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How to register my puppy with out her parents certificate of kci

· 2019-04-28T16:05:19+0530 28 Apr 2019 4:05 pm

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If you have a puppy that isn’t registered with the Kennel Club of India there are a few things that you can do. To get the certificate you should register your puppy under the “unknown” parentage category and then follow the required procedure. There is plenty that you would need to know when it comes to doing this, so keep reading to find out more about the process. How to Register Your Puppy If the parents of your puppy aren’t registered with the KCI or Kennel Club of India this doesn’t mean you can’t register your dog. You should make sure that you know what you would have to do, including:  Find a certifier – The certifier for the KCI would have to check over your puppy. This is to ensure that it is in good health and that any issues that might be common aren’t present. This is where you are going to get the required certificate from so that you can register the dog.  Opinion certificate – This is the certificate that you will get from the certifier and it is the first as part of the process. You would need to ensure that along with this that you have 3 colour pictures of the dog in a standing position and one of either side of their head. These would be signed by the authorized person on the back.  Declaration form – There will also be a declaration form that you have to fill out. This would be signed by the individual who is doing the certification and it would need to be signed before being sent in. No application will be considered without this form, so make sure that you have everything in order.  Fee – Another thing that you are going to have to do is have a draft printed for the fees. The fee would depend on the number of dogs or puppies that you are registering and their age. If the puppy is registered within 60 days of birth, then the fee is ₹562 and ₹843 for those registered from 61 to 120 days of age. It needs to be made out to the Kennel Club of India and it should be payable in Chennai. These documents are must be certified by an authorized individual and the pictures would need to be signed as well. The registration must be completed within 4 months of the delivery of the puppies or they won’t be registered. If you have any questions, then you can contact the Kennel Club of India where they can answer everything for you. For those who are interested in registering their puppy even though you don’t have the KCI certificate that was given to the mother there are ways. If you have the puppy within 4 months of birth you need to ensure that the paperwork is started and that everything is done. Ensure that you are getting the right paperwork and that you have it filled out and the necessary information at hand.
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