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Effective July 5th, 2013 in an effort to accommodate current trends in dog breeding and ownership and at the request of many of our customers, the National Lacy Dog Registry has decided that the current Limited Registration Certificate will be phased out in the coming months and replaced with a Permanent Registration Certificate. A litter is eligible for registration if it is the result of a mating between an NLDR registered sire and NLDR registered dam.

To promote breeding to a standard, support sound temperament and preserve natural working ability, the NLDR will continue to offer a Best of Breed certificate for eligible Lacy dogs.

To receive this Best of Breed Certification, a Lacy dog must be 12 months of age or older, meet the standard as set forth by the NLDA, and show working ability. An inspection must be done by an approved inspector, or in the case of prohibitive distance, a licensed veterinarian.

Permanent Registration certifies that the dog is a purebred Lacy Dog and Best of Breed Certification guarantees that the Lacy Dog is free from disqualifying faults. This is a special designation by the National Lacy Dog Registry for dogs that have been inspected and determined to be an exceptional representative of the lacy breed.

If your dog is already registered with the NLDR, you do not need to reapply for registration. If your dog currently holds a limited registration, it is now a full registration. If your dog currently holds a Breed Quality certificate, it is now a Best of Breed certificate.

The goal of the NLDR is to be the world’s best registry for Lacy dogs. We promise to offer our customers quality service, educate and assist our customers in breeding the very best Lacy dogs where an equal emphasis is placed on performance and appearance. Both the registry and the National Lacy Dog Association will continue to build and maintain the Lacy dog’s reputation as a working breed without a wavering appearance and continue to host events in which those dogs can prove their abilities.

For more information, please visit http://www.lacydogregistry.com

NLDR Single Dog Registration:

A lacy dog is eligible for Permanent Registration if:
(1) Parents are currently registered by the NLDR or the Animal Research Foundation
(2) The litter is registered by the NLDR or the Animal Research Foundation
(3) A completed Single Dog Registration inspection form and 3 generation pedigree are provided. This is for dogs 12 months of age or older registered with the LGDR, NKC, ect, and dogs that have never before been registered. Handwritten pedigrees are acceptable if a registry issued pedigree is not available as long as the source of the information is stated.


Best of Breed Certification guarantees that a purebred lacy dog is free from disqualifying faults and demonstrates working ability. This is a special designation by the National Lacy Dog Registry for dogs that have been inspected and determined to be an exceptional representative of the lacy breed. To receive this Certification a dog must be 12 months of age and meet the Lacy Dog standard as set forth by the NLDA.

Upon receipt of the form, pedigree and pictures, the NLDR will review the information and, upon approval, issue a Best of Breed Certificate.

People who own spayed/neutered Lacy Dogs can apply for Best of Breed Certification if they would like. The Best of Breed Certification guarantees that a dog is free from disqualifying faults and demonstrates working ability. The process for approval is the same as that for breeding stock.

With this designation, a breeder has certified proof that the litter is out of quality stock. It also shows the breeder has gone above and beyond to have his dogs inspected for conformation, temperament, health, and working ability...and certified.

Litter Registration
If both the sire and the dam are registered with the NLDR, breeders can submit a Litter Registration Form.

Once the NLDR receives a completed Litter Registration Form and ancestry is verified, Puppy Certifications (puppy papers) will be mailed back to the breeder. The litter owner will pass one application per pup to the new puppy owner or the owner of the litter may decide to keep one or more of the pups.

In order to permanently register a lacy dog with the NLDR, the new puppy owner needs to complete the form and send it in to the NLDR to establish permanent registration in their name. Otherwise, the puppies are still considered to be in the seller’s name.

The registration numbers of dogs already in the database will never change. If your dog's number begins with LCR or BQ...it will remain the same forever. However, dogs that are currently registered as Limited are now Fully registered in the stud files of the NLDR.

If you would like to request an updated registration certificate, please contact the NLDR at lacydogregistry@gmail.com

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