I purchased a parti yorkie from Tiffany O'Hearon with Extreme Parti
Yorkies that I recently discovered has a false pedigree. This little boy was purchased for $2,000 plus pick of the litter in November of 2011. After owning
this little boy this long, I discovered in early January of 2013 his pedigree is
false and there is a very real possibility that his AKC papers will go
conditional or even possibly get pulled if the sire is not found through
A female yorkie was sold to Southern Utah Yorkies
expecting a litter which was unknown by her owner. After the litter was
born, Southern Utah Yorkies called the prior owner and requested she
sign the litter registration so the puppies could be sold with full AKC.
The owner declined to do so and stated she would not since she did not
know the yorkie was expecting nor does she know who the sire is as she
had two males in her residence at that time. As the original breeder of that litter, she requested that the litter be sold with no papers and petted out.
Tiffany O'Hearon purchased one of the puppies from this litter... a female yorkie, knowing the original breeder said there is more than one possibly father and pups needed to be petted out. She
then registered the female through CKC using a false sire owned by a
breeder not even in the same state, getting the names of one possible father and a random dog confused. This female yorkie was then rolled into AKC which is acceptable according to AKC policies, at this instance. But why the need to register through CKC if both parents were in fact registered
with AKC to begin with? Tiffany o'Hearon claims it was a "human error" and she just listed the incorrect sire. She may have made a error in choosing a random dog's name to fill in the
dog's sire's pedigree, but she knew was fully aware the litter wasn't supposed to be registered and the agreement on why the pups were suppose to be petted out. She deliberately registered the female through CKC, as she is fully aware she could get AKC registration papers through this process because this is the policy of AKC. Rather than following the wishes and decisions the
original breeder wanted, she cheated and lied about the pedigree. She deliberately sold dogs knowing she falsified the pedigree and knew the linage was in question. There is a chance the pedigrees will get fixed if AKC can go back into the database and find a correct match with an AKC registered male (could take months), but the point is she falsified paperwork in order to breed a girl that was to be sold as a pet only at a reduced price. The actual sire to this litter could be one of two males, a biewer male or another male which I now actually own, unknown by me when I purchased both males as I intended on having different lines in my breeding program.
At this point, I have a parti yorkie I paid 2,000 for which I can do nothing with in regards to
breeding as I am unsure what will happen with his papers or what his correct pedigree is. This has not only impacted myself but other people who have purchased the puppies unaware the pedigree was false. I and many others would not have the problem of being out of thousands if she didn't falsify pedigrees to save money.
The sad part about all this is she admitted she was aware the pedigrees were incorrect yet called it "human error" and offered to refund my money in full of $2,000 only to have her husband send me text messages the same day she agreed to a full refund refusing to honor her agreement and threatening me. NOT ONLY has she done this to myself and others who have purchased babies from her for 2,000 plus dollars, but she has ALREADY been suspended from AKC since December of 2011 for three years for pedigree fraud and using the incorrect registration on a litter. Apparently this is a habit of hers..... see page 50 on the bottom left hand side. http://images.akc.org/pdf/about/delegate_meeting/dec11.pdf
AKC policy is to provide a warning on the first offense, on the second offense they suspend your AKC privileges. Clearly this is a habit she has of falsifying papers.