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    I have a pup out of a UKC AKC registered female but AKC only male. What do I need to do to register the pup with both UKC and AKC? I bred last time the same way but have forgotten what I did to get them dual registered.

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    All you need to do is fill out the AKC papers and fill out a single registration UKC paper/form

    Ukc recognizes akc and will register akc register dogs.

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    Sorry I do not own the Sire. The sire is Slider which is AKC registered but not UKC. My female is AKC and UKC registered.

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    Still register pup AKC. Wait for the registration certificate. Then fill out UKC single registration app for this puppy. Attach copy of AKC registration certificate and pedigree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLindsay View Post
    ....I bred last time the same way but have forgotten what I did to get them dual registered.
    If the Sire is not UKC registered, I do not believe that you can register the litter with the UKC.

    You can register the litter with the AKC.

    Then, if an individual buyer of an individual puppy wishes to send in a single registration application to the UKC for their AKC registered puppy, they can do so.

    And then, the puppy will be dual registered.

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