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In some shows mongrels can be shown as well, but they must have a CAR -- Companion Animal Registration, I think, through AKC.
Close. It's Canine Companions Listing, and is for mixed breeds and purebreds who are not an approved, miscellaneous or Foundation Stock Services breed. They can compete in all companion events that are open to all breeds, including obedience, rally, agility, CATs and tracking, as long as the host club permits them. (Very few clubs these days don't have their events open to them.)
 

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Close. It's Canine Companions Listing, and is for mixed breeds and purebreds who are not an approved, miscellaneous or Foundation Stock Services breed. They can compete in all companion events that are open to all breeds, including obedience, rally, agility, CATs and tracking, as long as the host club permits them. (Very few clubs these days don't have their events open to them.)
Sigh.... you'd think that someone who has two dogs with Canine Partners listings would remember the name of the program. :rolleyes:
 

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So it's CPR?

I mean, CPL?

I don't know where I got CAR from.
 

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So it's CPR?

I mean, CPL?

I don't know where I got CAR from.
Maybe from their microchip registry? It used to be called Companion Animal Recovery before they changed it to Reunite.

I'm not sure what the exact acronym for the Canine Partners listing is. I usually just write the whole thing out.
 
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Well I don't have to worry about berry checks. He only has one, so no point in ever entering him anywhere requiring two :(

Speaking of that, OB doesn't care about nuts, right? Only conformation?

I really appreciate your insight on the CGC & TT. We will be working on it (CGC) He is a good kid, I think he will get the message :)
If you duel register with UKC, they have an altered conformation CH titles as well.
 

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Maybe from their microchip registry? It used to be called Companion Animal Recovery before they changed it to Reunite.

I'm not sure what the exact acronym for the Canine Partners listing is. I usually just write the whole thing out.

Yeah that's it. Thanks.
 
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