....it is what it is.

People can call dogs whatever they wish....Registered names are identifiers to the rest of the people who may know the breed as to who produced the dog and what it's lines are...

Using someone's kennel name randomly out of the pedigree is very very poor manners....I have seen people register their AKC puppy with the kennel names of Porhranici Straze, haus Antverpa and Tiekerhook - and then there is mass confusion, occasionally some anger!, and argument about the origin and quality of the dog....at this point, many breeders are moving to registering the whole litter in their own name and letting the new owners do a transfer instead of handing out applications.

Lee
07-07-2014 01:17 PM
wolfstraum she probably has to carry a registered name of the kennel.....when you say Eros - are you talking about Iron v d Wolfen????? that is his call name


Lee
07-07-2014 12:21 PM
lauren43 Another adorable picture of my girly!

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06-28-2014 06:49 AM
gsdsar All bit one of mine are called by their registers name, or a shortened version of it.


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06-28-2014 04:56 AM
G-burg
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Also does anyone truly use the name(s) they register their dogs with?
Two of mine I have.. Chaos and Kougar.. My other two I use a call name..
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