We are currently processing registration applications that were received as of April 27, 2016.
Application for Permanent Registration: A temporary application used to permanently register a dog that has been litter registered.
Permanent Registration Certificate: An official certificate that is issued once the application for permanent registration is submitted.
Application for Single Registration: Single Registration is a method for purebred dogs from other recognized registries to become UKC registered.
Performance Listing: Performance Listing is a method for mix bred dogs, purebred dogs of unknown pedigree, purebred dogs with disqualifying faults or breeds not recognized by UKC to be able to participate in performance events. Performance listed dogs may compete in all UKC Performance Events and Junior Showmanship.
Complete the UKC Litter Registration Application or Coonhound Litter Registration Application and if applicable Step 8: Additional Pups Form
Para descargar la aplicación de camada, haga clic aquí.
Paso 8: Forma para Cachorros Adicionales.
Register Your Litter Online Here
Is your breed eligible for litter registration when sired by a non-UKC registered sire? Click here for more information.
Litter Registration Application for Litter Sired by Non-UKC Registered Sire - Only available to the following fifteen (15) breeds. Beagle, Boykin Spaniel, Chesapeake Bay Retriever, Curly-Coated Retriever, Flat Coated Retriever, Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever, Brittany, English Pointer, English Setter, German Shorthaired Pointer, German Wirehaired Pointer, Hungarian Wire-Haired Vizsla, Irish Red & White Setter, and the Vizsla.
- • Litter applications must be submitted before the litter reaches one year of age.
• Both the sire and the dam must be of the same breed and permanently registered with the UKC.
• If the sire of a litter is less than 8 months of age or more than 12 years of age on the date of breeding, UKC reserves the right to require that the sire and dam, and at least one puppy from the litter be DNA profiled through UKC and the parentage verified before registering the litter, at the litter owner’s expense.
• If the dam of a litter is less than 10 months of age or more than 10 years of age on the date of breeding, UKC reserves the right to require that the sire and dam, and at least one puppy from the litter be DNA profiled through UKC and the parentage verified before registering the litter, at the litter owner’s expense.