You got all that upon going home with the puppy but how did you know before you decided to go with that breeder and dogs?
How did you know the pedigree, clearances info ahead of time. I want to know before I invest any excitement or money in a pup about the pedigree and clearances etc.
Any good breeder will send all that to you ahead of time. I have the pedigree of the litter on k9data.com, and send that in my email to prospective puppy buyers, along with links to clearances or copies of them. There are generally pics of the parents on k9data. In my email I discuss why I did this particular breeding, what I feel is strong about the litter pedigree, the personalities, temperaments and accomplishments of each parent, health and longevity of ancestors, how prior litters have turned out (if relevant), how my litters are raised, etc.. I also discuss Limited Registration, the price of a puppy, and include a copy of my warranty and my puppy questionnaire. It sounds like a lot of work but most of the letter needs only be done once, and then personalized a little for each inquirer.
Those who are serious are invited to come for a visit to meet the dogs and me (and vice versa).
It is not hard at all, and everyone I know who breeds does this or something very similar.