HOW DO I BECOME A MEMBER?
Simply download "NEW MEMBERSHIP PACK" and complete the "NEW MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION" as well as the "BREEDERS CODE OF CONDUCT" found on the "FORMS" page. Once both forms have been completed return it to PACE/IEYTC via email or fax along with a proof of payment for the once-off joining fee and copy of your ID
I AM A MEMBER, HOW DO I REGISTER MY CURRENT REGISTERED DOGS WITH PACE/IEYTC?
PACE/IEYTC accept all ACCURATE and VALID pedigree certificates as long as the ancestors and their registration numbers have been recorded on the certificate for no less than 3 generations.
To register an adult/puppy with PACE/IEYTC that has already been registered with an alternative registry simply download and complete the "MULTIPLE DOG REGISTRATION" form found on the "FORMS" page. Once the form has been completed return it to PACE/IEYTC via fax or email along with proof of payment and a copy of the current pedigree certification.
I AM A MEMBER, AND MY ADULTS ARE REGISTERED WITH PACE/IEYTC, HOW DO I REGISTER A LITTER?
To register a litter simply download and complete the "LITTER REGISTRATION" form found on the "FORMS" page. Once the form has been completed return it to the PACE/IEYTC via fax or email along with the proof of payment.
WHEN IS THE CUT OFF DATE TO REGISTER A LITTER?
PACE/IEYTC recommends that all puppies be microchipped but it is not compulsory. To accommodate breeders who do microchip the litter registration can take place anytime from date of birth upto the age of 12months.
MY LITTER IS OLDER THAN 12 MONTHS WHAT DO I DO?
Should the litter be registered late, PACE/IEYTC reserves the right to refuse or accept a litter application. To qualify for consideration PACE/IEYTC will require a letter explaining the circumstances under which the failure of litter registration took place, and a penalty fee of R50 per pup above normal registration fee will be charged should the PACE/IEYTC grant registration.
I WANT TO BE A RESPONSIBLE BREEDER, WHAT ARE THE MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM BREEDING AGES?
No puppies will be registered born to a female that of the time of whelping is younger than the age of 12 months and even though many females are considered still in breeding health upto the age of 8 years PACE/IEYTC STRONGLY RECOMMENDS females be retired at the age of 6years.
Studs are often fertile as young as the age of 6 months but PACE/IEYTC STRONGLY RECCOMENDS that they only be used in matings from 12 months and older and HAS to be retired at NO LATER age than 10years.
AN ACCIDENTLY MATING TOOK PLACE AND MY FEMALE IS UNDER 12 MONTHS / OVER 8 YEARS WHAT DO I DO?
Should a female accidentally fall pregnant under the age of 12 months or over 8years PACE/IEYTC will reserve the right to refuse or to accept a litter registration application. To qualify for consideration you will have to send in a letter explaining the circumstances of the accidental mating as well as a veterinary report stating that the female as well as the offspring are in good health.