Hie there , I'm new in this forum . I'm planning to buy a new toy dog . I went to a few pet shops last weekend , found out that the pricing for the puppy will be vary if they are vaccinated and have this MKA cert . My question here is , does this MKA cert play an important role when we need to purchase a dog ? What is this MKA cert about ? Is it a normal birth cert to certify the originality of this dog breed ? Between what other area do I need to take into consideration when I need to purchase a puppy beside talking about budget wise . I came across with a pet shop which is cheaper in pricing wise but the dog doesn't has a MKA cert and it's not vaccinated . So I would like to know what is so important about all this when the pricing is vary about 1k compare to those vaccinated dog with MKA . Cheers, =y33v0n=
Re: [y33v0n] =What does MKA cert means ?=
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Please refer to one of the topic in the forum which discussed on why you should not buy a puppy from petshop. The link can be found on puppycom main page. You'll have a better idea on how to purchase a puppy. Happy searching!!
(This post was edited by May on Sep 9, 2002, 8:28 PM)