Form 5 - Activity registration

£15.00
Activity Register form - cover
The Kennel Club registration for all breeds and crossbreeds not eligible for the Breed Register. This registration allows for dogs to compete in Kennel Club licensed competitions including agility, flyball, heelwork to music, obedience, rally and working trials.

Benefits

  • Open to all breeds, including crossbreeds
  • Eligibility to compete in these types of competitions licensed by The Kennel Club: agility, flyball, heelwork to music, obedience, rally and working trials
  • Open to overseas applicants

Terms and conditions

  • Not to be used for field trials, gundog working tests, Bloodhound trials or breed shows
  • If the dog is to be registered with known parentage, the application must be signed by the breeder, or accompanied by a photocopy of a signed pedigree from the breeder
  • Dogs which are a breed not recognised on The Kennel Club's Breed Register will be registered as crossbreed
  • If the dog's parents are registered on The Kennel Club's Breed Register, the dog will not be eligible for registration on the Activity Register

Delivery

  • The document will be dispatched once the application has been approved, usually within 28 days of receipt of the application
  • If multiple applications are made, the documents are dispatched separately

Frequently asked questions

If my dog is registered on the Breed Register, do I also need to apply for the Activity Register?

If your dog is already registered on the Breed Register, you do not need to apply for the Activity Register, as your dog will already be eligible to compete in all these activities.

Can I use my kennel name?

If the application is made by the breeder, then the kennel name must appear as the first word of the dog's name. If you did not breed the dog, or both of its parents, then the kennel name must appear as the last word of the name.

As the breeder, can I register the dog to the owner?

If the application is made by the breeder, they can provide the new owner's details on the application, which is who the dog will be registered to.

My dog is not registered, but both of its parents are registered on The Kennel Club Breed Register. Can I register my dog on the Activity Register?

If your dog's parents are registered on The Kennel Club Breed Register, your dog will not be eligible for registration on the Activity Register. You would need to contact the breeder, as the dog would need to be registered on the Breed Register.

I do not know the breeder. Can I still register my dog on the Activity Register?

You do not need to know the breeder or parentage information to register your dog on the Activity Register. If you do not know the parentage information for your dog, this will be recorded as unknown.

I have a Border Collie who is registered with the ISDS. Do I need to apply for the Activity Register?

If your dog is ISDS registered, you need to complete a registration of a single dog on the Breed Register

Both of my dog's parents are on the Breed Register, but are different breeds. Can I register the parentage details?

Providing the breeder co-signs the application, or provides a signed pedigree to support the application, the parentage information can be recorded. The breed will be registered as crossbreed.

I reside overseas. Can I apply for the Activity Register?

If you reside overseas, you can apply to register your dog on the Activity Register under an ATC number and your dog will already be eligible to compete in all these activities.