Q: Can my dog earn a title if my breed club doesn't recognize it's coat color or coat pattern? A: Yes! Any dog is eligible to compete and earn titles. We even offer some guaranteed titles!
Q: Will my title be able to be transferred to my kennel club registry? A: No. Our titles are not recognized by the AKC, UKC, CKC, Cont.KC, or other kennel club registries. We are our own unique kennel club.
Q: Can a title be transferred into a new owner's name if I sell my dog? A: Yes! We feel the title is for the dog, not the breeder, owner or handler. All of our titles are eligible for transfer with proof of new ownership. You can contact us at for more information.
Q: Do you support puppy mills and backyard breeders? A: No, we do not condone unethical breeding practices, inhumane treatment and living conditions of animals, and do not support poor animal welfare practices.
Q: Why do you allow off standard dogs to earn titles? A: Breed standards are a guideline and a blueprint of a breed. Over time, some variations occur naturally. Those dogs are still part of their breed, whether the breed club sees to acknowledge them or not. Off standard dogs can bring invaluable genetic diversity, health and fandom to their breed. Breed standards have been known to change and to accept variations. We evaluate the whole dog, not just a part.
Q: What if I lost my title, badge ID, or my other paperwork? A: We can happily replace your lost item(s). Contact us with what you're needing a replacement of. A certificate fee will apply.
Q: What if I miss the deadline for submitting my photos and video for a group show? A: Show fees are nonrefundable. You may submit the necessary photos and video before the show date for a $20 fee. If you miss the show entirely you will have a credit towards a future show.
Q: Is there a benefit to group competition? A: Yes. In a group competition you can earn multiple titles per dog and enter multiple dogs at a time.
Q: Can my unregistered dog earn titles? A: Yes! So long as your dog has a permanent ID (tattoo or microchip) your dog can earn titles. Your dog will not be able to compete in breed specific competitions.