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I have several dogs reg thru ukc. I recently breed a female to a stud for a fee.stud owner and his partner(dog is co-owned) both signed papers for me to send off for pups permanent registration apparently which I have gotten back and all pups are currently reg in my name only (no co-owns due to stud owner receiving fee instead of pup back). Stud owner recently saw pups and now says I should 'give' him a pup due to this breeding turning out so well. He is threatening to put a stop on pups reg if I don't give him a male pup. So my question: can he do anything about these pups reg since they r already reg to me?
 

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No, not unless it as written into a contract. You can always file a complaint. Always helps to have a written contract regarding matters like these. If no pup back deal was negotiated before and written into a contract I say too bad so sad for him.
 

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so many shady people out there. id file a complaint just incase he contacts the ukc saying he didnt sign those papers ect , but no he is not entitled to anything that wasnt agreed to before like lauren said above. a great reason why people need to use contracts I dont know how many storys I been hearing lately of shady people not honoring there words, get everything in writting.
 

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I'm not on the up and up with all the breeders rights but if you payed the fee for the stud used then you owe him nothing out of the deal!
 

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Was there a contract for the use of the stud or was it just a verbal contract? As long as you have your receipt that he was paid for the stud use, you should be ok. I would contact UKC, before he does.

Good luck. Hope it turns out well!
 

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I would think if you've already got papers in hand it is too late for him to do anything to "stop" the papers. If you wanted to peace-make, you could offer to sell him a puppy for a reasonable market value. But personally, I'd tell him where to stick that nonsense, no question about it.
 
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