I bought a rotti from a so called breeder while at his house looking at the pups he told me they had not registered them
on Mar 29th 2010
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The certificate doesn't cost that much. Sometimes they give you the application with all the info filled out and then they have you pay for it. But, it is usually customary for the breeder to have the registration paid for and that is nothing extra out of pocket for you.
If the breeder has older pups not even registered yet then that might be a sign to not buy. They should also show you both the parents registerations. They should have the correct dog on them with birthdates that are accurate.
If you feel funny about a breeder walk away.
Also check with your better business bureau and see if any complaint has been filed on them. :)
Dieta answered on Mar 30th.