We are pround to be a member of the AKC program BRED with H.E.A.R.T.
An AKC Bred with H.E.A.R.T breeder makes an on-going commitment
to the health and well-being of purebred dogs by committing to these
Certifying that their breeding stock is health tested in accordance with
the recommendations of their breed's AKC Breed Parent Club.
Promising that they will pursue AKC provided or AKC approved continuing
breeder education so that they stay current on the best breeding practices,
including advances in canine health.
Agreeing to comply with the AKC Care and Conditions Policy, including inspections by the AKC, and promising to share with AKC health testing and continuing education documentation.
Accepting responsibility for the health and well-being of the puppies they produce and for complying with all laws regarding the ownership and maintenance of dogs.
Upholding the AKC's tradition of breeding purebred dogs that are happy and healthy.
THE FOLLOWING MUST BE MET IN ORDER TO BE ACCEPTED INTO THE AKC PROGRAM:
Be in good standing with the AKC
Certify that applicable health screens are performed on breeding stock as recommended by the respective AKC Breed Parent Club and be prepared to supply proof of such compliance upon request
Must agree to comply with the AKC Care and Conditions Policy, including inspection(s) by the American Kennel Club or its duly authorized representative
Must agree to comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations regarding the ownership and maintenance of dogs
Must agree to complete AKC-approved and/or AKC-provided continuing breeder education courses annually
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