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A pit bull's papers trace his lineage and show how good his breeding really is. If the parents of your pit bull weren’t registered, then there is no way to get paperwork on him. A pit bull with paperwork and registration may be able to compete in dog shows, and his puppies will command a higher price from potential owners.


A pit bull's owner will love him no matter his pedigree, but certain advantages are available for registered purebreds. Registered pit bulls have access to prestigious shows and events, and may merit breeding opportunities. The American Kennel Club may be the best known organization for dog registration, but it's not the only registry that provides papers for purebred pit bulls.


i have a question, "niki" is registered with adba, and ckc. i know if i send in his petegree i can get him registered through ukc (just have to give him a second name with niki), can i do the same for akc? if so, how? i went to the akc.org, but was unable to find anything on how to register if you have papers from another club.


The American Kennel Club does not recognize the American pit bull terrier for registration. They do, however, recognize the American Staffordshire terrier, which is a closely related breed. Litter registration papers are required to register any American Staffordshire terrier with the AKC. These papers attest to the pure breeding of the parents ...


Get on your printer. Get on WordPad and Type up some papers. But why do this? It won't help. No matter what fake papers you give the dog the dog will ALWAYS be a WORTHLESS street mongrel, giving the dog papers won't CHANGE IT'S BREED and papers won't detract from the dogs appearance if it's indeed a Pit Bull, it will look like a Pitt Bull no matter what.


(1) If the dog came from an AKC registered litter, then request the required information from the breeder and submit it to the AKC. (2) If the dog is registered with an “acceptable domestic or foreign registry” then apply to the AKC and they will ...


Answer: There are several options available to you to see if your dog can be registered. For a dog with papers from another domestic registry AKC has a new program where we are researching pedigrees of dogs that do not have AKC paperwork to determine if the dog comes from AKC registrable stock.


Find out how to register your dog with AKC or enroll a mixed breed in AKC Canine Partners. You can also check your purebred's registration status.


Register your dog with the American Kennel Club today! Find out more about AKC’s Canine Care packages, including pet insurance and VetNET.


The ABKC does not accept all dogs for this breed and the ABKC reserves the right to refuse from registration into the breed. At this time the breed is still in its infancy and the studbooks will remain open for a few more years; however the criterion has become stricter to help preserve the quality, purity and health of the American Bully breed.