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The Kennel Club of India for pet lovers

By Vikas Purohit Subscribe to RSS | May 24th 2012 | Views:

If you love keeping pets and you have a passion especially for dogs then you must visit Kennel Club of India in Anna Nagar in Chennai. The club is the official body in India for registration of litter and for effecting transfers. It is registered under the Tamil Nadu societies Registration Act, 1975.

The main objection of the Kennel Club of India is to highlight and promote the scientific breeding of dogs and create awareness regarding pure breeds. More often than not most local dog breeders have no idea about specifications of each breed, the diseases they may be prone to and ill effects of cross breeding. To eradicate this and to promote the welfare of dogs KCI Chennai has laid down specific norms for breeding and selling of puppies and dogs. The club also promotes healthy dog shows and conducts obedient trials. They also issue a litter registration certificate which is done through its long database of almost 100 years and also transfers of registered dogs are recorded by this group and handed over to those buying the dogs.

Unlike earlier today many prefer to have a pet dog at home. Even building societies have relaxed their rules and they don’t mind having a dog around. Plus with the many obedient training offered by clubs like Kennel Club problems like constant barking is no longer an issue. With the increase of dog lovers in our society the number of new breeds being introduced is also on rise. Earlier one could avail from a handful of breeds but today there a lot of exported and rare breeds available in the market which are no doubt expensive. Kennel Club of India, Chennai gives proper guidance on how to buy the right breed according to one’s preference. They also inform the buyer about the qualities and challenges with each breed so as to make the buy fully aware and prepared to raise the dog. The club also provides all the information on breed standard which covers two different sections – KC London Standards and FCI Standards.

To cater to all the dog lovers in India, Kennel Club of India is spread across the country and is divided in 4 zones namely North Zone, South Zone, East Zone and West Zone. People can visit their website and get in touch with the respective club under their particular zone. All the clubs follow the same strict norms and standard to ensure uniformity and discipline. These provincial clubs hold at least two championship dog shows each year which gives dog owners to showcase their dogs. Kennel Club of India is a real have for dog lovers.

Vikas Purohit - About Author:
I have always been a dog lover and also own one. The Kennel Club of India has been helping me with all the requirements related to my pet.

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