I think you should be aware that if you go and see the puppies before checking out on the certificates you will find it hard to walk away.
Originally Posted by Karlin
When you see a litter of bright-eyed playful little fluff balls you will find it hard to believe that there could ever be anything wrong with any of them.
If the breeder is friendly and talks convincingly you will be embarrassed to show that you do not trust her word, especially when she explains to you just why all these certificates are not necessary as her cavaliers have no health problems.
No reputable breeder would sell puppies without a pedigree. They are proud of what they breed and willing to be accountable.
Unregistered puppies cannot be checked on in any way. There is no proof of their age, of their parentage. There would only be your word that the puppy came from that breeder if things go wrong.
I agree with what DaveCav & Karlin have written, but we can only describe what happens in the UK and Ireland, so things like endorsements of pedigrees may be different in the Netherlands.
If you contact the breeders shown on the Guild website that I have already given you, they will hopefully be able to give you the help and information you need.
Cavaliers......Faith, The Ginger Tank and Woody.
Japanese Chins.... Dandy, Benny, Bridgette and Hana.
Remembered with love......... Tommy Tuppence and Fonzi