Register Your Puppy At Certified Pet Registration Kennel Club Inc.



           Why is it important to have a registration of your  Angel Baby?



We are establishing the "Maltese Angel Babies" pedigree line. By registering your Angel Baby he or she becomes a certified offspring of the pedigree and an official member of our family tree. 


                                        





Other reasons to have your Angel Baby registered include: 

  • most animal shelters require proof of ownership to claim your pet
  • provides you assurance of accurate genealogy
  • a document equivalent to a birth certificate
  • your Angel Baby is issued its own identifiying  pin number for tracking 
  • you will always have online access to view your dog's information and re-print your certificates in case your original is ever lost
  • ownership trail


When you pick up your "Maltese Angel Baby" you will be given your unique Puppy Registration form to fill out and send in to be officially added to our family tree and the "Maltese Angel Babies" pedigree line. 

WE REQUIRE OUR KENNEL INITIALS "MAB" AT THE BEGINNING OF YOUR REGISTERED NAME. EXAMPLE: 
                 MAB JIM'S SWEETIE PIE SUZIE



3 comments:

  1. Hi Sally,

    No breeder I have purchased a Maltese from in the past offers this!! Wonderful for new Mom's and Dad's to have and to use to gather information about their baby in case something is misplaced. Again, this is a new and unique thing you are providing to all of us that are getting an Angel Baby!

    Joe and Ronna

    Bend, Oregon

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  2. This is excellent documentation - each Maltese Angel Baby gets to have his own Ancestry DNA !! It will be so interesting to trace the descendants through the years. We are thrilled that we may one day have a little Maltese whose heritage goes back to Master Benji - we will be honored.
    Diane & Charles

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  3. I've never given much thought to registering a pure bred dog before but wow, what a fantastic (and useful) idea. Looking forward to that step. Mary M Gresham or

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