WHO MAY ENTER DOGS IN UKC LICENSED EVENTS?
Revised January 1, 2008
All United Kennel Club registered dogs, excluding coonhounds, may enter UKC Cur & Feist licensed events.
*1. THE “REGISTRANT”
The registrant is the individual whose name and address appears on the front of the Registration Certificate (purple or yellow) or the UKC Easy Entry™ Card.
If the registrant utilizes the Registration Certificate (purple or yellow) instead of the UKC Easy Entry™Card, they may enter the dog in the event provided that the Bill of Sale is blank.
* 2. THE “NEW REGISTRANT”
The new registrant is an individual who has purchased a dog from the registrant. The new registrant may enter the dog one time provided that the Bill of Sale portion of the Registration Certificate (purple or yellow) is completely filled out showing the new registrant as the purchaser and the registrant as the seller.
The registrant is listed as owner and the new registrant as handler for the event. New owners may not enter using the registrant’s UKC Easy Entry™ Card.
In the event that the Bill of Sale portion of the Registration Certificate is not completely filled out, entry takers must insist that the new registrant complete it. The new registrant should be warned that they must send the Registration Certificate to UKC for transfer into their name. Once warned, club management has the right to refuse entry at following events. Altered Registration Certificates or UKC Easy Entry™ Cards are not to be accepted at any time. NOTE: The Registrant (seller) must fill out the Bill of Sale completely with the exception of new registrant’s signature. With any alterations the Registration Certificate becomes void. UKC cannot be responsible for errors caused by illegible handwriting.
THE PAPERS REQUIRED FOR ENTERING EVENTS
Four different ways to enter. Submit any of the following to entry takers.
- 1. Registration Certificate (purple or yellow).
2. UKC Easy Entry™ Card.
3. Registration Certificate and degree (Champion or Grand Champion).
4. You may register your dog the day of the event.
This is contingent on the condition that the records kept by the dog’s owners are in accordance with those kept by UKC.
Neither UKC nor the host club are responsible for any mistakes made by the owners of these dogs concerning the dog’s degree.
If it is found that the owner’s records were in error, and the dog had not fulfilled the requirements for a Championship title, all points attained by that dog in the higher level will be considered void.