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Broadly speaking in simple terms, your dog will need three CC to become a champion?

Broadly speaking in simple terms, your dog will need three CC to become a champion. After 3 cc he will automatically become a champion and you can apply for a championship certificate after that from the KCI. Only KCI registered dogs can take part in KCI dog shows. QUESTION:From Above mention statemet what is the difference beteween registration at the time of birth of puppy or after getting 3 cc. if any body have both registration certificate pls mail me his scan copy, i want to see the differnce.my email id is :SONY1985@rediffmail.com
By Satinderjit Singh · 03 Dec 2009 8:28 pm


By Dinkar Singh · 04 Dec 2009 5:22 pm
The registeration paper issued to the breeder when he has pups is the registration paper for life which you have to keep properly. The championship certificate is nothing but a certificate stating that ur dog is now a champion that is it. They are two different things and do not confuse them.
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