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Just looking for some opinions here. I'm new to all this dog stuff. I have all the papers to register my F1 doodle with the American Canine Hybrid Club. (?) Both parents are AKC registered. Do I have any reason to file all of this stuff if I have no intention of breeding her? It will cost $20 to get the paper that says she is registered--I'd rather spend the money on a fun chew toy for her. What do you think?
 

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Unless you intend to breed, there is no real advantage to you personally if you register your puppy. The advantage is in the Labradoodle community. ILA is trying to compile an accurate registration of Labradoodles so that they will have a valid data point.
I don't know how much they charge for initial registration, such as yours (I register as a breeder) but if you are going to register, I would suggest that you register with ILA rather than any other organization because that is the only place, that I am aware of, working towards an international census.
www.ilainc.com
 
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