We now require documentation of the sire’s registration if it is NOT owned by the breeder:
CKC is opening limited registration up to all its members. Preferred Breeders will continue to enjoy this benefit without any changes, but now all members can take advantage of this selling point.
CKC may reject a PAW application with or without cause.
There are many reasons that a dog presented may not qualify for this program. CKC reserves the right to refuse to evaluate a canine submitted if, in our sole opinion, we do not think the dog is a good candidate for the program. In these cases, the applicant will receive a refund of the PAW registration fee and corresponding application materials.
We now require documentation of ownership as well as breed documentation for canines registered with alternate breed verification.
-a copy of the official registration certificate or equivalent as defined by CKC’s Registration Policies and Procedures
-copies of the sire and dam’s official registration certificate or equivalents as defined by CKC’s Registration Policies and Procedures.”
Under the new rule, proof of registration of the parents/canine, as well as proof of ownership, is required. Certificates and other acceptable documentation provide proof of ownership and breed and are reliable in verifying the accuracy of our records.