No recognised registry of any status in the global purebred dog world would register a dog or a litter in this way, or recognise such a dog as healthy potential breeding stock able to ADD something to the breed (which is why breeders should breed). Imagine a cavalier of unknown parentage being bred -- where no one has the several generation ability to research the longevity of the dog's predecessors and thus, have an indication of whether this dog will add healthy genes or introduce MVD or SM at a young age to the pups!!
APRI announces the founding of American Pet Records
America's Pet Registry, Inc. has yielded to the requests of numerous breeders and pet owners to establish a registry service that can accept dogs with known parents but those that do not have documented pedigrees at this time.
Until now, APRI has been unable to register many dogs from other registry services that do not have documented pedigrees. With the establishment of American Pet Records the same great APRI service is available to those who have begged APRI to accept their dogs for dual registration.
ﾃつ*ﾃつ*ﾃつ*ﾃつ*ﾃつ* The American Pet Records dogs will not be entered into the APRI database but will be recorded separately.ﾃつ*ﾃつ*ﾃつ*ﾃつ* ﾃつ*ﾃつ*ﾃつ*ﾃつ* An American Pet Records dog may be mated with an APRI dog; however, the litter will be issued as American Pet Records. Litter pedigrees will not be offered on these litters, nor will pedigrees on the American Pet Records dogs be available at this time.
Litter registration fees will be same as with APRI.
The normal registration fee with American Pet Records is $20.00, but registered breeders will be charged only $10.00 for registration. Breeders may register with either APRI or American Pet Records.
For more information, please contact the APRI or American Pet Records offices. The same courteous and knowledgeable personnel will be available.