by galimani on 17 September 2014 - 17:09
Hello out there! Can someone tell me how I can contact pedigree authorities in Belgium and request the correct documents for our dog that we have bought for about a year ago? Two puppies were accidentally exchanged, so the chip number on the dog and the chip number on the pedigree do not fit. A year has passed, but we still do not have the documents. What can we do? Any advice will be appreciated!
by Ibrahim on 17 September 2014 - 19:09
Contact breeder, he should have record of who bought who and you can switch pedigrees
by kazulani on 17 September 2014 - 19:09
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by galimani on 18 September 2014 - 12:09
THANK YOU! Our problem is that the breeder does not reply to us and does not inform us about what is happening. This has caused a lot of problems, we could not register the dog in Norway, where we live, and we had no insurance, when it appeared that the dog has a genetic decease and had to have two surgeries. We had to pay a lot of money for all that. Is there an authority in Belgium that may solve this conflict or do we need to hire a lawyer and go to court in Belgium? The breeder is the leader of Sharpei club in Belgium, so that is a totally hopeless situation...