Each gene is present as two copies and are displayed as letters for the purpose of labeling each gene. Offspring copy from each parent.
This technology does not use actual genes, but tests the DNA sequences that are inherited one copy from each parent. For this reason, your dog's DNA Profile does not provide any information about the conformation of the dog or the presence/absence of genetic diseases, and cannot determine the breed of a dog
Why is it Important?
DNA is important step towards ensuring the integrity of the BBIR Registry.
DNA guarantees continuity from one generation to the next eliminating concerns or questions about identification and parentage.
How do I Register?
Fill out appropriate form and submit the required information listed on said form. You can mail, or email the forms to the BBIR. Any required paperwork must be included with application. Any further questions can be answered by email sent to: email@example.com
BBIR Registry Acceptance
This registration is officially recognized and accepted by show venues and organizations.
Who May Register?
BBIR Registry is available to all adult dogs, and puppies that are the result of pure Biewer to Biewer breeding only. A person does not have to be club affiliated to register their Biewer with the BBIR. This registry has incorporated the strictest set of rules including proof of parentage, DNA, 4 pictures of each puppy / dog, notification and records of faults and or genetic diseases. Please fill out the appropriate forms in a clear and legible manner.
Is Kennel Protection Available?
Kennel names are protected once you have registered a litter. Any kennel name must be kept up to date and as long as kept active with occasional litters your name will be yours alone. If you would like your kennel website listed on our website there will be an annual charge
THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS GOVERN THE GRANTING OF A REGISTERED KENNEL NAME:
The name may be a unique word created by the applicant.
The name may not have been used more than incidentally and rarely by other breeders in the naming of dogs in the past 10 years. This will be verified thorough and in-depth research.
A kennel name may not contain any derogatory or discriminatory words. The BBIR reserves the right to reject an application or revoke a name once it has been registered.
When a kennel name is registered, the BBIR will exercise reasonable care in protecting the name for the use of the individual(s) to whom it has been registered.
Are you covered by the Privacy Act?
No information will be shared without written permission. Guaranteed.
•Pedigrees that are written in English •Transferable Pedigrees •Confirmation of Kennel Name •4 to 5 Generation laminated pedigrees with dogs picture •Option to mark puppies "Limited", “S/N”, “Pet only”, etc. •Documentation such as Titles, DNA, Bile Acid test OFA & CERF recorded •Open to the public - No Club Affiliation necessary •Acceptance by various show venues •Compliance with UKC and AKC rules for future breed recognition •Privacy and security