New rules for puppy list, stud dog list and kennel list

Puppy information list:

Please find below the amended rules:
  • both parents have a DNA certificate for ichthyosis
  • both parents have an official HD certificate
  • both parents have an official ED certificate
  • both parents have an official eye certificate dating less than one year old at the time of breeding
  • the breeder has been a member of the GRCB for at least 1 year
  • the dam of the litter participated in at least one GRCB activity: Young Dog and Veterans Day, clubmatch or working test. At least one "very good" must be obtained on the exhibition part and as far as the work is concerned, the dog must have passed the test.
  • mediation is only provided for puppies who receive an official FCI pedigree

Puppy mediation can be requested via the GRCB website, the online form.

List of stud dogs:

Due to the adjustment for puppy mediation, we also adapt our requirements for the list of stud dogs:
  • the male has a DNA certificate for ichthyosis
  • the male has an official certificate HD
  • the male has an official certificate of ED
  • the male has an official eye certificate
  • the male only knows bitches with an FCI pedigree
  • the owner has been a member of the GRCB for at least 1 year
  • d the male has participated in at least one GRCB activity: either youth and veteran day, a clubmatch or a working test. At least one "very good" must be obtained on the exhibition part as far as the work is concerned, the dog must have passed the test.
As of January 2021, all males will be removed from the list if they do not meet the above requirements.
 
It goes without saying that additional health tests or qualifications obtained can be mentioned on their page, with a beautiful picture.
Do not forget to send the renewed ECVO certificate each year to the head of the selection committee.
 
New stud dogs can be registered via the form available on the GRCB website for a one-off payment of 25 euros to our account number.

Breeders list:

According to the surveys, it seems that it is not always clear what we expect from breeders who mention their breeding on the GRCB website.
The GRCB committee reached the following consensus:
  • The breeder has been a member of the GRCB for at least 1 year
  • They only raise pups that have an FCI pedigree
  • They only breed with animals that have been tested for hip dysplasia and elbow dysplasia (official certificates available).
  • Both parents have an official view certificate dating back at least one year at the time of coverage.
  • Both parents have a certificate of ichthyosis (due to DNA or parents' results).
  • Each year, a contribution of 50 euros is paid.
  • The breeder is making efforts to encourage his puppy buyers to join the GRCB.
If it appears that a breeder does not respect these agreements (several times), it can be removed from the GRCB website.
 
 
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