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In 1975, jaw and teeth of dog found in a cave in Iraq established that domesticated dog’s relationship with man goes back to 14000 years. It is said that dog is man’s best friend and it is also true that as the first domestic animal, the dog is man’s oldest friend. Dogs have served us in many ways. They have guarded our homes and property, they have been our comrades in winning wars, with police they have helped to keep law and order, they have helped in the rescue operations and have saved many lives. During long history of man, one sees that man always kept dogs. Pure-bred dogs have been kept under very challenging conditions. In the face of threats, religious and social taboos, restrictive laws, war, famine conditions and so on, man has managed to keep pure-bred dogs. If man takes so many pains to keep a dog, there must be a reason for it. In fact there are many reasons, which all blend together and form a fabric of mystical man-dog relationship. To keep this fabric intact, it is important that pure-bred dogs are bred in a scientific manner for which it is important to track dogs and their offspring, in fact it is necessary to track the entire family history of the dog. This in mind, over the years, many countries formed their kennel clubs, England being the first country to form its kennel club in 1873. The Kennel Club of Pakistan was formed in 1947 and soon the Kennel Club (England) gave it affiliation. A few years ago, the American Kennel Club, recognizing the status of KCP, made a reciprocal agreement with the Kennel Club of Pakistan. In 2006, the prestigious Asia Kennel Union, gave Kennel Club of Pakistan membership. All these prestigious organizations give membership to only one kennel club from each country, which, according to their evaluation, best serves the canine interest in the country. The Kennel Club of Pakistan, not only registers and tracks dogs and their offspring, but also offer events that are used to test if a dog is a suitable specimen of its breed. We fell that being able to track the pedigree of a purebred dog is important because responsible breeders are always seeking to better their breed. By examining pedigrees of the registered dog and looking at the accomplishments of the dogs, like dog shows and breed surveys, breeders can make good decisions about breeding their dogs.
The two main functions of the Kennel Club of Pakistan are to register pure-bred dogs and to act as governing body for the sport of pure-bred dogs. Its other responsibility is educational-communications. The Kennel Club of Pakistan provides services to anyone interested in dogs, whether they are would-be owners trying to decide on the best breed to get or advanced breeder trying to breed better dogs. To keep up with modern day requirements, our all records have been
computerized. Pedigrees, registration certificates, prefix registration, championship certificates,
membership cards etc., all are issued in computerized form and are easily traceable at any time.
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ALL DOG OWNERS ARE WARNED THAT IF A DOG IS SHOWN IN ANY DOG SHOW WHICH IS NOT-SANCTIONED OR RECOGNIZED BY THE KENNEL CLUB OF PAKISTAN, DOG’S REGISTRATION WILL BE CANCELLED WITHOUT ANY NOTICE. PROGENY OF SUCH DOGS WILL ALSO NOT BE REGISTERED STARTING FROM THE DAY OF DOG’S DE-REGISTRATION. ALL DOG LOVERS, IN THEIR OWN INTEREST ARE CAUTIONED TO REMAIN VIGILANT