Registration

5.TYPES OF REGISTRATION 

By registering a litter with the ITR you agree that the ITR CoB may impose certain terms and conditions on an individual dog or specific litter combination, depending on the particular factors of each case. These terms and conditions will be recorded in the ITR pedigree database as well as listed on the ITR registration papers.   

5.1. ITR Full Registration  

5.1.1. Issued to all Tamaskan litters/individuals that are offspring born from Tamaskan parents with Full ITR Registration (or TDR Registration Certificate issued prior to 1 July 2019). 

5.1.2. Issued for Tamaskan litters/individuals that meet the ITR requirements within these Rules and Regulations. 

5.1.3. Issued for litters/individuals that have all health testing documents as per section 4 submitted to the ITR Registrars. 

5.1.4. May be issued to non-ITR registered, full Tamaskan dogs or their offspring, that meet the ITR requirements for Full registration, and by approval from the ITR CoB, on a case-by-case basis. 

5.1.5. May be issued to non-ITR registered Foundation dog offspring, that meet the ITR requirements for Full registration, and by approval from the ITR CoB, on a case-by-case basis.  

5.1.5. Only dogs with Full ITR Registration papers are permitted for breeding. 

5.1.6. Fees for Full Registration can be found on the Fee Schedule and are subject to change. 

5.2. ITR Conditional Registration  

5.2.1. Issued to all Tamaskan litters/individuals that are offspring born from an ITR approved Foundation dog. 

5.2.2 Issued to all litters/offspring of ITR registered Tamaskan parents that have NOT met the aforementioned ITR breeding requirements. (For instance, in the event whereby the sire and/or dam were not completely health tested prior to litter registration.)  

5.2.3. Issued to Tamaskan litters that are granted an exception by the ITR CoB where the resulting offspring must meet certain conditions prior to moving to Full Registration.  

5.2.4. May be issued to offspring of non-ITR registered full Tamaskan dogs on a case-by-case basis. 

5.2.5. May be issued to offspring of a Foundation dog approved by a different registry where available information, on that Foundation dog, have been forwarded and approved by the ITR CoB. These offspring will still be registered as G1 Tamaskan dogs, and may or may not have additional requirements to qualify for Full Registration. 

5.2.6. Any Conditional Registration may have certain conditions/requirements set by the ITR CoB, on a case-by-case basis.  

5.2.7. Conditional Registration can be amended, by approval from the ITR CoB, and become Full Registration if the dog meets the established ITR requirements. 

5.2.8. Conditional Registration may only be used for breeding once they have qualified, and are approved by the ITR CoB, and moved to Full Registration.  

5.2.9. Fees for Conditional Registration can be found on the ITR Fee Schedule and are subject to change.   

5.3. Amending Conditional Registration of Foundation Dog offspring 

5.3.1. Foundation dog offspring must be twelve (12) months of age or older to apply for Full Registration. 

5.3.2. Foundation dog offspring must meet all ITR health testing requirements as set out in section 4, 4.1 to 4.7 inclusively. 

5.3.2. Foundation dog offspring are required to undergo a third-party evaluation for temperament by a dog–training professional who specializes in canine behavior / psychology. Specifically, the dog’s temperament will need to be evaluated in relation to that of the Tamaskan Dog breed standard. The dog–training professional who conducts the evaluation will need to complete the ITR Temperament Exam form OR provide a detailed written statement (in English) declaring that the dog is of sound temperament. The written statement must appropriately identify the dog by registered name and microchip number, and it must be signed and dated by the dog–training professional.  

5.3.3. Offspring from an outcross litter are required to undergo a third-party evaluation for conformation by a judge or breeder who specializes in conformation. Specifically, the dog’s conformation will need to be evaluated in relation to that of theTamaskan Dog breed standard. The judge or breeder who conducts the evaluation will need to complete the ITR Conformation Form OR provide a detailed written statement (in English) declaring that the dog is of sound conformation. The written statement must appropriately identify the dog by registered name and microchip number, and it must be signed and dated by the judge or breeder.  

5.3.4. Once all health testing, and these evaluation forms have been submitted to the ITR CoB and approved, the dog will qualify for Full ITR Registration and, as such, will be eligible for breeding.  

5.4. Limited ITR Registration  

5.4.1. Limited Registration is issued to any Tamaskan offspring, born of registered Tamaskan parents, in which one or both parents failed to meet the ITR breeding requirements.  

5.4.2. A dog may be moved to Limited Registration who have had their breeding rights suspended or removed due to changes in health information (such as a dog with epilepsy), or changes in kennel status with the ITR.  

5.4.3. Limited Registration may be issued to any Tamaskan offspring, born of registered Tamaskan parents, that fails to meet the Tamaskan Breed Standard (serious disqualifying fault) … for instance:  

♦Blue Eyes

♦Heterochromia (having two differently colored eyes)

♦Non-accepted coat color (piebald, liver/red, dilute/blue, merle, brindle, etc.)

♦A physical deformity identified prior to registration (for instance, cleft palate)

♦OR some other highly undesirable quality / disqualifying fault (according to the Tamaskan Breed Standard) that deem the dog unsuitable for breeding, as decided by the breeder and/or the ITR Committee of Breeders (CoB).

5.4.4. Tamaskan dogs with Limited Registration may not be used for breeding. 

5.4.5. Fees for Limited Registration can be found on the Fee Schedule and are subject to change.  

5.5. Replacement Registration Certificates  

5.5.1. To obtain a replacement for a Registration Certificate that has been torn, mutilated, soiled or otherwise defaced, the recorded owner must submit the original Registration Certificate to the Registrar, if possible. If the Registration Certificate has been lost, it will be replaced with “Duplicate” stamped on the replacement Registration Certificate. 

5.5.2. A recorded owner may request a change on a dog’s Registration Certificate (color, hip status, etc.) by submitting the Registration Certificate to the Registrar along with the requested changes. Changes to health test results must be accompanied with copies of the relevant health certificates/paperwork as proof for the changes being requested. 

5.5.3. Whenever the legal title/ownership of a registered dog passes to another person by reason of death, foreclosure of any liens, order or decree of court, or otherwise by operation of law, the new owner may apply for a new Registration Certificate by providing their name, address and contact information, along with proof of ownership/legal possession and payment of the applicable fee.  

5.5.4. When a dog is returned to the breeder or rehomed/resold with approval of the breeder, the new owner may apply for a new Registration Certificate by providing their name, address and contact information, along with proof of ownership/legal possession and payment of the applicable fee. 

5.5.5. In the case of any errors or typos on any Registration Certificate, the Registrar will send out a corrected Registration Certificate to the dog’s owner(s) or breeder at no additional cost. 

5.5.6. The fee for a new/replacement Registration Certificate can be found on the Fee Schedule and is subject to change. 

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