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bo.johnson2198
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2 breeds ok to reg?

Just checking because I haven't done this before.....

I have a registered PR blue tick coonhound with good pedigree and thinking of breeding to a registered PR English red tick..... would there be any issues to get the litter all registered and papered if both parents are all PR with papers?
do you see any problems down the line for future breeding and paper work?
or anything I need to do different then registering as if I had breed the same breeds ?
I would like to be able to sell the pups I don't keep to future hunters....thanks!

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The litter would have to be registered as X-bred since the parents are 2 different breeds.

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bo.johnson2198
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since you obviously know much more about all this, can you give me a little more input and advice?

what does x bred mean and would that have an effect on selling the pups? especially for future breeding?

would I be better off in the long run to stay with 1 or the other breed or does it matter?
I have blues that I like and looking at some English that like and not sure what to do right now especially if I'm going to be in this long term?

thank you very much for the info and quick reply!
and I also sent a PM little bit ago too.

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X-bred is for dogs that are not purebred or have an incomplete pedigree. If you want to register a purebred litter with us then you would have to breed your UKC registered dog to another UKC registered dog of the same breed.

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