When a new litter is born, MKA require the owner to notify them within 14 days. MKA may at their discretion decide whether to send a puppy inspector to check your puppies to acertain that the litter genuine. Late notification will be fined by MKA.
After notifying MKA, you will need to submit your registration as soon as possible. If you delay in submitting the registration for too long, MKA may not register your puppies :-)
Russian do not have proper Kennel Club to control the dog breed there. In a nutshell, if you purchase a dog either registered with Kennel club not recognised by MKA or those without registration, your purchased dog will not be registered by MKA. Hence be careful when you purchase imported dog.
A simple example is not all dog imported from Thailand will be registered by MKA as will. It all depends on their registration with Kennel club there.
Before you purchase any puppy, please ask the seller whether is the puppy come with any predigree or in simple term, is the puppy registered with MKA.
For a puppy to be registered with MKA, there are some strict requirements that need to be met. If your puppy is not registered currently and wish to register with MKA, then there are a great deal of works you need to do to prove that your puppy meet those requirements. It is tedious and you may or may not succeed.
Hence , it is important to ask the first question that I mentioned above before purchasing any puppy.