To be suitable for full time work dogs on an Australian approved working dog list must be registered as follows:
The name of the dog registered must be on the list of Australian approved dogs. This must not be part of the dog’s name or registered name, and any other details of the dog need to be registered by a registered veterinary practitioner.
The puppy must also have the details of that specific dog (breed, name, date of birth, age, markings, breed of the offspring, and identification numbers of all the puppies) listed on the list of dogs allowed for breeding in Australia.
Puppies are no longer being registered but there was an amendment in legislation on 19th January 2013 allowing the registration of Australian approved dogs that are to be used for hunting dogs. All puppies and newborn puppies registered before the amendment will have be registered under this amendment and no new registration will be made.
If I don’t take my own puppy on the job, will my working dog be approved?
All dogs that will be used for work must be registered with the Department of Agriculture, Resources and Water Resources (DARM) and must not be on an Australian approved working dog list. This means that the puppy must be registered as the puppy is in public view. The puppy that is owned by the breeder and is being used for work must be registered and must have registered details of that pup from the DARM.
Any dogs registered under the new amendment under the provisions mentioned above will be on the list of approved hunting dogs or have their name and registration amended by the DARM under the provisions mentioned above.
What if I have more than one dog for work?
Where dogs are used for work in combination with other animals such as horses and horses being used for breeding, they must both be registered with DARM. In case of two dogs owned by the same breeder and used for work together they must both have to be registered by the DARM.
If dogs are used by more than one owner then they must all have to be registered with DARM.
Is there a list of approved dogs in the United States?
Yes, the American Kennel Club is the official body that issues lists of approved dogs for US hunting purposes with the list maintained by the American Kennel Club.
The American Kennel Club is comprised of various groups from different states and their representatives who are responsible for passing regulations about dogs that are used for hunting purposes. The American
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