Akc pal

Woo-Hoo!!! The news has finally arrived - our Trinity has been granted a PAL #!!! Now she can officially compete in events in which I'm hoping she'll excel. I'm so super happy & excited! And she's ready…:D:D:D
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Houston

Such awesome news..go get'em Trinity..

Yay! Looking forward to meeting her. 🙂

@kiroja:

Yay! Looking forward to meeting her. 🙂

Thanks - likewise!

@RedVelvetLynx:

Woo-Hoo!!! The news has finally arrived - our Trinity has been granted a PAL #!!! Now she can officially compete in events in which I'm hoping she'll excel. I'm so super happy & excited! And she's ready…:D:D:D

Can someone please explain ?
Thnx.

BTW … Around the Hounds collar ?

It is a way for non-registered dogs that appear purebred to participate in AKC events. The dog must have pictures and a statement from a vet that it is Spay/neutered.

Here is some info on the program.

Purebred Alternative Listing/Indefinite Listing Privilege
Giving all purebred dogs a chance to compete

Note: A fee of $10 was instituted, effective January 1, 2003, for Purebred Alternative Listing/Indefinite Listing Privilege transfers or duplicate certificates. For more information contact PAL@akc.org.

The AKC, PAL/ILP and You
Many people have discovered the fun of teaming up with their dogs and competing in AKC Events. But, not all of those wonderful canine athletes that you see at these events are registered with the AKC. Some might be enrolled in the AKC's Purebred Alternative Listing/Indefinite Listing Privilege (PAL/ILP), a program that allows unregistered dogs of registrable breeds to compete in AKC Performance and Companion Events, also 41 specific breeds in the FSS? Program that are eligible for Companion Events.

If you have a purebred dog that cannot be registered with the AKC and have a desire to see what your dog can do in real competition, a PAL/ILP number is your ticket to the world of AKC events and clubs!

Purebred Alternative Listing/Indefinite Listing Privilege (PAL/ILP): The program that provides purebred dogs a second chance.
There are various reasons why a purebred dog might not be eligible for registration. The dog may be the product of an unregistered litter, or have unregistered parents. The dog's papers may have been withheld by its breeder or lost by its owner. Sometimes, it is the dog itself that was "lost." There are many dogs enrolled in the PAL/ILP program after they have been surrendered or abandoned, then adopted by new owners from animal shelters or purebred rescue groups. The PAL/ILP program allows the dog and owner a second chance at discovering the rewards of participating in AKC events.

What AKC events may a PAL/ILP dog Participate in?
The Purebred Alternative Listing Program/Indefinite Listing Privilege (PAL/ILP) is designed to allow dogs to participate in AKC Companion and Performance Events. The AKC Events that a PAL/ILP dog can participate in are:
•Agility Trials (All Breeds)
•Earthdog Trials (Small Terriers and Dachshunds)
•Herding Tests and Trials ( Herding Breeds, Rottweilers and Samoyeds)
•Hunt Tests (Most Sporting Breeds and Standard Poodles)
•Junior Showmanship (All Breeds)
•Lure Coursing (Sighthounds)
•Obedience Trials (All Breeds)
•Rally Trials (All Breeds)
•Tracking Tests (All Breeds)
Once enrolled in the PAL/ILP program, entering AKC events is as easy as with a registrable dog. The only difference is that instead of an AKC registration number, you would list the dog's PAL/ILP number on the Entry form.

@dmcarty:

It is a way for non-registered dogs that appear purebred to participate in AKC events. The dog must have pictures and a statement from a vet that it is Spay/neutered.

Here is some info on the program.

Purebred Alternative Listing/Indefinite Listing Privilege
Giving all purebred dogs a chance to compete

Note: A fee of $10 was instituted, effective January 1, 2003, for Purebred Alternative Listing/Indefinite Listing Privilege transfers or duplicate certificates. For more information contact PAL@akc.org.

The AKC, PAL/ILP and You
Many people have discovered the fun of teaming up with their dogs and competing in AKC Events. But, not all of those wonderful canine athletes that you see at these events are registered with the AKC. Some might be enrolled in the AKC's Purebred Alternative Listing/Indefinite Listing Privilege (PAL/ILP), a program that allows unregistered dogs of registrable breeds to compete in AKC Performance and Companion Events, also 41 specific breeds in the FSS? Program that are eligible for Companion Events.

If you have a purebred dog that cannot be registered with the AKC and have a desire to see what your dog can do in real competition, a PAL/ILP number is your ticket to the world of AKC events and clubs!

Purebred Alternative Listing/Indefinite Listing Privilege (PAL/ILP): The program that provides purebred dogs a second chance.
There are various reasons why a purebred dog might not be eligible for registration. The dog may be the product of an unregistered litter, or have unregistered parents. The dog's papers may have been withheld by its breeder or lost by its owner. Sometimes, it is the dog itself that was "lost." There are many dogs enrolled in the PAL/ILP program after they have been surrendered or abandoned, then adopted by new owners from animal shelters or purebred rescue groups. The PAL/ILP program allows the dog and owner a second chance at discovering the rewards of participating in AKC events.

What AKC events may a PAL/ILP dog Participate in?
The Purebred Alternative Listing Program/Indefinite Listing Privilege (PAL/ILP) is designed to allow dogs to participate in AKC Companion and Performance Events. The AKC Events that a PAL/ILP dog can participate in are:
?Agility Trials (All Breeds)
?Earthdog Trials (Small Terriers and Dachshunds)
?Herding Tests and Trials ( Herding Breeds, Rottweilers and Samoyeds)
?Hunt Tests (Most Sporting Breeds and Standard Poodles)
?Junior Showmanship (All Breeds)
?Lure Coursing (Sighthounds)
?Obedience Trials (All Breeds)
?Rally Trials (All Breeds)
?Tracking Tests (All Breeds)
Once enrolled in the PAL/ILP program, entering AKC events is as easy as with a registrable dog. The only difference is that instead of an AKC registration number, you would list the dog's PAL/ILP number on the Entry form.

Great intiative. Thanx for including the explanation why some purebred dogs aren't eligible for registration with the AKC.

congrats!!!

and thanks or the explanation!

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