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registrations

To register a dog born in Canada, the litter must be registered by the breeder first. It is then the responsibility of the breeder to provide registration papers at no additional cost to the buyer within six months from date of sale. Once the litter has been registered, the breeder will automatically receive applications from the CKC to individually register the puppies. The application must be completed and submitted to the CKC by the breeder, along with the required fees.


certification / testing / services

** Below taken from the O.V.C. Website

Evaluation Process


All hip joints that are considered to be normal are classified as normal, without further sub-grading. Dysplastic dogs all graded from I to IV, with Grade I being the least severe and Grade IV being the most severe. The report on dysplastic dogs will also comment on the presence or absence of secondary changes as a consequence of the dysplasia.

The table below provides an approximate comparison of the Ontario Veterinary College grading system with other grading systems that are used internationally. It is important to recognize that the comparison between the various grading system is approximate and then may be some variation with individual dogs.
 
OVC
OFA
FCI
(Europe)
BVA
(UK)
SV
(Germany)
Normal
Excellent
A-1
0-4 (no > 3/hip)
Normal
Normal
Good
A-2
5-10 (no > 6/hip)
Normal
Normal
Fair
B-1
11-18
Normal
Grade I
Borderline
B-2
19-25
Fast Normal
Grade II
Mild Dysplasia
C
26-35
Noch Zugelassen
Grade III
Moderate Dysplasia
D
36-50
Mittlere
Grade IV
Severe Dysplasia
E
51-106
Schwere
 
Elbows all graded as normal or abnormal. If an elbow is considered to be abnormal a written description will be given indicating the nature of the abnormality identified. Typical abnormalities that are identified include an ununited anconeal process, fragmented medial coronoid process, osteochondrosis and secondary degenerative joint disease.


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