This page provides information about registering dogs with the QWCDTA Inc.
- About registering your dog – extracts from the rules
- About the register
- How to register dogs – the process
- Registration fees
About registering your dog
Registering a dog with the QWCDTA is a member privilege. Members, please refer to page 23 of 28 of your rule book for details. Some extracts from the rule book are included on this page.
All dogs registered under the QWCDTAInc register meet the criteria set by the Association. The association accepts no responsibility for the lack of any working ability of any pups sold of registered parents.
(Rules 2005 pge 23)
All dogs competing in a QWCDTA trial must be registered; allowing one (1) season for newly started dogs before registration. UNLESS a dog gains a placing 1st – 6th in an Open or Novice trial – then the dog must be registered, even if within the one (1) season grace period.
- Object of classification is the means by which the QWCDTA accept dogs for registration
- Two (2) classifications:
- Bloodline Register (BLR) – must produce three (3) generations of known bloodlines before they can be registered (IF NOT TRIALLED)
- Trialled Register (TDR) – all dogs that are trialled
(Rules 2005 pge 23)
About the QWCDTA Register
There are over 2200 dogs registered within the QWCDTA registration database.
Responsibility for recording dogs within the register is the role of the QWCDTA Registrar who holds the master copy of the QWCDTA Register. Copies of the database, either controlled or uncontrolled will not be provided to members or other parties. Members may request from the Registrar an emailed copy of any dog’s pedigree, or information about a dog’s breeding at no charge.
How to register dogs with QWCDTA
Please note: registering dogs with the Association is a member-only privilege.
Below are the steps to follow to register a dog with the QWCDTA.
Ensure you are a paid up member.
Registering a dog is a member-only privilege. If you are not a member, please visit our Membership Page for information and instructions on how to join.
Research the dog’s pedigree and collate information for registration
For your dog to be effectively entered on the register, please do one of the following:
If you are unable to download one of these form formats, please gather and collate the following information to send to the Registrar (this information is included in the Word and Excel forms):
- Dog name including prefix (nb as a guideline, the prefix is that of the owner of the dam of the pup/dog being registered)
- Date of birth
- Owner’s name
- Breeder’s name
- Breeding/pedigree to at least three (3) generations (including any existing registration numbers if available or known)
Complete the registration paperwork and sign that it is true and correct to the best of your knowledge
If you are emailing your registration information to the Registrar, your email will represent your confirmation that the information provided is true and correct to the best of your knowledge.
Pay your registration fees
Make payment of your registration fees to the Treasurer (refer to fee schedule below).
Payment can be made by cheque, or through direct debit using your name as reference into the Association’s account (Qld Working Cattle Dog Trial Ass; BSB 034 206 (Westpac Toowoomba); Account No 75 0734). Please email your transfer confirmation to the Treasurer at email [email protected] .
Email or Send your registration paperwork to the Registrar
Refer to the Contact Us page for the Registrar’s mailing, emailing or phone details. If you are unsure about something in the registration process … please contact the registrar prior to sending your paperwork to discuss.
What happens next
Once your registration fees are received, the Treasurer generates a receipt, notifies the Registrar
and your new Registration papers are then able to be posted out to you.
Fees associated with the registration process
Becoming a member – Annual membership
Registration (members only)
$5.00 per dog
Transfer of registered dog ownership from a member:
a) to another QWCDTA member, where transfer request includes posting or emailing a new registration certificate
$5.00 per dog
b) to a non-member, where transfer request includes posting or emailing a new Registration Certificate
$10.00 per dog
c) to a new owner, member or non-member, where there is a change to the database register only – no posting or emailing of new certificate