|08-23-2013 09:35 PM|
|08-23-2013 09:22 PM|
AKC Canine Partners Family Dog Program More Dog Fun
United Kennel Club: Limited Privilege
|08-23-2013 09:20 PM|
Conformation is the only thing I can think of where you'd be required to have a purebred dog. Both the AKC and UKC offer an alternative registration for mixed breeds and dogs that look pure without papers. I do think they require them to be fixed though, not 100% on that.
You can enter pretty much any of the competitions from there.
NADAC is a agility registry that only requires the handler/dog to be a member. Or so it was the last time I trialed through them. (once)
|08-23-2013 09:14 PM|
|GsdLoverr729||AKC is a purebred registry. If you buy a purebred dog whose parents are registered, then the dog can be registered (so long as the parents were on full registration lol). I believe they also have a system for un-papered purebreds to be registered, but it requires the animal be altered and it must at least appear to be of that breed.|
|08-23-2013 09:11 PM|
|GSDLover2000||What is required to register for AKC?|
|08-23-2013 08:52 PM|
|KZoppa||really the only thing you need a purebred dog for is dog shows. Beyond that, long as you register properly, you're dog can participate. Just depends on where you are and what rules they have for that event and area.|
|08-23-2013 08:38 PM|
|GsdLoverr729||Not all agility competitions require purebreds or papers. I'm not involved in agility, but I know quite a few people with mutts and un-papered dogs who participate in it. I'm sure someone who is involved will know how to go about it without papers/with a mixed breed.|
|08-23-2013 08:36 PM|
Only Purebreds with Pedigrees?
I am very interested in Agility, and I am wondering: Do you need AKC papers, and pedigrees, and all of that. If your dog is purebred then can he/she enter a competitions, and win??? Or only ones with papers to prove it, like pedigrees and AKC papers. Thanks guys!