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    Default Poodle Stud Required

    I have a 4 year old pure breed Black Miniture poodle, with papers. She is coming into season and interested in breeding her. Can anybody point me in the right direction

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    Speak to your breeder/mentor They'll be able to point you to the best dog to pair with your girl.

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    Limited or Main registered papers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crested_Love View Post
    Limited or Main registered papers?
    Not sure what the difference is. Can you clarify..

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    She has been tested for progressive retinal atrophy, result was clear
    Certificate of registration and pedigree, stamped by the ANKC

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmarrowsm View Post
    Not sure what the difference is. Can you clarify..
    If your dog is Dogsvic ankc registered the certificate will either be orange or blue coloured, one colour shows it has main registration and gives you breeding and registration rights when you have a prefix to register under, the other means you do not have the rights to register progeny or breed from that dog, hence limited registration.

    the dog on the Main Register has full rights.
    The dogs on this register can be shown in conformation shows in order to gain titles and may be bred from to other Main Register dogs of the same breed and have their progeny registered as purebreds.

    The Limited Register indicates that dog is pedigreed but cannot be shown at conformation shows nor can the dog be bred with and have the progeny registered as pedigreed puppies.

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    Last edited by Beau; 11-06-2011 at 09:15 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beau View Post
    If your dog is Dogsvic ankc registered the certificate will either be orange or blue coloured, one colour shows it has main registration and gives you breeding and registration rights when you have a prefix to register under, the other means you do not have the rights to register progeny or breed from that dog, hence limited registration.

    the dog on the Main Register has full rights.
    The dogs on this register can be shown in conformation shows in order to gain titles and may be bred from to other Main Register dogs of the same breed and have their progeny registered as purebreds.

    The Limited Register indicates that dog is pedigreed but cannot be shown at conformation shows nor can the dog be bred with and have the progeny registered as pedigreed puppies.

    Beau
    Thanks for the info Beau. I have the registration on Blue paper, but no mention on the documentation of Limited or Main. Does Blue confirm that our dog is permitted to breed?

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    Yep Blue is the main registration. The orange actually says limited on it.

    So you can breed to other main registered mini poodles, and have any progeny registered under your prefix.

    As far as where to find a suitable and compatible stud to your bitches pedigree I really don't have that expertise.
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    Excellent, having main registered makes it a lot easier to find a good dog to put to her.
    Have you had a look on Dogz Online - The Pure Breed Dogs of Australia if you go to the breed pages on there and then go to Miniature Poodles there are a multitude of breeders on there, some of them may have a quality stud dog you can use.
    There are contact details for the breeders on the site, some phone, some e-mail, whatever you feel more comfortable with.

    Another option is to check out some local dog shows and have a chat to poodle breeders and exhibitors there to point you in the right direction.

    Having her health testing already done will make it much easier for you as it shows you have knowledge of the breed already.

    Edited to add - Sorry I read it as standard poodles, whoops. Great choice of breed by the way I have 2 miniatures myself.
    Last edited by Crested_Love; 11-06-2011 at 09:52 PM.

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    Good advice in here. And good luck with breeding your dog, you certainly look like you are doing all the right things so far.

    I am curious why noone has jumped in and said "there are thousands of dogs needing homes annually so you really should think about them before you breed". Or is that not relevant because it is a purebred?

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