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Melissa
19th September 2007, 06:27 PM
Is a dog that isn't AKC or CKC registed allowed compete in agilty? My pup is purebreed but didn't come with any papers.

Barbara Nixon
19th September 2007, 07:04 PM
If it's the same as with UK competitions, you can go on a special register for obedience, agility and work trials, with any dog. You choose a working name just like breeders put on pedigrees but you don't need to have an affix, though you can should you wish to.

sunshinekisses
19th September 2007, 07:13 PM
You can get an ILP registration from AKC and compete in all the dog sports except conformation. It is really easy, you just need to fill out the application, have proof of sterilization of pet and two good pictures of your dog to show its breed. akc.org will have more information for you. Good luck!

Melissa
19th September 2007, 07:16 PM
Thanks for the info. He's only 6 months so I won't be started for at least another 6 months (probably more to be on the safe side). I just like to be prepared and knowledgable before I start anything.

*Pauline*
21st September 2007, 12:57 PM
You choose a working name just like breeders put on pedigrees but you don't need to have an affix, though you can should you wish to.

Tha would be fun, picking your own name!

Cathy Moon
21st September 2007, 01:02 PM
Is a dog that isn't AKC or CKC registed allowed compete in agilty? My pup is purebreed but didn't come with any papers.
In the US, there are several agility venues that don't have purebred requirements, and my favorites are CPE and TDAA:
http://www.k9cpe.com/
There is also USDAA:
http://www.usdaa.com/
TDAA:
http://www.k9tdaa.com/
NADAC:
http://www.nadac.com/