My new golden puppy's name is Rex. I would like to give him a registered name that includes his own name and honors both his father (River-registered as Morning Star Miracle) and mother (Glory-registered as The Glory Of It All) and thereby honoring his breeder. I've thought of a different way to "mis"spell Rex as Wrecks (as in shipwrecks) to try to find a way to put the three together but I still haven't figured it out. Any help will be greatly appreciated!!
Well if you want to honor the breeder then use their name in the registered name, I named Mariya Kiana's firefly, cuz she loves to chase fireflies. Jonah is Kiana's they call the fire Joe. They have alot of their dogs named after fire, and all mine are red & white so it fit.
You could try something like "glory of morning star Rex", but you could also put in the kennel name for him if who ever the breeder is has a kennel name. When I got Henry, my breeder already had the kennel name on his registration. So he became Sado's Henry Wrinkler of R. C. ( the R. C. is what I put on all my registrations.) What kind of pup do you have? Can you post pics of him?
The proper way to register a dog is to put the kennel name of the breeder first, then the dogs name and then if you are starting a kennel you put "of" and your kennel name. My dogs I breed are all Windy Valley. But if I buy a dog, such as the last one I purchased: He is Sundowner's Tally Ho of Windy Valley.
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