Breeders can list AKC-registered litters on theAKC web site. You can search for AKC-registrable puppies by breed and state OR by breed and zip code radius. The AKC web site also has a section Buying a Puppy, which features interesting articles and information to assist you in your search.
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How can I find out if my dog is AKC registered?
To find out whether a dog is registered with the American Kennel Club, enter its registered name and breed into the AKC鈥檚 free dog lookup tool on its website. This tool also lets you search by registration number if you want to confirm that registration. If you are buying an AKC-registered dog, it should come with documentation.
What is the AKC website for buying a dog?
The AKC web site offers potential puppy buyers access to a wealth of information on buying a dog, selecting a breeder, and dog care. The best way to ensure a long and happy relationship with a purebred dog is to purchase from a responsible breeder.
How do I find a breeder in my area?
Local club Breeder Referral Officers may be able to help you find a breeder in your area. However, it is strongly recommended that you contact the Parent Club first, since they have access to a greater number of breeders and specific information on your chosen breed.
Do you have to register a puppy with the AKC?
Breeders need to register the litter with the AKC for the puppies to be eligible for individual registration, and they need to provide registration applications to buyers. Adult dogs should come with their registration papers, which you can transfer into your name by having both the buyer and seller sign the back and mailing them to the AKC.