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asal

Interesting? AAR does not recognise one puppy as a "litter".

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tdierikx   

How bizarre... leaves out a lot of small breed litters then... *sigh*

 

The again, they want $7.50 for each registration, so are guaranteeing themselves $15 minimum per "litter"...

 

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asal   

From what I read, its $15 per pup for the initial logging in of the pups microchips recorded in the breeders name and then $7.50 for first transfer to the new owner.   But for a one pup no discount for the transfer as they dont recognise that as a litter. so the income for a 2 pup "litter" is $45 and for a singleton they make $30.

in the case of ten singleton "litters" thats $300 .. or for more accuracy 20 singleton pups (same number as ten two pup litters.) will cost their breeder $600, 

 

Compared to only $450 income for ten two pup (total 20 pup's) litters?  Really Major saving for the big litter breeds.

 

considering it is all done online by the mug breeder there is no staff input to either transaction

 

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Hard on small litters, but nothing strange.  The same sort of thing is done for whole litter genetic tests.  The administrative cost of doing one is almost the same as the cost of doing many.  

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