|08-25-2013 07:56 PM|
|Makobytes||I meant to say Guzzo was shown the APPLICATION for registration of the parents and not the pedigree or ACTUAL registration.|
|08-25-2013 07:11 PM|
|Makobytes||This is kind of strange that guzzo was shown the registration papers for the parents and not their pedigree. Makes me wonder if the parents are registered. This is probably why Guzzo was not given registration papers, the litter owners may be waiting to get the registration for the parents. I would not be certain that the Arminius name is real until i see the pedigree. i never trust kennel names unless I know the breeder is reputable or I see the pedigree. Far too many American breeders use kennel names that do not belong to them. At least Guzzo has the grandparents AKC numbers and has some recourse with the AKC.|
|08-25-2013 08:19 AM|
|lhczth||When your puppy was born, the breeder will have registered the litter with AKC. They then receive individual registration applications for each puppy. When they sell the puppy they should give you either that individual application or, if they registered the puppy themselves (some breeders do), an actual registration certificate for that puppy. Of course this requires that both parents are AKC registered with full registration.|
|08-25-2013 12:40 AM|
Ok... so you've got that going for you so far.
Talk to your breeder and see if they can provide you with the registration papers that were mentioned before. You need your puppy's litter registration papers to register your puppy.
Are you planning on competing in any AKC events? If not, I wouldn't make too big of a deal out of it if they can't. It's nice to know bloodlines, but I don't think you're going to get too much information even with a pedigree other than that your pup is purebred. Just enjoy him for the pup that he is.
|08-25-2013 12:35 AM|
So i need my pups parents papers to register mine?
|08-25-2013 12:24 AM|
|Lucy Dog||On either of those registration papers that you have... there should be a section that says "full registration" or "limited registration". Which one is checked off for either of them?|
|08-25-2013 12:20 AM|
The breeder should be able to provide you with copies of the pedigrees of the sire and dam.
Your registration papers will look like the ones you posted above, but with the names of the Sire and Dam of YOUR puppy on them, not the names of the sire and dam of the parents of your pup. When you go online to register your pup, you can order a pedigree at the same time.
|08-25-2013 12:13 AM|
Once registered, the AKC will provide you with one.
|08-25-2013 12:07 AM|
|Guzzo||how do i get a pedigree?|
|08-25-2013 12:06 AM|
As Lucy Dog explained, none of the names are from known kennels, and none of the names come up with a pedigree when googled, so can't really know without more info.
The papers you scanned are the registration paperwork for the grandparents of your pup. We don't even have a name for the dam and sire of your puppy. Were they even registered?
When just about no info is found on-line about registered dogs, it usually means that they come from pet-lines, of no particular line - could be a mish mash of different lines, bred by pet owners to other pet owners. Doesn't mean that your pup isn't awesome, but it means that without known kennel names and a pedigree going back to known dogs, there isn't much anyone can tell you about him, including what lines he comes from.
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