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Advanced Registration Certificate (ARC)

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DISCLAIMER

The purpose of the Advanced Registration Certificate (ARC) is to identify and recommend for breeding individual Boxers, which, due to their outstanding mental and physical attributes, can be expected to help improve the breed.

The following criteria for an Advanced Registration Certificate for Boxers were accepted by SABOX and approved by KUSA:

To obtain an ARC a Boxer must:

1 be positively identified by tattoo, microchip or DNA
2 be over twenty-four (24) months of age
3 be a KUSA Breed Champion
4 have an affix as part of its registered name
5 have passed a SABOX Breed Survey / Breed Assessment
6 have passed an Aptitude Test
7 have a hip score of not worse than C1-C1