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Trying to get my AKC registered lab UKC registered. On the back of the single registration form it says that the "Single Registration applications for some breeds may be required to be approved by both UKC and a UKC approved national association/breed club." It then says the AKC requires a photo for all breeds. Kind of confused. DOes this mean I need to send a photo my UKC form to AKC?
 

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I've have not had to submit a photo on my AKC registered labs when applying for UKC registration.
 

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Go to the UKC web site and down load the Single Registrtion Form. The following is all you need to submit and the money. No pictures necessary.

General Required Documents for Single Registration:
1. UKC Application for Single Registration sample shown below.
2. Photocopy of the dog’s registration certificate from an UKC acknowledged registry. For all breeds we acknowledge AKC, The Kennel Club (Great Britain), Canadian Kennel Club and any FCI (Fédération Cynologique Internationale) registry.
**A copy of the registration certificate MUST be provided. A certified pedigree cannot be used in place of the registration certificate.
3. The dog's complete three generation pedigree (photocopy or handwritten).

** Any dog registered under a non-breeding agreement (limited registration) will be required to submit three color photographs of the dog (one from each side and one from the front). All photos should be taken at eye level while the dog is standing. Photos should include the whole dog; take care and be sure to not cut off the dog's feet.
 

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If You got AKC registration Your fine, but be sure to send in everything together, 3 gen pedigree etc. and be sure to sign the thing ;) Sent everything in once and forgot the owner signature, very embarrassing, :oops:plus side the UKC is very easy to deal with.

I believe the photo rule, is for registration on dogs that are not recognized by other kennel clubs yet. Exp. blue lacy or pudel-pointer, it allows for the development of the breed registry on newer breeds. The UKC has documentation on several breeds not recognized by the AKC, it is very good about helping maintain records.
 
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