KC Activity register non-recognised breeds

Jackie Graves
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Registration with the Activity Register is for all dogs, both pedigree and non-pedigree. However, if you have a non-recognised breed, even though pedigree, it will be put on the Activity Register as Crossbreed. This is the case for the English Shepherd. Although registerable with the ESCR and the UKC in USA, because these registering bodies do not have a reciprocal arrangement with our KC, our KC does not recognise them. This is fine with English Shepherd owners. What we find confusing and erroneous is the fact that they have to be registered as crossbreeds, even though we can produce 5 generation pedigrees for our dogs. We are NOT asking for recognition. What we are asking for is for non recognised breeds to be registered as just that, "Not Recognised". We feel that this label is a true description; Crossbreed is not.

PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION TO ASK THE KENNEL CLUB TO PUT NON-RECOGNISED BREEDS AS A SEPARATE REGISTRATION. THANK YOU.

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  • Pauline hovell
    Pauline hovell United Kingdom, High Wycombe
    Apr 04, 2016
    Apr 04, 2016
    English shepherds are not cross breeds as they have to be labled
  • Dan Brown
    Dan Brown United Kingdom, Cambridge
    Apr 04, 2016
    Apr 04, 2016
    Please take this as my recognition that the KC is confused, and consequently need help deciphering breeds.
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Apr 04, 2016
    Apr 04, 2016
    My dog is recognised as a pedigree in USA so why not in the KC? I do not like him being registered as a crossbreed.
  • RobS
    RobS United Kingdom, Norwich
    Apr 04, 2016
    Apr 04, 2016
    Why do the KC want a breed with significant and documented heritage (the English Shepherd) to be given the dubious title of crossbreed, and yet they are considering registering "designer" dogs which are genuine crossbreeds and the whim of some money grabbing puppy farmer?
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