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Thread: How to register my akc dog in ukc?

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    Default How to register my akc dog in ukc?

    I wanna run hr, but to count, trap has to be registered ukc.
    Looking it up, i see single, permanent, etc.

    Which one or what do i do???

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    Mark, I have run a few HRC events in the past. For each dog, I just filled out the application I was given at the test for registration. As soon as I received the card, the passes/points were applied. You can just "show up" and take care of all. Unlike AKC, you do not have to have your dog registered or enter in advance.
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    Are there any positives or negatives to registering in ukc, or just leave him as akc only.

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    You must register UKC to run HRC Tests. But there is absolutely no advantage to just having the registration. If you plan to breed, the AKC reg is the one you need.
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    Might as well run tests and get other titles.

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    For your points to count the dog must be registered in UKC. You can run and you have 60 days to register the dog. Then points will be added.
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    I just went through this and since the litter was not UKC registered my puppy has to be one year old to single register.Unless the owner of the Dam sent in a letter stating he was not going to UKC register we would have to wait.Their policy preventing a double registered dog.
    Hope that made sense to You.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom. P. View Post
    I just went through this and since the litter was not UKC registered my puppy has to be one year old to single register.Unless the owner of the Dam sent in a letter stating he was not going to UKC register we would have to wait.Their policy preventing a double registered dog.
    Hope that made sense to You.
    This only applies to pups born to parents that are UKC registered, but the litter was not registered by the breeder.

    For AKC registered parents (even if ONE parent is also UKC reg. but not the other), single registration with UKC is the form you need and for the Hunt Secretary's sake, DON'T wait to fill this out at a hunt test. Most likely you will NOT have all the info needed to do so at that time anyway. A pup with this type of "breeding" can be registered at any time with UKC as long as it is permanently registered with AKC and you have the certificate from AKC (you will need a photocopy to send to UKC).

    I am a breeder and I have registered dozens of dogs this way
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