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Schipperke Club of Canada

Code of Ethics

Members of the Schipperke Club of Canada will do all in their power to protect and advance the interest of the Schipperke breed.

Breeding: They conscientiously plan each litter based on the parents appropriate temperament and qualities in relation to the breeds official standard. Before deciding to produce a litter they consider the possibility of properly placing the puppies they cannot keep themselves. They use for breeding only mature animals which are of sound temperament, which are free from hereditary defects such as incorrect dentition, orchidism, blindness, deafness, etc. and which are acceptable under the breed standard. They safeguard bitches from unplanned matings and encourage bitch puppy buyers to allow her time for proper recuperation.

Health: They maintain sanitary living conditions for all stock. They maintain the health of all stock through regular check-ups, worming and vaccinations. They maintain all stock free of external/internal parasites and keep adequate health records of all stock which will be given to the purchaser if stock is sold.

Registration: They register all their stock with the C.K.C. and supply all purchasers with C.K.C. registration papers properly transferred to the purchaser. Use should be made of the non-breeding agreement for stock sold as pet quality rather than guaranteed show/breeding quality.

Sales: They do not sell or consign stock to pet shops or other dealers. They sell stock, permit stud service and lease bitches only to individuals who they are reasonably sure will abide by this Code of Ethics. They will provide to all purchasers of stock, in writing, a three generation pedigree, feeding instructions and health record. They will also supply purchasers with advice on the care of stock purchased. They will ensure that all stock sold is free of parasites and has been inoculated. In advertising they state only factual material and never misrepresent any stock. They never permit any of their stock to be used as the prize for raffles or draws.

Showing: They exhibit their stock to the best of their ability in conformation, obedience, etc. and maintain a friendly and sincere attitude towards other exhibitors.

General: Whenever confronted with a situation not covered by this Code, they will conduct themselves in a responsible manner which will not reflect badly on the Schipperke breed or themselves.

I am aware that failure to comply with this Code of Ethics could result in disciplinary action, such as denial of voting privileges, reprimand, suspension or expulsion.

 

 

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Name (print) Signature Date

 

December 1996

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