Registration

Registration of a Litter in Trinidad and Tobago that are a result of a Female imported in whelp
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Registration of a Pure Bred Dog with no documents
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Registration of Imported Dogs
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Registration of Mixed Breed Dogs
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Registration of locally bred dogs with non FCI Registration

Locally bred dogs with NON FCI pedigree

  1. The applicant must contact the nearest breed warden of his/her choice to have the dog tattooed and micro-chipped, the original non FCI pedigree must be produced for the breed warden and a copy must be given to him or her to sign and return to the office of the FCRTT.
  2. The Breed Warden would then issue a completed temporary registration certificate that the owner can now take into the office of the FCRTT to get an official FCRTT pedigree for that dog.

Special Condition
If a dog is already tattooed and Micro-chipped it must still be examined by the breed warden and once he/she is satisfied the dog will not require any further tattooing or Micro-chipping.

A dog’s pedigree will be re called and removed from the FCRTT database if DNA breed identification proves that the dog is not a pure bred as indicated on the initial pedigree information submitted.

In the event that DNA test proves that a puppy or dog is not the legitimate offspring of the Sire and or Dam stated on the pedigree already issued, the pedigree will be re called and removed from the FCRTT database.

Breeding Requirements

Both male and female of the two dogs to be bred must be tattooed, micro-chipped and DNA profiled ( all DNA profiling must be done with the body approved by the FCRTT).

Once the litter is born a breed warden should be notified and the breeder must arrange to have the breed warden view the puppies and confirm the health of the puppies.

Once the puppies are an appropriate age the breeder must have the puppies tattooed and micro-chipped.

When the breeder is ready to register his/her litter the breed warden must view the litter and fill out the relevant documents verify the Tattooing and Microchips of the puppies.

Once the warden is satisfied the breeder will be given a document approved by the breed warden, this document must be submitted with relevant fees to the office of the FCRTT.

Once all the conditions are satisfied by the officials of the FCRTT official pedigrees will be issued.