If you own a dog and would like to transfer the dogs name into yours here are some of the most basic steps:
1. Check out the back part of your pedigree, at the back you will notice that there are two areas for signatures. Make sure that the 1st part contains the signature of the breeder or previous owner.
If it ain't signed, then you may contact your breeder and have them sign it.
2. Fill in the second part of the blanks -
3. Prepare 2 1x1 pictures of yourself(and not of your dog) You will need these if you are not yet a member of PCCI - you will need to apply for this as well when you get there in order for you to transfer the dogs name to yourself.
4. When you get to PCCI, you will need to sign a membership card. And turn over the pedigree of your dog. Both usually have fees.
In about a couple of weeks, your dog's paper's and (maybe) your id will be ready.
FOR THOSE WHO'S DOGS PARENTS ARE NOT REGISTERED ( beyond a certain number of months, penalties maybe implemented, but an amesty program was made by PCCI and that involves micro-chipping of dogs for identification)Registering a litter:
Assuming that both parents are registered with PCCI...here are the necessary steps for you to be guided upon.(if your dog or the dogs who sired and whelped aren't registered, then you may refer to the post above)
1. If you do not have a kennel name, you may have to apply for one.
2.Get yourself a litter registration form.
3.Fill in the documents.
4.Submit and pay for it.
In a couple of weeks or days, your litter is registered and you may get the papers.
For more details on this, you may log on to:http://www.pccionline.org/index.php
PLEASE TRY TO DO THESE PAPER WORKS ON YOUR OWN.
ITS EASY AS 1, 2 and 3.
If we can go to the mall, a visit to PCCI to register your dogs or your litter wouldn't take so much as an hour or two.