The NNRBA places special emphasis on retaining the natural abilities and quailities that your breed was created for. And frowns upon the creation of show dog clones that serve little or no purpose and no longer retain the qualities of the original breed.
The NNRBA places your love of the canine kingdom first. Breed Clubs
The NNRBA is proud to announce its
Photo Pedigree With Color Genetics
AND Breeder Litter Registration.
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|Newly Created is the significant changing of a breed or the breeding of two or more breeds together until you create dogs that are capable of breeding true, usually requiring 3-10 generations to accomplish this. Capabilities such as working, hunting and guarding are often targeted.Hybrids are the results of the crossing of two pure breeds. Some commonly crossed breeds are Poodle to Cocker Spaniel (Cockapoo), Pit Bull Terrier to Mastiffs creating the (Bandogs) and Wolf Hybrid. These crosses are intended for the individuals pleasure or to enhance or stablize the species.|
REGISTER YOUR DOG...................
REGISTER YOUR LITTER
BUILD A PEDIGREE
PROMOTE YOUR BREED
THE INFORMATION BOARD
INDEX OF DOGS
WHAT IS PHOTO GENETICS
WHAT MAKES A PURE BREED
BOOKS OF INTEREST
To remove, reclassify and remedy any situation that would bring disharmony
in it's pedigree
To cancel out records that are incorrect or false.
To refuse any pedigree that is not properly documented.
To disfellowship any NNRBA certified breeder that is not in good standing with this organization.
To maintain reasonable standards within individual breeding programs and
to follow rules and
To determine ownership of any breed that is registered with this association.
To make any decision that will bring harmony with all it's NNRBA certificate holders.
The NNRBA will notify those individuals affected by the above. If affected
parties cannot be
contacted, any matter held in dispute will be rectified by the NNRBA.
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