United Kennel Club announces acquisition of American Field Publishing Co
“We are built around the philosophy of dogs being good at the job they were bred to do,” Todd kellam, said the UKC vice president.
“We believe that selective breeding and the highest standards create the best hunting dogs, so we are passionate about taking this step to build on our history and the existing American Field legacy,” Kellam added.
As the official sporting program within the UKC, the name, mission and pedigree database of the American Field Dog Stud Book will be carefully managed for the continuous improvement of test dogs in the field. UKC is committed to the heritage, to the community and to all American Field hunters, breeders, clubs, associations and participants.
“We know that UKC is full of the right people, the right passion and the right ability to bring even more visibility to this sport and this format,” said Bernie matthys, American editor in the field for 50 years.
“Both companies already have the same goal. There is unison. This is a good step for the future, ”he added.
The American Field publication provides its readers with the latest news on purebred sport dogs and the results of field trial competitions, licensed by American Field. Field Dog Stud Book is the oldest register of purebred dogs in United States assist dog owners with authentic documentation, registration, certified pedigrees and DNA services.
For more information visit www.ukcdogs.com
Guided by the belief that dogs make a difference by being the best partner a human can have – on the pitch, at work or at a competitive event, UKC is a community where people and dogs alike seek out. excellence together. Founded in 1898, UKC is committed to improving the lives of Dogs That Do More ™ and their owners, providing essential resources to help owners and breeders make informed decisions. The dog-human bond is celebrated through family-friendly programs showcasing the instincts and heritage of purebred and mixed-breed dogs at more than 16,000 licensed events per year.
SOURCE United Kennel Club