In order to be accepted into the program a breeder must:Have a history of at least 5 years involvement with AKC events. Have earned AKC Conformation, Performance or Companion event titles on a minimum of 4 dogs from AKC litters they bred or co-bred.
People also ask
What are the requirements to become a dog breeder?
The American Kennel Club is noted for establishing their own coursework for dog breeder certification through their college. A wide range of courses is provided through the AKC Breeder College ranging from the ABC鈥檚 in anatomy, breeding systems, genetic defects, pedigree, kennel blindness, nutrition, and medical.
How do you become an AKC recognition breeder?
Recognition levels are tiered using numbers of titled dogs produced. In order to be accepted into the program a breeder must: Have a history of at least 5 years involvement with AKC events. Have earned AKC Conformation, Performance or Companion event titles on a minimum of 4 dogs from AKC litters they bred or co-bred. Be a member of an AKC club.
Why join the AKC bred program?
Breeders that participate in the AKC Bred with H.E.A.R.T. program pledge to uphold the program values of health, education, accountability, responsibility, and tradition. If you鈥檙e a breeder yourself, we invite you to join us in our century long-commitment to advance the health and welfare of all dogs and uphold the following principles:
What does it mean when a dog is registered with AKC?
Kennel Name Registration The American Kennel Club offers breeders the Registered Kennel Name Program to protect the use of their kennel鈥檚 name in the naming of AKC registered dogs. The use of a registered kennel name allows breeders to name dogs of their breeding in an identifiable manner creating a prominent familial foundation in the breed.