the breeder has to register the litter and give you the slip , you need owner of both female and male to sign off for the papers, If both parents are registered you should be able to get them to do that. If one or both parents arent registered you cant get papers.
papers are no good unless they come from a legitament registry like ADBA or UKC.. and to recieve them like angel already said both the parents must be registered threw them and your breeder would have to sign off on the papers
No if the mother is not papered then you canNOT get papers on the offspring. If the sire is not papered you cannot get papers on the offspring. BOTH parents have to be papered to get the offspring papered.