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Breeder Code of Ethics

Certified Pet Registration Kennel Club Inc Code of Ethics

This Code of Ethics shall apply to all breeders who are members of Certified Pet Registration Kennel Club.

It is the goal of every breeder to breed dogs that are healthy and sound in both mind and body, to ensure that the dogs are true to their heritage and that they meet the requirements of the CPR Kennel Club breed standards

Breeders must provide clean, adequate, safe housing and run areas specific to the nature and exercise for that breed.

Ensure that all breeding dogs are identifiable. Microchips, DNA, photo registration, and tattoos are all accepted forms of id.

Always breed to better the breed. Know the breed standard and only breed dogs that show proper breed type and temperment.Breed dogs that are in good health and free from genetic faults.

Only breed dogs that are physically and mentally mature enough to breed.

Perform all customary health tests for your breed prior to breeding.

Vaccinate and worm all puppies, and ensure that all puppies are in good health and free from genetic defects. Refrain from selling a puppy before it is 8 weeks old and guarantee the health of a puppy at the time of sale.

Review each buyer carefully and make every effort to ensure that each puppy is placed in a home that is in the best interest of the new owner and puppy.

Provide each new puppy owner with the paperwork to register their new puppy at the time of sale, including registration forms, health and shot information and signed contract. Help to educate new puppy owners about the breed and resposibility of owning a new puppy and the importance of spaying and neuturing.

This Code of Ethics is intended as an expression of goals for breeders, exhibitors and fanciers. It is not to be construed as a rule or regulation to be enforced by punishment. Breeders are expected to police themselves in a civil and responsible manner.


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