If my spoo has limited akc registration would i still be able to show him in ukc conformation shows, if i register him with ukc of course. I have no desire to breed or show in akc (i already show bostons in akc).
I believe that is what limited AKC reg. means in the US too. And then there is the spay/neuter contract.In Canada, limited registration just means you can't register puppies produced by that dog. It is hoped by the breeder that the dog will not ever be bred, but there are those who will breed anyway...those dreaded backyard breeders and puppy mills! The breeder of the dog may add in their own contract, such as requiring the dog to be spayed or neutered by a certain age. But the breeder cannot withhold registration papers pending neutering.
I believe you can show AKC with a limited registration, just can't breed the dog. Correct me if I'm wrong, anyone!
If you register your dog with UKC you can show it, and UKC has altered classes as well. Go to the UKC website to find out that info.
Yes, absolutely! Many/most performance dogs are fixed. For one thing, some performance events don't allow bitches in season to participate (e.g., Obedience). And even if they can, my friend has an intact bitch who just falls apart performance-wise when she is in season or near.Dose anyone know if you can participate in AKC aglilty, obedience, herding. and other thing if your dog is fix?