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    mistonia is offline Senior Member
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    can any one help trace my labs pedigree. I know nothing at all about what is good or bad or where to even start to look. I know with the horses there is an all breed pedigree search and people have been adding to it for years and can search all my horses back to the very begining of the register. is there anything like this for dogs, or is there any one that can help me find out if its any good.

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    DefaultRe: tracing pedigrees

    Who are your pups parents and their AKC or CKC numbers?


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    heres her details of her papers i haven't registered her in my name yet but when i do i will get her five gen pedigree with it.
    her name killaney Queen(ah1) reg no ah00914301
    her sire monty's pass returns(ikc)(ah1) reg no ah0900660
    her dam Killaney Princess(af3) reg no af02828507

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    DefaultRe: tracing pedigrees

    My breeder gave me a copy of my dog's pedigree.

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    apperantly over here its all computer generated now so the breeders don't give a hand written pedigree with the puppies no more just a puppy registration paper, and you can purchase a five gen ped from them at a fee of £20

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    I traced my first registered lab right back to the first registered yellow lab in England...I used labrador retriever books that listed lots of pedigrees. Luckily for me, Travis' grandparent was a champion and in the most recent book so I had a place to start.

    Isn't all-breed registry great? My horses are in there! (well...two out of three!_

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    rayluckgoo its fantastic its also good for building a full pedigree if you can trace the missing pedigree, i did it with my tb fill using the racing post site and built her full pedigree. all mine are on it and makes life easy for reference point.

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    anyone able to help :

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    apperantly over here its all computer generated now so the breeders don't give a hand written pedigree with the puppies no more just a puppy registration paper, and you can purchase a five gen ped from them at a fee of £20
    This is a red flag. I am not sure where you got your puppy from, but all reputable breeders will provide a paper copy of the puppies pedigree upon purchase. You should not have to pay an extra £20 to receive a copy of the pedigree.

    I tried searching for your Labs sire and dam but came up with nothing. I could not find them on the Optigen database, either.

    Do you have the names of any of the other dogs in the pedigree?

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    I don't recognize the registration numbers as similar to those of any registry I've searched for before...what registry is she registered through? (ie- AKC, Canadian KC, etc.)

    ~Julie, Rogue, Monty, and Eddy~

    "The reason a dog has so many friends is that he wags his tail instead of his tongue." -Anon

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