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CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR NEW DOG! HOW CAN YOU GET PAPERS?
You can't believe how many emails I receive asking how to obtain registration papers for dogs and pitbulls. The requests generally involve the rescue of a beautiful dog, and the applicant has no idea as to the origin or bloodline, but would like to get registration papers for the dog.
In this article I discuss what is possible and what is not. I outline how to obtain papers and register dogs that have no registration papers.
YOU RESCUED A DOG AND WANT REGISTRATION PAPERS
If you have a dog and do not know the parents of your dog, or you know who the parents are, but they are unregistered, it is impossible to obtain registration papers that are going to identify the ancestors of your dog. Say for instance, that when you were born, someone placed you in a basket and sat you on the doorstep of the orphanage. Now, you want to know who your parents were. Without any documentation from the one that put you on the doorstep, it would be impossible to ever know unless you did a DNA on every person living. So you go down to the County, State, or government agency, and ask for a birth certificate; will they be able to magically give your registration papers (certificate) with your parents on it? No, of course not. Likewise, without having proper documentation it is impossible to attain legitimate registration papers for a dog.
DON'T GUESS - GET YOUR DOG'S DNA TESTED
He may look like a Pitbull, but is he? Why guess? For just $85 you can get a DNA test that will identify his breed heritage with the Wisdom Panel Mixed Breed DNA Test Kit Be forewarned, as far as I know, no one has a test that will identify a dog as a Pit Bull. If he is a pure bred Pit, the test should come back as a Staffordshire Terrier. For many, it may identify your dog as breeds not even related with Pits. This could be advantageous if you need to prove to the authorities that your dog is another breed. If this is what you are doing, make sure you take the kit to your Vet for him or her to administer and send in, so he or she can certify the results.
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