INCREASE IN REGISTRATION FEES (effective July 23, 2018)
Please be informed of the increase in registration fees effective July 23, 2018 (click to view the increase)
ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER 32 OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
The Implementing Rules and Regulations on Dog Shows under Administrative Order 32 Series of 2000 of the Department of Agriculture:
Section I. BASIC POLICY AND OBJECTIVES
1.1 Adherence to the five basic freedom of animals:
a) Freedom from thirst, hunger, and malnutrition;
b) Freedom from physical discomfort and pain;
c) Freedom from injury and disease;
d) Freedom to conform to essential behavior pattern; and
e) Freedom from fear and distress.
PCCI STATEMENT RE DECEMBER 2, 2017 DOG SHOW INCIDENT
Please click to read the statement
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The Philippine Canine Club (“PCCI”) categorically condemns the tragic incident that happened last Saturday, 02 December 2017, during the Beagle Fanciers Club Dog Show. please click to read the whole statement
PCCI ONLINE REGISTRATION FORMS
Please be informed that you may now be able to register your membership, kennel name and litter registrations online at this link: forms.pcci.org.ph/
PCCI OFF SITE REGISTRATION
Please be informed that the PCCI will be accepting dog registrations, membership, listings and microchipping at the following events:
Your copy of the December 2016 issue of the PCCI Quarterly Magazine is now available at the PCCI office.
EXPRESS PROCESSING OF REGISTRATIONS
Please be informed that we are now accepting express processing of registrations: - one (1) hour processing Php1,000.00 additional charge
JUDGES HANDLING DOGS IN THE SHOW
Please be informed of the following resolution regarding PCCI Judges:
“RESOLVED, that the Board of Directors of the Philippine Canine Club Inc., approves, as it hereby approves the amendment to Board Resolution No. 3544SO12202017 to read as follows:
RESOLVED, as it is hereby resolved, that Judges who are at the same time handlers will be allowed to pursue their judging in the Philippines and abroad and to continue advancement of their judging licenses as well as their handling, subject to the following conditions:
A Judge can only handle dogs that are either owned or co-owned by him;
A Judge can handle any number of breeds but only up to the grand championship title and as long as the dogs he handles are either owned or co-owned by him; and
A Judge can handle dogs from group competition up to dog of the year but only in one (1) breed and as long as the dogs from that breed that he handles are either owned or co-owned by him.
RESOLVED FURTHER, that Judges must inform the PCCI of the breed of their choice to handle from the group competition up to dog of the year every December of the year prior, provided that for the year 2018, Judges must inform the PCCI of their choice on or before January 17, 2018.
RESOLVED FINALLY, that a Judge cannot handle a dog who he has recently owned or co-owned for a period of three (3) months from the date of transfer.”
PCCI DOGSHOW ENTRY FEES
As approved by the PCCI Board of Directors during its meeting on April 5, 2017, the new dog show entry fees of the Philippine Canine Club, Inc. (PCCI) for all its Championship or CACIB shows effective May 2017 will be as follows:
1. Regular & Champion Classes (6 months & over) - Php675.00 per show plus VAT
2. Baby Puppy (3 to under 6 months) - Php250.00 per show plus VAT
LISTING OF UNREGISTERED DOGS
Please be informed of the Standing Orders of the Federation Cynologique Internationale (FCI) under Article 8, paragraph 4 as quoted below:
“Article 8 - Stud Books
4. In the case of dogs coming from countries which have no FCI member or contract partner or with which no agreement exists for the recognition of pedigrees, the members and contract partners as well as the breed clubs commissioned by them can, notwithstanding the above provision 2, register a dog with a non-recognised pedigree in an appendix to the studbook once this dog has been examined by a judge approved for the breed in question; its breeding, from the fourth generation, can be entered in the studbook. The same applies to dogs without any pedigree.”
In line with the said Standing Order of the Federation Cynologique Internationale (FCI), the Philippine Canine Club, Inc. (PCCI) is now accepting LISTING OF UNREGISTERED DOGS. As mentioned above, dog has to be examined by a judge approved for the breed in question; its breeding, from the fourth generation, can be entered in the studbook. Once approved, the dog must have a microchip identification.
Listed dogs that are already in the second generation should be mated only to a PCCI registered dog. Please click the link to download Listing Application Form
LISTING OF BREEDS NOT RECOGNIZED BY THE FCI
Please be informed that the Philippine Canine Club, Inc. (PCCI) is now offering LISTING PROGRAM for breeds that are not recognized by the Federation Cynologique Internationale (FCI) like the following:
Dogs under the listing program will be issued with a PCCI LISTING CERTIFICATE. They are qualified to participate in all PCCI and PCCI Affiliated Clubs dog shows (championship & performance events) and can earn championship points toward its PCCI Championship Title. However, these listed dogs are not qualified to earn CACIB certificates for international championship title.
To have your dogs listed, just fill-out the Listing Application Form and pay the listing fee as prescribed by the PCCI Board of Directors. Listed dogs are required to be microchipped.
-All the champions, grand champions and hall of fame in only one breed will be counted.
-The breeder of the year by breed with the highest ranked by points.
-The points system will be as follows:
- The points will be awarded to the owner of the primary kennel name used in registering the dog.
- There will be Top 5 National Breeder of the Year awards.
JUDGES EDUCATION SEMINARS
Please be informed that the PCCI Board of Directors has passed a resolution requiring all PCCI Judges to attend at least two (2) seminars every year as part of the judges’ development and in order to be able to have the privilege to judge the following year.
LATE REGISTRATIONS & REQUEST FOR CHANGE OF THE DOG INFORMATION
As approved by the Board of Directors in its meeting on August 17, 2016, the following will be required to be microchipped:
Taking in consideration the importance of our breeders' interest and in order to provide clear guidance to our FCI judges as well as avoiding judging malpractice, the FCI General Committee made the following decision:
Countries where a ban on showing cropped/: in this case, the laws of the country being the highest authority, there is no possibility to show, at FCI sanctioned events, cropped/docked dogs of breeds customarily cropped/docked.
Countries where no ban on showing cropped/docked dogs exists: in this case, dogs of breeds customarily docked/cropped can be shown without any restriction, whether cropped/docked or not, at FCI sanctioned events, and there cannot be any discrimination, from the judges, between cropped and non-cropped dogs and between docked and non-docked dogs.
This measure applies from the date of its publication until December 31st, 2024.Payment for Registrations & Show Entry fees can now be deposited thru the following bank accounts: