You can register with CKC. You need pictures and witnesses to show that the dog is purebred.Answer
Unless you got the puppy from a good breeder (they will always give you the papers so you know who the parents are) then I doubt you are going to find out much about the parents. If you love your pet it doesn't really matter anyway.
I bought a doberman puppy advertised ckc reg said it would take 2 wks but its going on a month now called her and she still assures me they are coming, wanted her for breeding so she would be worthless to me except for a expenisive pet. is there anything I can do to get her reg
They are not a good breeder.
I would get a DNA test done on it and send it into the kennel club that u want.. you can look for a home DNA test on the internet that is about 50 dollars.. if you want to go the cheap way about it u don't need the info about the perents if u have the DNA test done :) i did it with my pit and i have all her papers and stuff
Dog DNA tests are NOT conclusive. There are not "breed genes" that can identify a dogs breed one way or another. It is only a best guess based on which genetic markers your dogs has compared to the breed standards of purebred dogs.
It depends on A) your country and B) your state/county in that country. We are an international website, so you will need to provide that information for an accurate answer.
how can i obtain papers for my pedigree rottwieler and her pups if the male and female are pedigrees but with no papers as the female maybe pregnant and wld prefere 2 sell with papers if possible thanks
Yes as long as the papers indicate the Vizsla is a pure bred and there is information on the parents.
Only pedigree/purebred dogs have papers, and the dog must be registered with a Kennel Club e.g. American Kennel Club, English Kennel Club. Not all purebreds have papers either, a puppy can only have papers if BOTH of it's parents themselves had pedigree papers. Unless your dog had two purebred parents of the same breed that each had pedigree papers, then you cannot get papers for your dog. Kennel Club registration papers and pedigree certificates should be given to you by the breeder if your dog is pedigree/Kennel Club registered. Papers cannot be purchased and so it is not likely that you will be able to retrieve them (if the breeder forgot to give you them etc.).
In states that allow emancipation of minors information and forms can be obtained from the office of the clerk of the probate court in the minor's county of residence.
Some papers are more or less permanent, such as titles to property. Tax returns: I'd say seven years. Papers that are duplicated in the public records: it doesn't really matter, because you can always obtain copies from the public records.
There is no way any reputable registration would register your dog without having the proper pedigrees on the parents of the animal. And they do extensively check the pedigrees on both parents before they will register a litter of puppies or a single dog, So if anyone tells you to just put some false papers on the parents and you will get the papers they are not being truthful with you and you can get in a lot of trouble for falsifying information and giving it to a registry.
Find out how he can get/apply for legal papers and obtain them as soon as possible.
no because they might ask for their papers
If your parents are not your biological parents and have adopted you and made themselves your legal guardians then they would have to have adoption papers or it wouldn't be legal.
In many countries a woman may have a job, I cannot say most countries unless I stipulate "most Western culture countries. In the USA a person of 16 years of age male or female can obtain working papers if their parents consent. In some US States the working age is lower, also by parental consent. A newspaper delivery boy in my US State can also obtain working papers in order to work.
ask your school cousler
A vet will help you create the papers and documentation when you go in and get shots done for the puppy.
smack him and tell him to sign them papers
They had identification tags on them and information about their parents. The tags had the destination place on it. I understand the Ministry of Health also had numbers on them that referenced to papers on clipboards.
You do not need to hire an attorney to gain access to the courts. However, a person that does not have an attorney represent them does have some risk. Domestic situations involving custody and divorces can be a complicated matter. Many states now have posted information to their websites that provide for self-help type of forms and some basic information. If you cannot afford an attorney, you may be able to obtain the services of an attorney for a reduced cost/no cost. Contact your state bar association for additional information.
If you have its papers I believe so. You have to have information on it and legal papers.
police department papers
You can't. The only way to get papers for the puppies would be if both parents had papers.
You do not give your state. The answer may be yes, he can. It depends on how the laws of ryour state address this situation. You cannot legally sign papers granting something that is contrary to law. You need to contact the court for this or consult with an attorney.
Your Pit Bull Terrier must be purebred and registered as a puppy by the dog's breeder. The parents also have to be registered with a Kennel Club for the puppies to have a chance of getting papers. If your dog is already fully grown or not pedigree, it cannot get papers.
Check the local Kennel Association.
How did i can get old eenadu news papers
Actually you cannot get it.