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My cousin got a rottweiler puppy with a docked tail, can he register him with kci?

my cousin got a rottweiler puppy with a docked tail, can he register him with kci? if i want to buy a rottweiler puppy with a docked tail like my cousin can i get it in india? can anybody tell me a reputed breeder selling rottweiler puppy with a docked tail?
By hrishiraj ghosh roy · 27 Feb 2011 3:23 am


By sandy · 27 Feb 2011 9:36 am
As of June 1, 1998, a federal law was passed in Germany prohibiting the docking of Rottweiler tails. The basis for this law was the fact that the practice of docking and cropping was deemed to be inhumane. In order to comply with the new federal law requiring tails to be left in their natural state, the ADRK (national breed club in Germany) revised their natural tail.

Even in India the top Rottweiler breeders dont dock the tail of the puppies as it doesn't meet the new standards

I have pups for sale check this link....

https://www.dogspot.in/puppies /lorvenbang-rottweiler_2/
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By Navjot Singh · 27 Feb 2011 2:18 pm
Dear Friend, Rottweiller with undocked tail is a recent trend. This breed has always had docked tail as it was used for carrying goods from one place to another. Now, this function of rottweiller is extinct, ie the breed is no longer used to do this function. Thus, Rottweiller in the US have started getting their tails again.
In India, most breeders dock the tails of the puppies when they are born. So getting a puppy with docked tail is not difficult.

Now, when it comes to registration. If the parents of this puppy are KCI registered, then you can easily get the puppy registered as well. For this you need to contact the breeder you bought the puppy from. The certificate will show the pedigree of 5 generation of the puppy. If the puppy belongs to champion line, then the certificate will show CH prefix in front of the name of Sir or Dam.
In case the parents are not registered with KCI, the breeder won't offer the certificate to you. You will have to wait for the puppy to grow atleast 1 year old. You will have to take the puppy to a nominated KCI judge who after examination will sign the relevant form. The photos of the puppy will be signed at the back by him and after that you will have to send them to KCI headquarter Chennai. On receipt of the form and photos, the KCI will issue the papers to you.

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By Dinkar Singh · 27 Feb 2011 4:56 pm
Generally breeder are not docking tails in India too. So you will need to tell the breeder in advance before the pups are born.

Be very careful when choosing a breeder as Rottweilers are very popular and a lot of backyard breeders and involved plus there are very few good breeders, they too under pressure can sell inferior pups. You must see both parents and what they have produced in the last litter. Compare the pictures to see if they are good or not, plus a lot of research is required. All The Best.
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