You can't. the parents have to be registered and then the litter itself has to be registered by the breeder.
No papers on the parents – no papers for the litter
No papers for the litter(for whatever reason) no papers for the pups
No. the owner of the dam must register the litter with the AKC or the CKC (Canadian Kennel Club). the club will then send the individual papers to the breeder which they must give to the new owners.
The purpose of papers is for record keeping.. if you dont have information on the parents, then there is no information for the record books.
Only the breeder can get the papers anyways.. she has to register the litter, and then give idividual forms to the new owners.
You can't. You may be able to get a paper that allows your dog to compete in dog sports but it is not usable for breeding or registering a litter.
you have to have info on parent ,r they registered,there names-kennel name,but you can start here
Individual registration papers should have been provided to you upon the purchase of your dog. If they were not, you can not register the dog. You can contact the breeder and request that the papers be given if that was the agreement, but otherwise, you are out of luck.
Purchase from reputable breeders.
The only papers that count are AKC papers and you can't get them if you don't know who or where the parents are. the parents need to be AKC registered in order for the pups to be and it should be done at birth.
It depends on who you are reg with.
AKC, you can't.
NKC, the dog has to be inspected & found to standers, then you can but the dog will not have a background.
CKC, the dog has to be checked by a vet & then can be reg without background.
This is why i do not use CKC.
when a puppy has papers they come from the breeder, you don't just go out and get papers for any dog that someone decided to breed. not everyone breeds correctly or for the right reasons so there are alot of dogs that do not have papers.