American Kennel Club Registration Papers

|American Kennel Club Registration Papers
American Kennel Club Registration Papers 2017-10-29T21:04:04+00:00

If you are just looking for a new family member and have every intention of spaying or neutering your dog to prevent unwanted pregnancies then “Limited” is for you. Your dog can still be registered with the American Kennel Club (AKC). The puppy is still eligible for some show events if you decide you want to show your dog. It does mean though that any offspring of a dog with “Limited” AKC is not eligible for American Kennel Club Registration.

“Full” AKC is just like it sounds, the puppy/dog is eligible for all AKC Breed show events and its offspring can be registered with the AKC when it is bred with another dog of the same breed that is also registered with “Full” AKC reg. In order to obtain Full AKC registration, you must fill out the Full AKC Application. Once approved you must pay the Full AKC registration fee.

If you already bought the pup and you decide to breed your puppy/dog than the Full AKC registration fee will double and a late fee will apply.

Exceptions:

One of the requirements to be able to get a puppy (Siberian Husky or Doberman Pinscher) from Husky Palace with Full AKC rights you can not live within 7 hours radius of us.

Siberian Husky:

Thus if you live in the following states you will not be able to get Full AKC papers:

  • Georgia
  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina
  • Virgina

The following states there is a possibility of obtaining Full AKC rights:

  • Alabama
  • Kentucky
  • Tennessee
  • West Virgina
Doberman Pinscher:

If you live in the following states you will not be able to get Full AKC papers:

  • Georgia
  • South Carolina

The following states there is a possibility of obtaining Full AKC rights:

  • Alabama
  • Kentucky
  • North Carolina
  • Tennessee
  • West Virginia
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