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Does the ABCA give out limited registration papers?

Like a no breeding listing?

TIA

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See: http://americanbordercollie.org/content/forms/non-breeding_status_form_2014.pdf

 

From the ABCA website

 

Registration with Non-Breeding Status

 

At the breeders discretion, particular dogs, pups or entire litters may be registered with a non-breeding status. Breeders can use this type of registration to ensure that pups with genetic health problems, or who are going to homes where their working ability will not be tested, will not produce pups eligible for ABCA registration. Both buyer and seller must agree when the pup is registered, and the breeding restriction can only be lifted later if buyer and seller both agree (for example, if the buyer later does train the dog for herding and the dog demonstrates good working ability). If a non-breeding form is submitted with a registration or transfer there is no extra fee.

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