Yes, any dog can join the Designer Kennel Club. The Designer Kennel Club welcomes all dogs that don’t fit perfectly into one breed or another to come and join them in their club.
The common ground, understanding, and support that I have received from the Labradoodle community have been a big benefit to me.
Why would I want to register a Labradoodle?
The most successful way I found to interact with other owners of Labradoodles was by joining organizations and clubs. They gave me information and support from people who have already raised a Labradoodle.
Labradoodle owners find it essential to have a chance to meet others that share their interest in Labradoodles. These organizations and groups are for any Labradoodle owners looking for a chance to meet other breed owners.
Owners of Labradoodles that love to meet others with the same interest can use the following organizations and groups to connect.
Perks of Registration:
Proof of ownership
Proof of breed
What are the steps to register a Labradoodle?
Registering your dog with Designer Kennel Club is quick and straightforward. There are just a few steps you need to do, and you’ll be finished.
Go to the registration tab and click either “Register your puppy” or “Register Foundation Dog”
Next, you will fill out the form after choosing the correct category. This form is to receive your dog’s information. After filling out the form, you must purchase a Registration Package to complete the registration. The last page of the form has a button that says “Registration Packages” this will take you to the Registration Packages page.
You will select the Registration Package that corresponds to the form you filled out earlier. If you select the puppy package there will be an additional option to purchase a pedigree for the puppy to see its lineage. After selecting you are ready to checkout! Your Registration Certificate and Pedigree, if you bought one, should arrive within 14 days of purchase.
Labradoodle registration ensures that this great dog is recognized and cared for because today you need to consider the character and skills of a dog as well as its heritage.