KCI Registration Camp

08 Sep 2008 | by | Posted in: Events

Gurgaon, 14th September 2008 Sunday
Advantages of getting your dog registered with KCI:

  1. You get a dog registration certificated from Kennel club of India confirming breed of the dog.
  2. Your dog gets a microchip which is identification for your dog, very helpful in cracking dog thefts.
  3. Puppies of your dog will get KCI registration right from child hood and the pedigree is registered; the registration papers will have the family tree of up to 5 generations of the dog, hence adding value and breed purity certification
  4. Your dog becomes eligible to take part in all the national and international events organized by KCI across country.

KCI registration camp
For your dog to become KCI registered, you need to take your dog to a nominated judge or KCI nominated expert for the expert opinion the expert gives his opinion about the dog and recommends KCI to register it.
In the KCI registration camp, KCI expert will be available for breed for giving opinion for your dog and Gurgaon Kennel Club will help you process the application to Kennel Club of India.
Procedure of registration:

  1. Please bring your dog to the Camp
  2. Fill KCI registration form (will be available in the camp)
  3. Apply for Indian Kennel Gazette subscription (Mandatory)
  4. 3 color photographs of the dog (Photo clicking facility will be available in the camp on paid basis )
  5. KCI expert will give opinion and attest the form.
  6. Gurgaon Kennel Club will send documents to KCI for getting your dog registered.
  7. You will receive your dog’s registration papers by post on the address provided by you in about 2-3 months time.                   

Date of Camp:

14th September 2008- Sunday

10:00 am to 1:00 pm          
Dr Josan Pet Clinic, Shop No 88,

Central Market, Sector 23, Gurgaon

05:00 pm to 8:00 pm
D 6/18, DLF Phase I, Gurgaon


KCI Registration Fee: Rs. 150
KCI Microchip Fee: Rs. 208
IKG Subscription: Rs. 300 (Indian Kennel Gazette Subscription is mandatory for becoming KCI member)
Total: Rs. 658
Photos:    Photo clicking facility will be available on paid basis in the camp (nominal price)

About Gurgaon Kennel Club
KCI has registered Kennel Clubs all over the India, and Gurgaon Kennel club (GKC) is directly associated with KCI.  GKC has been actively involved in organizing All India All Breed Championship Dog Shows from many years and this year GKC will organize an International Dog Show on 20th and 21st December 2008.
Mr. Sharat Sharma, Hony. Secretary of GKC is authorized to certify dogs and get them KCI registered.  On 13th September 2008 he will be available on mentioned venues.

About Kennel Club of India (KCI)
KCI stand for Kennel Club of India, its primary objective is to promote general improvement of Dogs.
It is a professional body that maintains Indian Dog Breed Standard and organizes All India All Breed Championship Dog Shows across the country. The KCI is an ISO 9001- 2000 certified organization and has its head office in Chennai, India.
KCI was founded in 1896 and is affiliated to the Kennel Club London and associated with the Federation Cynologique Internationale (FCI)

For any further information you may contact:

  • Rana                9818671863
  • Gaurav            9910006290


Hi i love to register my Dog

By: Shalesh Singh | 08 Sep 2008

The KCI has registered Kennel Clubs of all over the India.This is good thing of dog

By: Tapeshwar | 08 Sep 2008

chetan saraswat
How To register a dog in kci

By: chetan saraswat | 13 Feb 2010

Lovkesh Jairath
i have a 2 month old lab bitch whom i want to get registered. am based at Delhi. can sumbody pls mail me the contact details and phone no of the KCI approved judge in Delhi ? pls mail at or ph. 9999907725

By: Lovkesh Jairath | 04 Mar 2010

kabir 9321122770
hi i have 1.5 years old 2 lab.whom i want to registerd..i am in help me if there is any judge or branch of kci in delhi...

thanx...kabeer pathak.9321122770

By: kabir 9321122770 | 15 Jun 2010

akash banerjee
Hi! I have a St. Bernard pup which is 1 and a half months old, his father is registered from kci but not the mother so how can i get my dog registered??? Please help.

By: akash banerjee | 28 Jun 2010

siddeshwar sawant
hi. i have a st bernard of 14 month .she is register by royal kennel club . i cant play my dog in kci show and no show is held by RKCI in mumbai so i want to register to KCI kennel . i leave in mumbai how ca i register & if i register to u r kennel she will be register as known or unknown

By: siddeshwar sawant | 14 Aug 2010

I am resideing in Belgaum- karnataka I wanted to register my dog 15 month old labrador.

can you suggest me how i can register my dog in KCI

By: milind | 30 Oct 2010

Sabrina Court
hi there! i would like to register my cocker spaniel with KCI. However, I am based in Dehradun. Can you please mail me the contact details and phone no. who I have to contact here in order to do this.

Many thanks in advance for your help.

By: Sabrina Court | 26 Nov 2010

I have a rottweiler female 8 months old i want register with KCI. Please tell me how it is possible. My e-mail: my no....9213988167

By: vikas | 03 Jan 2011

I have a rottweiler female 8 months old i want register with KCI. Please tell me how it is possible. My e-mail: my no....9213988167

By: vikas | 03 Jan 2011

Rajiv kataria
I have a rottweiler 2 months old i want register with KCI. Please tell me how it is possible. My

By: Rajiv kataria | 27 Jul 2011

Adv Mou Pathak
i hv a puppy has 5 generation registered and so is he and our breeder gv us d certifcate along with d chip....we hv already applied for subscription for d gazette and we would like to transfer the registration to our name.....this registration certificate already has a should we send bck d chip along with the certificate when we apply for ownership transfer ??? and will we get another chip in whc we will be mentioned as d owner????

By: Adv Mou Pathak | 30 Dec 2012

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