Hybrid dogs eligible for CERF certification and registration
As of January 1, 2007 the Canine Eye Registration Foundation began issuing registration certificates for hybrid dogs under a program similar to that of purebred dogs.
Registration and certification will follow the same guidelines used for purebred dogs except that dogs with any eye disorders presumed to be inherited will carry a not-to-breed recommendation. Certification will require the examination of the dog by an ACVO board certified veterinary ophthalmologist who must certify the dog to be free of eye disorders presumed to be inherited. A fully completed and signed CERF registration form will need to be submitted to the CERF office in Urbana, IL. Initial registration and issuance of a hybrid dog CERF certificate will cost US$15.00, re-registrations will cost US$12.00. Checks must be drawn on US banks only. Recognized Hybrids
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