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How would i know about the quality of pup? From the pedigree details??

hanx to all, how would i know about the quality of pup? From the pedigree details?? What should i ask from the breeder? i mean what all papers??? Please give your valuable suggestion regards
By Deepak · 25 Aug 2010 11:04 am


By Dinkar Singh · 26 Aug 2010 10:41 am
Read the articles on this website regarding buying a pup etc for complete details. After which if u still have any specific question then ask. Also read other article regarding kepping a dog etc, before buying one.
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By DoggieBuddy · 27 Aug 2010 7:44 pm
Just to add, pedigree is not the ultimate proof of quality. Its just a guidance. Chanpions are not always great producer.
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By Dinkar Singh · 28 Aug 2010 9:36 am
Strongly Agree to the above
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By Pravesh Dhaka · 28 Aug 2010 11:33 am
its better to have some patience before purchasing a pup ..
try to find out what is basic characteristics of that breed ..
then just try to differenciate between then ..
like by there head , structure , jaw , height, length , type of coat , markings , and all ..
predigree details is necessary .. becoz there is no surity that pup going to like his champ dam an sire ..
but the probability to become a good dog like his parents is MORE ..
u should the breeder of kci papers , pedigree , should personaly view the parents of the pup .. after satisfying then try to proceed the deal further ..microship , sellers selling letter, vaccination card and all ..
try to find out good and analyse the through its age , weight , health type etc
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