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Ohhhhhhhhh, I just read your typed out portion. So the problem is with the registration of one of Milo's parents. One of them had a parent listed incorrectly, so now Milo is affected. I get it now. In a sense, Milo's registration is on hold. Yes, the breeder will have to get this corrected right away.
This did happen to three breeders I know (and many pet owners) because one dog's registration (parentage) was found to be incorrect also. It was a huge mess because a lot of those breeders had puppies out in the ring and all of their registrations were put on hold as well.
ETA: I hope this doesn't worry you because it really doesn't change a thing for you. It will all get straightened out eventually. The letter was just to inform you. Now if you were showing Milo in any AKC events or breeding him, it would be a huge deal because no awards could be given to him and no offspring could be registered. In Milo's case, this is probably just a simple change on his AKC papers, which you will get in their correct format in a few months.
Last edited by Havtahava; 08-02-2010 at 11:15 PM.