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Ukc registration

Discussion in 'Bloodlines' started by txkarma, Feb 27, 2015.

  1. txkarma

    txkarma Puppy

    Just received our ukc registration papers. Just curious now that I have dam and sire info what's the best way to look up info on them. Thanks
  2. NobodyHere

    NobodyHere Guest

    Type their names into google and you'll probably come up with links to peds online or various others. Really depends on what you mean by "info" though. If you want really in-depth information, you'll have to track down owners/breeders and talk to them (and then hope they'll be willing to talk to you and/or be honest).
  3. txkarma

    txkarma Puppy

    Ty seven our breeder is pretty great just think it's interesting found out both parents have purple ribbon somewhere in lineage
  4. NobodyHere

    NobodyHere Guest

    Purple ribbon isn't anything particularly special and isn't a title or recognition of titles, or even an indication of the dog necessarily being purebred, the 'PR' designation just means that all dogs in the last 3 generations were registered with UKC (rather than, for example, an AKC AmStaff single registered in as an APBT).
  5. txkarma

    txkarma Puppy

    Lots to learn oh well I love my pup more than any of paper
  6. NobodyHere

    NobodyHere Guest

    Just an FYI, you should also simply be able to ask your breeder about most of the dogs within at least the first several generations of a pedigree, since those are the dogs they should have been basing their breeding decisions on aside from the parents.
  7. txkarma

    txkarma Puppy

    Oh for sure we are going to see him tomorrow he is really great

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