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I have a stupid question to ask...............

Discussion in 'Dogs - small breeds (toy) specific' started by pomlover, Jan 18, 2005.

  1. pomlover

    pomlover New Member

    I guess I will be admitting that I don't know a whole lot about dogs. Sorry!! Anyway, we are looking at another Pom as a friend for Lacie and the guy we are thinking about buying him from said he is reg. with APR. He said he still had this little guy becuase the other lady didn't want him because he wasn't reg. with AKC. OK, here is my stupid question...........what is the real difference in the two? I have NO idea. Lacie is reg. with the AKC but this little guy is APR. We won't be breading them. He will be neutered when he gets old enough. He is 3 months old and weighs approx. 3 lbs. Any informatin you could provide me with would be greatly appreciated. Sorry to be so dumb. :?
  2. puttin510

    puttin510 New Member

    AKC is supposed to help get you a better dog, But that is not always they case. I think the pom will be fine. Wish I could tell you more, but I really don't delve into that subject much. AKC is better than CKC , CKC is much easier to get a dog into. Their standards are not as high. But you can find a great pet dog thats not registered. They are everywhere. I'm not even certain what APR is.
  3. WinniPoo

    WinniPoo New Member

    Not an expert either, but did a little google search and found APR means American Puppy Registry and not recognized by the AKC. This being said and you don't plan on your puppy being anything but a pet, don't get suckered into paying more money for a registration that really means nothing. This is only my opinion!!
  4. Aqueous

    Aqueous New Member

    APR could be the American Purebred Registry.
    Here's what they have on their site about registration:


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