CKC


NADD is excited that starting in 2018 our titles now will be “Exclusively” recognized by the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) in Canada.  NADD trials will be schedules with Independent Canadian training facilities & bring dock diving to some of the CKC shows.

When you earn your NADD titles you can submit them to the CKC, along with the CKC NADD Title Recognition Form.

If you jump at any NADD event (US or Canada), your jump will count in that division towards a title.  Once you earn a NADD title you can apply to CKC

The Canadian Kennel Club has several Types of Registrations:

Definitions:

* Mixed Breed dog is a dog of unknown ancestry that belongs to no recognized breed and is not the result of selective breeding.

* Unrecognized breed is a dog of known ancestry not on The Canadian Kennel Club’s list of recognized or miscellaneous breeds and that is registered with a Registry recognized by The Canadian Kennel Club.

* Recognized breed is a breed that The Canadian Kennel Club is authorized to register in accordance with the Animal Pedigree Act or a dog of a breed included in The Canadian Kennel Club’s Miscellaneous Breed list.

 

CKC registration: Recognized Breed of the CKC

MCN registration: Listed Breeds of the CKC

 

Performance Event Number (PEN): Is for an unregisterable dog: a dog of a Canadian Kennel Club recognized or Listed breed that cannot be registered or obtain a Miscellaneous Certification Number (MCN) because of unknown parentage or the unavailability of its registration papers. The dog has been spayed or neutered. The dog must be properly identified with a Canadian Kennel Club approved microchip.

Application to Apply: https://www.ckc.ca/en/Files/Forms/Shows-Trials/Exhibitors/Performance-Event-Number-Application-Form-No-150-1

 

Canine Companion Number (CCN):  allows Mixed and unrecognized breed dogs to participate in The Canadian Kennel Club’s Performance Events of Agility, Obedience and Rally Obedience Trials, Chase Ability Test, Draft Dog Tests, and Tracking Tests

Mixed breed dogs must be spayed or neutered. Unrecognized breeds are not required to be spayed or neutered. The dog must be identified with a Canadian Kennel Club approved microchip.

Application to Apply: https://www.ckc.ca/en/Files/Forms/Registrations/Canine-Companion-Number-Application