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give it time, it could still drop. However if it does not, you'll need an operation to remove the testicle from the abdominal cavity or the groin depending on where it is.
Yeah that's what I though, if they aren't through by 7 or 8 months I'll get him done for sure.
The reason I want to breed him is because everything else about him is awesome, from his structure to his temprement, the way he's going he's going to be a really good looking dog by the time he's done growing. His bloodline is also exactly what I wanted and these dogs with good pedigrees are hard to find where I'm from.
"Funny" about giving them out means they don't exist. It's fine and there is no problems with that, but when the sire and dam are registered with a reputable and respective registry for the relevant breed if dog you will get the registration form to submit via mail to the registry. Even when the breeder decides to not provide such documents for you to mail in, you can still register the dog. You cannot register the dog IF the Sire AND dam aren't registered with the registry and I believe you cannot register your dog if the litter wasn't registered by the breeder. In reality, if the breeder is breeding dogs that CAN be registered (ie. sire/dam registered) then chances are the litter will be registered. If you hear excuses from the breeder that always means they are hustling you. If the dog can be registered your breeder would have provided all the relevant information to do so. There is no logical reason to play games and make excuses ynless the dogs are not papered and they're byb's trying to sell something they dont have. There is always the chance if hung papers but that's for another discussion.of course there is always exceptions, but there isn't a logical reason to be " funny" about handing them out. That's not how papers works, he doesn't need to hand you anything.just register the litter is allI planned on getting papers but I got him through a friends friend, he's a bit funny about giving them out it seems.
Anyway I'll put some pictures up later on.