Under Kennel Club regulations, there are two endorsements that may be placed on a dog’s record, by the registered owner of a dog, whilst the dog in question is still in their possession. A breeder, therefore, is entitled to place two endorsements on a puppy’s record with the Kennel Club: One restricts registration of any of its future offspring (progeny) and the other prevents the issue of an export pedigree.
We place both these Kennel Club endorsements on all our pups If you are considering breeding from your puppy in time please mention this to us when you are discussing getting a puppy. We can then offer relevant advice and explain the criteria for removal of endorsements. Precise details are contained in each contract.
The Kennel Club produces a pamphlet on the subject which can be obtained by clicking here.