The National Lacy Dog Association requires that all breeders subscribe to the following Code of Ethics to promote and foster the highest standards among breeders, owners and fanciers, and to encourage sportsmanship and cooperation in the improvement and advancement of the Lacy Dog. This Code of Ethics has been adapted from the United Kennel Club, … Continue reading NLDA Code of Ethics
General Appearance: The Lacy is a medium-sized dog with a light, balanced yet powerful build. Correct Lacy movement alludes to great speed, strength and dexterity. The body is square with a level back and deep chest that extends into well-sprung ribs. The front shoulders should be well laid back and muscular while the haunches … Continue reading The Official Breed Standard of the National Lacy Dog Association
National Lacy Dog Registry Meeting Minutes April 11th, 2016 at 7:00 pm In Attendance: President Rod Buvens, Vice President Karen Lewis, and Secretary Courtney Farris. No one absent. No others present. Proceedings: Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Rod Buvens September meeting minutes were approved Registry Report provided by the Secretary Courtney Farris … Continue reading 4-11-16 Meeting Minutes
National Lacy Dog Registry Board of Directors Meeting The Board convened on Thursday, September 3 rd, 2015 at 8:00 p.m. All Directors were present and participated by telephone conference. Meeting called to order at 8 p.m. By Courtney Farris. Present: Rod Buvens Courtney Farris Karen Appe Lewis Reading of Agenda: No previous minutes to … Continue reading 9-3-15 Meeting Minutes
We are pleased to announce that the National Lacy Dog Registry is officially a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organized exclusively for charitable, scientific, educational, and record keeping purposes. The FIRST and ONLY registry for the Lacy breed that is owned by, and therefore designed to serve the needs of the lacy community!
Effective August 8th, 2014 The National Lacy Dog Registry now offers a Limited Registration Certificate as an option for breeders wanting to sell registered puppies that are not breeding quality. The purpose of the Limited Registration is to help breeders protect their lines. In some cases, a breeder may decide that certain dogs should not produce … Continue reading Limited Registration returns
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