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Kennel Name Registration The American Kennel Club offers breeders the Registered Kennel Name Program to protect the use of their kennel’s 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.Where can I find additional information on the AKC's dog and litter registration?
Below you’ll find additional information on the AKC’s dog and litter registration. If you have any questions, you can email [email protected] or call (919) 233-9767.Can you add a co-owner to an AKC registered dog?
Whether you have sold your AKC registered dog or are adding a co-owner, we’ve gathered the most commonly asked questions about transfers in one easy-to-access place. If you lost your dog’s Registration Application or Registration Certificate the litter owner or owner on record can request a new one. ( Duplicate Dog Registration Application.What happens when you register a kennel name?
When a kennel name is registered, the American Kennel Club will exercise reasonable care in protecting the name for the use of the individual (s) to whom it has been registered. Currently, a Registered Kennel Name is protected in all positions of a dog’s name.