CKC Rules of Eligibilty
The Mudi Entered Canada and Joined the CKC
Iszkiri Kennels efforts were instrumental in the process to add the Mudi to the Canadian Kennel Club as a recognized breed. We applied in 2002 and were voted into the Miscellaneous Group. We competed in the Miscellaneous group for a couple years. The miscellaneous group was dissolved and dogs in the miscellaneous group could apply to the new Miscellaneous Class where they could compete and earn titles in their respective CKC group. The Mudi was added to the miscellaneous class and the Herding Group 7. A few Mudis earned their Championships. Finally, the breed was fully recognized after 15 years.
First Registered Mudi Kennel in Canada with the CKC ISZKIRI REG'D
First CKC Champion - Male Pontos owned by L. Laprietra
First and Second CKC Champions - Females Maze and Detour from Iszkiri Kennels
First and Second Flyball Champions in North America - Jagged and Ping
First CKC Rally O Titles in Canada-Iszkiris Amazing Lil Diego Dancer owned by Bernice Miller
First CKC Obedience Title Iszkiris Amazing Lil Diego Dancer owned by Bernice Miller
First CKC Obedience Title Iszkiris B Amazed Lil Miss Paris owned by Dan Benton
First Canadian Trick Dog Title-Iszkiri B Amazed Awesum Possum owned by Stephanie Noonan
First CKC Rally Titles- Iszkiris Amazing Lil Diego Dancer and Iszkiri B Amazed Awesum Possum.
First CARO Rally O Titles - Iszkiri B Amazed Awesum Possum owned by Stephanie Noonan
First Canadian Barn Hunt Title - Merge, Zag
Herding Instinct Tested and Passed - Jagged, Maze, Swerve, Detour, Merge, & Squeeze
For Canadians importing a puppy born in the USA the puppy is not eligible for registration with the CKC. The mudi is NOT a recognized breed in the American Kennel Club (AKC) It was in the AKC FSS (foundation Stock) and now Miscellaneous Group. Therefore, you will receive a pedigree with the AKC FSS that is NOT accepted by the CKC.
For Canadians importing a puppy from Europe, to be eligible for registration with the CKC (Canadian Kennel Club) the pedigree must have THREE complete generations (14 dogs) on the pedigree. From the kennel club in the country the puppy was born and stamped with the FCI logo.