A great thing about ethical breeders: They would not have bred two dogs with dapple genes together to produce a double dapple (which can be horrid and I would think as a breeder you would be aware). They also wouldn't breed a double dapple. The one thing I'll agree with you about the AKC being bad is that they would recognize your double dapple as an acceptable pattern. If that is even true, I have only been told and I personally do not breed or have interest in doing so.She produced a Chocolate Double Dapple female (I kept for breeding)
So, a good amount of things here are wrong to me and tell me breed registries are the least of your concerns. 1. You don't know how genetics work. 2. Or you do and purposely bred two dapples together to get your double dapple. 3. Your dogs are of unknown backgrounds so you were unaware you even had a dapple. 4. You don't know what DD means and are misinformed about your puppies markings. Or you've mistaken a Piebald for a dapple. In any case, stop breeding and learn genetics. Dachshunds are complicated to me and I don't breed.
This read was merged and recently topped and totally confused me.