United Kennel Club


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United Kennel Club

a privately owned, all-breed registry for purebred dogs in the United States.
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The duo is dosing in on the 500 Points Club in United Kennel Club Hunt Tests.
A person breeding purebreds does not have to be a professional breeder to register with the AKC or United Kennel Club.
National Shoot to Retrieve Field Trial Association, North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association, United Kennel Club, Hunting Retriever Club and Canadian Kennel Club are all sanctioning c bodies.
If I died tomorrow, I've had a lifetime of memories,'' said Fred Moran of Suttersville in Western Pennsylvania, who breeds redbone hounds, one of the six breeds allowed to compete in coon-hunting contests sponsored by the United Kennel Club, a national registry.
And there is the United Kennel Club, which is associated with non-competitive hunt tests (called hunts).
But the United Kennel Club (UKC) has always considered the poodle a sporting breed.

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