A Breed puppy must have a Pedigree.
Lagotto puppies without pedigree are still sold today at a lower price. There are absurd logics of breeding to create such distinctions, certainly not the cost of the pedigree.
Giving a pedigree to a breed puppy is ethical and mandatory by law.
The pedigree is not a health certificate.
There are thousands of diseases that can affect a dog, and those who welcome a dog in the family should be aware of it.
Using healthy and controlled dogs for hereditary pathologies of the breed and for dysplasias it is simply a starting point and in our opinion an obligation to reproduce.
Who sells a puppy with pedigree what gives us and what does not give us?
Who gives a Lagotto puppy, son of parents who are checked for health, what does he add?
Three slides to understand:
1 Genetic tests
3 X-ray check for dysplasias