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Could someone tell me where the following acronyms originated from... All from pedigree database registration numbers (???/#####)
KCREG
UKK
CKJ
EV
USZ
CSPKP
SV
KJ
CSKS
CSNO
CJD
CS
CMKS
DS
CKU
PKP
CSKP
DK
KSP
MER
CSGPK

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I wrote a little program to do some deep pedigree analysis. Of the 28,197 known dogs in my males pedigree, these are reg numbers I can't identify
 

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I think the SV one is pretty obvious :D
 

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You're right. My brain totally associated wrong!
 

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KC Reg is likely to be the UK KC, sometimes written as EKC
DK Denmark
CKU China

If some are UK dogs the letters/numbers possibly are the stud book number rather than registration number
 

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CSKS - Czechoslovakian dog breeding union
I think some of acronyms starting with CS are from Czech or former Czechoslovakia. will keep looking
 

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KCREG - Kennel Club Registration - UK
CKU - China Kennel Union
CS - UK
DK - Denmark
Hi where do you get CS = UK?


Hunterisgreat I have just looked at some of my CMKU pedigrees from my Czech dogs if you go back on them you have CKS and CsHPK, I am presuming it was when the Czech Republic and Slovakia was one country
 

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An example of UK KC registration W2717004W03 the W03 at the end equates to year born and Breed Recorder Supplement quarter for the year in which the litter was registered in, which in this case is 1996 Autumn the dog was born Summer 1996 but litter in Autumn BRS

Example of Stud Book number; 3558BJ BJ = 1976
 
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