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by Steve1972 on 10 January 2023 - 12:01

I recently purchased a puppy that is said to be sired by Mondo di Casa Palomba. I do not have reservations as to wether this is true or not. I purchased this puppy with intentions of future breeding. When this time arrives I’d like to have certified documentation of this puppies parentage. Can anyone give me a pointer?

by GSDHeritage on 10 January 2023 - 14:01

You would need to contact the seller and request the pup be DNA back to the sire before purchase.  AKC in the USA does not require pups to be DNA'd back to sire of dam. 


by shivambhatele on 16 January 2023 - 11:01

DNA testing can be used to verify a puppy's sire. The process typically involves collecting DNA samples from the puppy, the alleged sire, and the dam, and then comparing the DNA profiles of the puppy and the alleged sire. The DNA samples can be collected using swabs of the inside of the cheek or by taking a small blood sample. Once the samples have been collected, they are sent to a laboratory for analysis. The laboratory will compare the DNA profiles of the puppy and the alleged sire to determine if they match. If they do match, it is highly likely that the alleged sire is the puppy's biological father. You can get more information about puppies and dogs from here: https://dtua.org/


by Steve1972 on 22 January 2023 - 16:01

To be more specific, how do I go about getting Mondo’s DNA profile to have conspired to this puppy. The dam was bred out of country and sold to U.S. buyer. Pup was born in U.S. AKC registration shows Mondo as sire. Without DNA testing it can not be said for absolute certainty that VA1 Mondo di Casa Palomba is indeed the sire of this pup.
Mondo is an Italian dog. Often when looking at kennel websites or other websites like winsis.cat DNA is listed as “Gepr” or “Geprüft”. I understand that this indicates “on file”. winSiS-CAT.com shows this.
What I don’t know is how to obtain a copy of Mondo’s DNA profile to compare. Or is there a place I can send my pups sample for analysis and comparison? Ultimately what I would like to happen is myself having documentation from some organization verifying this pups lineage.
This is proving very difficult for me. This pup has dogs in her pedigree from different countries. Is there one place where I can find all of them?

Fantom76 (admin)

by Fantom76 on 22 January 2023 - 17:01

Geprüft = tested
Gelagert = on file

Sunsilver

by Sunsilver on 23 January 2023 - 10:01

AKC in the USA does not require pups to be DNA'd back to sire of dam.

Really? When I purchased Star in 2007, her sire was a recent import from Poland. AKC insisted on a DNA test from him before they would register her litter. Due to delays in this process, it took me NINE MONTHS to get her registration papers!


by apple on 23 January 2023 - 11:01

I think it is only required on imports after AKC registration is obtained.





 


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