Puerto Rico FCI Kennel Club

Goofy Jet
A while ago I posted about the International Kennel Clubs and Rare Breeds and I decided that I would register Jet with the Canófila Federation of Puerto Rico, to ensure that his FCI status would be solid, even here in the USA. The USA is not an FCI member country, so in order to keep him FCI registered I wanted to make sure he was in the stud book of an FCI club.

So now he is! I just got his registration back today, yay! He is official! So now any puppies that he has can also be registered with the Puerto Rico Club. And they can be transferred to any FCI member country too. I’m relieved. I’m glad it’s done and I got his pedigree back, you have to send in the original pedigree and that made me a bit nervous.

I wonder if they make ashton cigars down in Puerto Rico… I should go and find out someday. It’ll be cool to be able to go anywhere in the world and show him in an FCI dog show. Just like the World Dog Show in Denmark we are going to. Yay! I’m excited to be going!

4 thoughts on “Puerto Rico FCI Kennel Club”

  1. Hi, I am considering doing the same thing with some of my Bolognese. Can you tell me how much it ended up costing you? I have heard everything from $100 to $300. also, could you tell me some details on how you did this procedure.

  2. Hi Marsha, It cost $85 to register Jet with FCPR. It’s pretty expensive, but I think worth it to ensure his, and his offsprings, status in the world. I did have to send his original pedigree in which made me nervous, but I got it back without a problem.

    I just went to the FCPR website and printed out their registration form, wrote a check, and sent it all in with the original pedigree.

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