Can a non-breeding contract be terminated? Yes, yes. The non-breeding contract has been revised so that the agreement required for the termination of the contract can be obtained between the party that initially requires the transfer of the dog under the non-breeding contract e.B. and the registered holder at the time of termination. When a non-breeding dog is transferred by the party that originally acquired the dog as a non-breeding animal, the buyer and seller must complete the required non-breeding contract. However, the seller can either continue to demand that his consent be obtained for a subsequent termination of the contract, or he can waive his right to be involved. In both cases, the seller`s intentions must be indicated in the relative section of the revised form. Regardless of the number of withdrawal forms that must be guaranteed for the termination of a non-breeding contract, a fee must be paid by the party requesting the cancellation. The special certificate above has a red notation indicating that it is a non-breeding dog and cannot be used for breeding purposes. The certificate itself printed “non-breeding” in bold diagonal green via the certificate. A registered dog is still allowed to participate in CKC shows and can be registered for Obedience and can even earn its championship title.
How do you do that? The non-breeding contract (concluded in three copies) is signed by both the buyer and the seller at the time of the sale. The original copy of the agreement is sent to the CKC with the registration request. There is no charge other than the low registration fee. What are the provisions of a non-breeding agreement? Below is a quote from the agreement itself. When will a non-breeding contract be used? This instrument is used on occasion when the seller (breeder/seller) has decided, for various reasons, that the dog should not be bred. It could be used when selling a dog with an error or error to prevent the spread of the defect; it could be used to prevent indiscriminate breeding and production of unwanted animals . . . a scrupulous breeder who wants to improve the breed should make full use of this unique Canadian destination.
The requirements of the Livestock Pedigree Act (Canada) remain applicable and the seller cannot refuse to provide the certificate on the basis of a non-breeding agreement. What about a dog exported to the United States? It should be noted that a dog exported to the United States that is registered in the CKC registers as a non-breeding animal is not considered approved by the AKC, unless the non-selection agreement is denounced and an unrestricted certificate is issued by the CKC. What do the above requirements mean? In essence, they prohibit the breeding of the given dog, which is mentioned on the form. Where the dog is raised intentionally or in some other way, the resulting offspring of this breeding should not be presented as purebred or be considered purebred in the C.K.C records.