Corporate By-laws of the NASRegistration

Since my web sites were all destroyed, I have kept copies of what was posted on them. THE FOLLOWING is a copy of a bunch of pages taken off the NASR website. I hope to update this and replace it, but i thought many of you might enjoy seeing some of our old paperwork.

The following things do not exist at this time. I have to update this web site and the rules and fees etc. So do NOT write me and want something below. Wait for me to put it up on the web site as official. These are old copies of other web sites. thanks.

Corporate By-Laws of the NASR

  1. The National Alsatian Shepalute Registry will work for the protection and advancement of the Purebred Shepalute.
  2. Complaints of false information must be submitted in writing, and will get 45 days time to investigate and respond to such complaint.
  3. Application for registration must be completed with all requested information and evidence of eligibility for registration must be submitted with such.
  4. Application for a single dog must be accompanied with four pictures of the said dog. Front view 2 side views and one rear view of said dog in a standing position. The photo will remain the property of the NASR and be permanently placed in your members file.
  5. The sire and dam must be registered before a member will be allowed to register a litter. All requirements of the application must be met before a registration certificate of membership can be issued. If the Sire or Dam is not registered, fill out an application for a single dog and send it with pictures to the NASR.
  6. Litter Registration and/or application for litter registration must be completed in full, making certain all registration numbers of the sire and dam. Applicant must check the name and address on the front of both the sire and dam's registration certificate against that of the individual who has represented themselves as the owner. All applications must be received within six months of the whelping date. A picture of the whole litter must be accompanied plus a picture of each pup. The pictures will remain the property of the NASR and will be permanently placed in your members file.
  7. Breeder's must obtain a Breeders Certificate and their breeder's number shall be placed in the appropriate box. If you are not a registered Breeder, you may still breed your dog and register the litter if the "Breeder" who approved of the breeding is a registered Breeder with the NASR or if you have the backing and signature of a Breed Master.
  8. Breeder's must keep records of the puppies sold and register them in a Breeding book or a three ring binder made into a breeding book and the records must provide: the sire and dam's name and registration numbers, the whelping date, the litter judges initials and stamp of approval of the new born. These records must also show the three weeks, six weeks, and eight-week puppy tests with scores. You should also have the registration numbers of each puppy that has been approved and registered through the NASR.
  9. Transfer of Dog: The back of the issued certificate of registration must be completed to transfer a dog into another name and ownership along with the appropriate fee. If this dog has not been tested at six months and/or one year you should email the Judges to have that done. When the dog receives his qualified score and our judges approve of the temperament and character then your dog will be transferred as registered into the new owner’s name.
  10. Most owners will change the dog's name after you have sold them. Breeders sometimes use their own surnames and give them a male or female name, or if you prefer, you may use the kennel name where your dog is registered.
  11. Inspections: The NASR authorized representative and judges have the right to inspect the records and practices and to examine any dog registered with the NASR.
  12. Penalties: the NASR may refuse any dog or litter or to record the transfer of any dog for sole reason that the records do not support the application required or because a dog did not pass the required judging test.
  13. All registration records are kept confidential by the NASR and any request for file information must be submitted in writing and signed by a member who is the owner of record.
  14. The NASR reserves the right to change all rules, fees, etc. without notice anytime conditions warrant such changes.
  15. The NASR stands firmly behind the constitutional rights of all individuals.


The information submitted on an application is the sole responsibility of the individual signing it, and application remains the property of the National Alsatian Shepalute Registry.

To Register A Single Dog:

  1. Complete the Single Dog Application and send the $19.00 fee to: NASR Schwarz Kennel 4175 Winnetka Rd. White City, Oregon 97503.
  2. If available, place the sire and dam and litter numbers of the other kennel club in the correct places on the application. please specify this fact. (Photo copies of the other registration may be attached to form for ease of completion).

Each Registered Single Dog will get a unique National Alsatian Shepalute Registration Certificate and registration number.

Classification Data from applications will be used to determine proper classification in the event that your dog's papers were lost or never issued.

If your dog is not an "Alsatian Shepalute", or is an import or a mixed breed of Malamute, Shepherd, and Mastiff then the following items will be accepted as proof for this dogs classification: Photocopies of another club (example AKC, UKC) registration or application

OR Four photographs of the dog, one head view and one each side view and one Rear

OR a Letter from a licensed veterinarian stating what your dog is.

Data submitted on and with NASR applications will be used to determine proper classification.

Class A: Multiple generations registered with NASR. Sire and Dam on litter applications must be registered with the NASR either before or at the time the litter is registered.

Class F: Foundation stock (first time registration with NASR): registration applications submitted individually, without having been registered as a part of an entire litter, whether or not sire and /or dam are registered with the NASR with documentation as to proof of breed or mix.

Litter registered, one parent either sire or dam on litter application not registered with NASR, but are registered in good standing with another kennel club.

PET: Documented as such and may be spayed or neutered and is registered with the NASR.

SERVICE: Dogs that have met certification requirements as a service or therapy dog such as guide dogs, dogs for the deaf, READ dogs, Search and Rescue dogs, Companion Assistance Dogs.

About Registration

The National Alsatian Shepalute Registry, a not-for-profit organization established in 1987 maintains a purebred dog registry and co operates with the NASClub which sanctions dog events, and promotes responsible dog ownership.

As the NASR does not breed or sell dogs, it cannot guarantee the quality or health of dogs in its registry. NASCR reserves the right to refuse or to rescind the registration of any dog for cause.

The owners of registered dogs have access to numerous educational and informational services provided by NASC and the NASR.

Papers and Identification

When you buy a dog represented as NASC registrable, you should receive an NASC Dog Registration Application form properly filled out by the seller.

When you complete your portion and submit it with the proper fee, this form will enable you to register the dog.

When the application has been processed, you will receive an NASC Registration Certificate.

Under NASC Rules, any person who sells dogs represented as NASC registrable must maintain records that make it possible to give full identifying information with every dog delivered even though NASC "papers" are not yet available. Do not accept a promise of later identification.

The Rules and Regulations of the National Alsatian Shepalute Club stipulate that whenever someone sells or delivers a dog registrable with NASC, the dog must be identified by providing the buyer with a properly completed NASC Dog Registration Application for a dog not yet individually registered or a properly completed NASC Registration Certificate for a registered dog. If neither of these is available, the person delivering or shipping the dog must furnish the person acquiring the dog with a bill of sale or written statement, signed by the seller, giving all of the identifying information listed below:

For a Dog Not Yet Individually Registered
Sex and color and markings
Date of birth
Litter number (when available)
Names and numbers of sire and dam
Name of breeder
Date sold or delivered

For a Registered Dog
Registered name
Registration number
Date sold or delivered

This identifying information must be supplied with the dog even though NASC papers are not yet available. When you do receive the properly completed NASC registration papers, verify the papers against your bill of sale to ensure that all the information is correct. Please be advised that a dog will not be registered or transferred without the proper NASC registration papers.

If you are buying a dog that is supposed to be registrable with the NASC you should realize it is your responsibility to obtain complete identification of the dog or you should not buy the dog. Failure to get NASC "registration papers" causes more grief for buyers of purebred registrable dogs than any other problem. It has long been common practice to explain the inability saying "NASC hasn't sent the papers yet." The essence of this and similar excuses is that because the National Alsatian Shepalute Club is at fault, papers are not available. The fact is that the processing of any NASC registration item takes approximately three weeks. If a breeder is doing his paperwork in a regular, careful manner, there is ample time to obtain the necessary "papers" from NASC prior to sale of any puppy. When "papers" are not available at the time of delivery, it is a red-flag warning sign to exercise extreme caution.

NASC Registration and Quality

There is a widely held belief that "NASR" or "NASR papers" guarantee the quality of a dog. This is not the case. NASR is a registry body. A registration certificate identifies the dog as the offspring of a known sire and dam, born on a known date. It in no way indicates the quality or state of health of the dog.

Quality in the sense of "show quality" is determined by many factors including the dog's health, physical condition, ability to move and appearance.

Breeders breeding show stock are trying to produce animals that closely resemble the description of perfection described in the breed standard.

Many people breed their dogs with no concern for the qualitative demands of the breed standard. When this occurs repeatedly over several generations, the animals, while still purebred, can be of extremely low quality.

Before buying a dog, you should investigate the dog's parentage (including titles, DNA and pedigree information), the breeder's breeding practices, the breed standard, and the genetic tests recommended by the Parent Club for the breed.

How NASC Registration Functions

The National Alsatian Shepalute Club registration system can be described as a cycle, which is repeated every generation. A convenient starting point is the registration of a litter.

In order for a litter to be eligible for registration, the sire (Father/stud dog) and the dam (Mother/bitch) must be individually NASC registered and the litter must be whelped in the United States.

Registration of the litter must be completed before any of the pups from the litter can be individually registered with NASR.

Application to register a litter must be submitted on a Litter Registration Application form. This form as well as others mentioned here is available upon request.

The owners of the sire and dam should complete and sign the appropriate portions of the application and submit it to NASR with the required fee.

Litter Registration Application

Register now over the internet only $25.00

List your Litter on our web site only $20.00 additional

Puppy Registration Papers mailed to you within 24 hours

Please fill in the boxes below

if you are missing information leave it blank unless the field says required

If you are registering the sire (father) and/or dam (mother) at the same time as this litter enter PENDING in the sire & dam number fields


To Register A Litter:

A litter application must be submitted with descriptive information of each puppy. T

he Female (dam) and the Male (Sire) must be registered with NASR.

If the male is not a Registered Alsatian Shepalute you may still register your Registered Female Alsatian Shepalute's Litter if your litter has been tested at the age of New Born, Three Weeks, Six Weeks and Eight Weeks by the Quality Assurance Judge.

However this will result in a lower classification for puppies than if both parents are NASR registered.

Put NASR name and registration numbers (and other kennel club sire's number), in the correct place on the litter application. Complete the litter application as best you can and submit with fee of $25.00 for the whole litter.

The NASR will issue a printed registration application for each pup in the litter.

These will be white puppy registration certificates and they will have the sex, name, color, and any identifying marks of each particular puppy on each puppy registration certificate. Be sure to hand the correct registration certificate to the new owner that goes with that puppy.

When you sell the puppies, each purchaser should receive the application which shows the corresponding puppy that belongs with that certificate.

If you do not know your puppies and hand out the wrong certificate you as a breeder will be up for investigation. There is no call for a breeder not to know all his/her puppies. If you are such a breeder you will not belong to this club any longer.

To get a Litter Registration Application OR a Single Dog Registration Application "Free" over the Internet Email us at:

Receive these benefits.

Lifetime Registration, your kennel name is reserved for your use only, no duplicates, no confusion. Kennel name is printed on all single dog registration forms (pink) for all registered litters.

Dog name privileges: you can have the name of all dogs and puppies you sell start with your kennel name (example: Kennel Name is Schwarz Kennels, dog is named Schwarz kennels Fudge) Certificate suitable for framing. ONLY $75.00

Register Your Kennel Name

Register you kennel name with the The National Alsatian Shepalute Registry™ and receive these benefits. Lifetime Registration, your kennel name is reserved for your use only, no duplicates, no confusion. Kennel name printed on all single dog registration forms for all registered litters. Dog name privileges: you can have the name of all dogs and puppies you sell start with your kennel name. Certificate suitable for framing.

Lifetime Kennel Name Registration only $50.00.

The Foundation Stock Registry allows Out Crosses of the Alsatian Shepalute to continue to develop while providing them with the security of a reliable and reputable avenue to maintain their records.

Foundation Stock Registry is not a requirement for owners of an out-cross who want to achieve full NASC recognition, however, select FSR out-crosses may now compete in Companion Events.

Out-Crosses must have three-generation pedigrees recorded in the FSR.

Recording your dog in FSR can help catapult your dog into NASC competition.

While the recording of a dog in FSR does not constitute NASC recognition, it does provide the avenue to compete in the exciting world of Companion Events.

Furthermore, those FSR dogs that become eligible to compete in Companion Events have the opportunity to apply to participate in NASC Performance Events that pertain to the breed's original purpose.

How Dogs Enter the FSR

The National Alsatian Shepalute Club considers requests to enter FSR from individual dog owners of an outcross Alsatian Shepalute.

Those wishing to pursue recording with FSR must:

  • Provide a written history documenting the dogs linage over a period of three generations. The source of the historical information must also be provided.
  • Provide photographs, including puppies and adults, as well as both dogs and bitches.

The NASC only considers adding to the FSR or its registry upon request.

FSR Recording and Certificates

When a dog is recorded in the Foundation Stock Registry, it is issued a numbered FSR Certificate. This certificate indicates that the dog is the product of an acceptable cross with one parent being that of a registered Alsatian Shepalute.

In some cases, a breeder will determine that a dog should be recorded with "limited" status. A limited FSR Certificate indicates that no offspring of the dog is eligible to be recorded in the FSR.

Dogs with two-generation pedigrees, one-generation pedigree or names of sire and dam only, are eligible for enrollment in FSR as the foundation stock of future generations.

FSR Certificates will be issued to all dogs enrolled in FSR.

Note: Any dog that has less than a three-generation pedigree will not move into full NASC recognition.

What is next?

If your goal is NASC recognition please consider the action items below after your dog is in the FSR. The recognition process begins with admission of your dog to the Out Cross Class.

  • Stay in contact. The NASC moves forward with recognition of dogs whose fanciers want the dog to be recognized. Maintaining regular contact with FSR staff will show your enthusiasm for and commitment to NASC recognition.

instead of simply following the basic set of rules as club members, we at the National Alsatian Shepalutes Club have developed an extensive Code of Ethics that is an expression of our goals. We aim to protect, preserve and improve the Alsatian Shepalute breed and its future, as well as protect individual dogs. We all have an obligation to put the welfare of the Alsatian Shepalute above personal gain and refrain from activities that would be detrimental to the best interests of the breed. There is nothing wrong with personal gain though and we do not condemn those who reach for the stars. We believe in the freedom of this country and the rights of all its citizens.



You may of course register your Alsatian Shepalute with any breed club but you may not use the name "Alsatian Shepalute". We are the guardians of this rare breed and we hold the responsibility to keep this breed pure and healthy. we do and will place rules and regulations down that will ensure that every Alsatian Shepalute is a representative of its breed. These dogs can be guaranteed because we are strict and each of our pups will please the new owners and will be healthy and not a burden to the American people. We are proud of the fact that no Alsatian Shepalute is returned but in cases of emergencies or unforeseen problems of the new owners and not because one of our pups was noisy, hyper, cried or barked consistently or dug holes to china!


  1. All the dogs in our care shall be provided with the highest possible standards of nutrition, shelter, cleanliness, veterinary care, exercise, training, socialization and individual attention. This does not mean that we should over pamper our dogs and allow the weak to survive. All weak pups will be noted and such pups will be given restricted pedigrees.

If the Breed Master finds that any breeder has hidden any weakness’s such as a "runts will to survive", "inability to take it’s first breath", "inability to find tit or to eat enough to survive and grow properly", that breeder will be found harming our lines and all pups of this breeder will be placed in a restricted category and scrutinized intensely in judging the OFFSPRING so that no weak animals be given a passing registration certificate. This is an absolute must! We pride our stock in the health department and if but one dog breeds and passes on a weak will to live or any other weakness it will reduce the health of our stock and this effects all of us breeders. This is not a joke nor do we care about the politics concerning this topic.

  1. We possess proper legal pedigree documentation for each individual Alsatian Shepalute that is used for breeding purposes and if necessary we shall search out and prove that this pedigree is correct and belongs to this dog. This is the breeders responsibility and any one who breeds a dog of improper pedigree information will be refused a breeding permit and will be refused membership in the NASC.
  2. Alsatian Shepalutes are "what you see is what you get". No plastic surgeries to conceal a fault are ever performed on our dogs and no medications are used for bringing a dog into condition. Each and every Alsatian Shepalute looks and acts according to their genetic potential, no more and no less. We condemn practices of silicone muzzle enhancement, wrinkle removals, eyelid correction, severing tail ligaments, steroid and hormone use and any other invasive unnatural procedure aimed at physical appearance enhancement and if our judges and or breeders or club officials find out that any dog has been worked on in any manner they shall be barred from club functions as the club votes.


  1. We plan each breeding with the paramount intention of preserving the breed's qualities. Every time we breed a litter we shall direct our efforts toward producing Alsatian Shepalutes of exceptional quality and our motto is “better than the parents”. We encourage and participate in club forums to discuss the mating of certain dogs. We contact our breed quality warden and founder to get feed back in all breeding’s, even mishaps.
  2. We select the stud dog and brood bitch with an eye to temperament, and character, with a careful study of the breed standard, and the principles of genetics. We scrutinize the pedigree, conformation, and companion potential of both the sire and dam, keeping in mind the ideal of the breed.
  3. All Alsatian Shepalutes used for breeding have been tested at birth, six weeks old, eight weeks, six months and every year. Testing is done over the internet or in person when ever possible by the breed founder or breed warden or Breed Quality Control Officer.
  4. We believe that only those dogs known to be free of serious or disqualifying defects should be used for breeding. We will not breed monorchids, cryptorchids, dogs with vicious or shy temperaments, or dogs with serious defects or disqualifications addressed in the Alsatian Shepalute Standard. We will refrain from using a dog that, although free from serious or disqualifying defects, consistently produces afflicted puppies.
  5. We do not breed Alsatian Shepalutes that are not mature and absolutely healthy. We will not breed a bitch unless she is in good health and is over nine months of age.
  6. Breeding should be undertaken only when we are in a position to properly care for the bitch and litter. All puppies are the responsibility of the breeder and each breeder shall insert an identifying chip on the body of her pups so that she may truthfully say that none of her puppies are in shelters or homeless. Each breeder shall take multitudes of photos and place those photos in breeding albums to correctly identify a dog incase of outside threats or suits against them or even disputes from evil doers. Photographs will protect you when identifying your puppies.
  7. Before entering into any breeding arrangement, we will have an obligation to refuse the breeding if, in our opinion, it is not in the best interest of the breed. We will be straightforward and honest about our stud's or bitch's strong and weak points as well as about results of past breeding’s and family history.


  1. All Alsatian Shepalutes used for breeding are tested and cleared of any forms of lameness or of physical defects by observing and showing our dogs to the breed founder or breed quality control officers. If we learn about any other hereditary problem affecting our lines, we will test for it as advised by the veterinary genetics specialists. All prospective breeding animals should be carefully observed and evaluated for any health problems that might develop as the animal matures. We will research the pedigrees of all Alsatian Shepalutes to be bred and provide or require documented health testing. If one of our dogs becomes identified as being affected by an inherited disease (by testing or clinical signs), we should make every effort to notify owners and breeders of closely related dogs.
  2. We will not claim at any time that our puppies will not be affected with a hereditary condition. The breeding of purebred dogs is not an exact science. It is not always possible to prevent the occurrence of inherited diseases, as there are not yet definitive tests to identify healthy dogs that are carriers of genetic diseases. As breeders, our obligation with regard to hereditary conditions is to make every effort to prevent their occurrence and to share openly and honestly all information available regarding the genetic health status of our dogs, but we can only do as much as the current scientific knowledge allows us.
  3. We strongly feel that elimination of genetic diseases is a worthy goal and we have a strict inner policy to follow for the good of the breed, thus we will cull any puppies from our litters that do not pass health tests directly after birth. Any pups who fail health tests at a later date shall not be registered or even identified as pure of breed nor shall we ever bred such a pair again! Failing to pass temperament and character testing results in limited registration and does not and will not result in culling but any and all unhealthy and deformed puppies must be logged and noted and culled so that no one shall ever bred such a pup even in that it may hide a defect upon maturity. It is because of hiding and masking deformities and sever problems that other breeds have fallen along the way side and rumored to be unhealthy. That will ruin the breed’s reputation and such is not something to be looked at lightly. Breeding is an art, an art that requires strict discipline and love and admiration and is not for those of the weak hearted. We do not need breeders nor do we need club members. We do not require large memberships nor do we strive to get rich or big upon such increased memberships.
  4. Research into the canine genome is proceeding at an explosive pace and information about genetic diseases in dogs is becoming more readily available every day. However, we do not yet have definitive information about every disease that has a genetic component, or what its method of inheritance is. Nonetheless, the following is a list of conditions known, or highly suspected, to be inheritable in the Alsatian Shepalute in the order of the most prevalent first.
  5. Epilepsy
  6. Arthritis
  7. Panosteitis
  8. Hip Displasia and elbow Displasia


  1. We show discrimination in the sale of our puppies and we are concerned with the type of homes in which they are placed. We should seek the best possible environment for each Alsatian Shepalute produced in our kennel. Our Alsatian Shepalutes may not be offered to events such as raffles, auctions, drawing, lotteries, contests, or laboratory experiments, and we will not knowingly deal with unethical persons.
  2. We will refrain from releasing any puppy until it is at least six weeks old (to those who are educated in young pups), or eight weeks old if the puppy is to be shipped.
  3. All dogs and puppies are permanently identified by means of tattoo or microchip and their permanent identification is registered with the proper registration body.
  4. All agreements and stipulations between kennel and puppy buyer should be recorded in a sales contract and/or by simple written exchange of mutual expectations.
  5. If a purchaser wishes to return a dog for whatever reason and at any time, we will honor the return at no cost to kennel. This is to ensure the dog’s safety and welfare rather than jeopardize its future in an unwanted home or a dog pound. For the protection of the puppy our sales contract states that should the buyer ever be unable to keep our Alsatian Shepalute, the dog cannot be sold to a third party, but must be returned to us. If this is a reoccurrence and we find out that puppies are being returned to a breeder our breed officers will go over the breeding of the pups to see what action needs to be taken. The breeder’s board of officers may refuse any breeder the papers necessary to be a part of this organization with the proper votes and inspections.
  6. We will encourage our puppy buyers to keep in contact with us to monitor the puppies' progress. If we find out that any breeder is not monitoring the puppies that they brought into this world we shall bring them before the breeders board.


  1. Advertising of our dogs will be factual and honest, both in substance and implication. Misleading exaggerations or unfounded claims of shall not be used. We can and will use the temperament and testing charts and the puppy scores to describe the character, temperament and looks of our pups. Breeders shall be familiar with the scores and their meanings.


  1. We understand that exhibiting dogs is a sport and that we are expected to express good sportsmanship in all such activities.
  2. We will refrain from unnecessary criticism of other people’s dogs, unless asked directly and then only if we believe such criticism to be factual and helpful. You may wish to carry Breeder officer informational cards so that others may access the web site and present their dogs to the breed founder or the breeder’s board for the proper criticism and judgments per the breed standards.

3. We will follow the Golden Rule in that we will do unto others as we would have done unto us in all dog enterprises.

4. As a matter of ethics, we pledge to help educate the general public about the Alsatian Shepalute breed, as well as to assist the novice breeder. This is the last and most important rule and we shall do so!

Alsatian Shepalute kennel
since 1987

Contact Lois Schwarz
Phone 1- 541-830-0571

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Lifetime Kennel Name Registration only $50.00.

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Registration Over 12 months After Litter Registered

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Transfer of Ownership

Dog Registration Transfer of Ownership


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Supplemental Transfer


Litter Registration

Litter Registration

$25.00+ $2.00/puppy

Registration & Expedited Service

$60.00+ $2.00/puppy

Registration of Litter from Artificial Insemination
w/ Frozen Semen

$30.00+ $2.00/puppy

Registration of Litter with a Foreign Sire

$25.00+ $2.00/puppy

Duplicate Litter Kit

$25.00+ $2.00/puppy

Litter Correction


Penalty Fee for submitting a Litter registration
application over 6 months after the date of birth of the litter


Multi-Sire Litters

Registration of Multi-Sire Litter

$200 + fee for each litter

Registration of each Sired Litter

$25.00+ $2.00 per puppy

Other Services

Reissue an Individual Dog Application


Record Lease of Bitch Agreement


Duplicate Dog Registration Certificate


Corrected Dog Registration Certificate


Revoke Limited Registration of a Dog


Registration of an Imported Dog


Application for Open Registration of an Individual Dog


Reactivation Fee (applies to applications inactive after 1 year)


Certified Pedigree (3 generations) with Colors of Dogs


Certified Pedigree (4 generations) with Colors of Dogs


Kennel Names

Register a Kennel Name

$100 per breed per 5 year period effective 1/1/2006

Renew a Kennel Name Registration

$100 per breed
If RKN was approved prior to 7/1/2004 the renewal fee is $300

Transfer a Kennel Name


Foundation Stock Services Fees

Fees may be paid by either check or money order, payable to the National Alsatian Shepalute Club, or by credit card (American Express, Visa, MasterCard and Discover are accepted) and must accompany the appropriate form. If you need any NASC forms please contact the NASC's Order Desk. You can also download some of the forms.

Why are there classes of dogs registered with NASC?

  • NASC is a registry that promotes good breeding, good dog ownership, and encourages every dog owner to enjoy the benefits and joys of dogs.
  • To distinguish between pure bred dogs and other types of dogs NASC has set up a classification system to allow diverse types of dogs to be registered and not excluded

What are the classes of dogs registered with NASC?

  • Pure Bred's: The A Class - Multiple generations registered with NASC
    • Sire and dam on litter applications must be registered with the The National Alsatian Shepalute Registry either before or at the time the litter is registered.
  • Class f-1: Foundation stock:
    • Registration applications submitted individually, without having been registered as a part of an entire litter, whether or not sire and/or dam are registered with the NASC with documentation as to proof of breed.
    • Litter registered, one parent either sire or dam on litter application not registered with NASC.
  • Specialized Classes
  • Pet Class: Any dog that does not meet the classification and proof requirements for other classes or that is specified as a PET when sold.
  • Service Class:
    • Dogs that have met certification requirements and/or NASC tests as a service or Companion Dog.

How does a dog get classified?

  • Data from applications will be used to determine proper classification. In the event that your dog's papers were lost, never issued. If your dog was not a "recognized breed", or is an import. The following items will be accepted as proof for classification: 4 photographs of the dog, one head view and two side view's, one rear view OR documentation from a licensed veterinarian stating what your dog is OR documentation from a recognized or licensed breeder who is claiming the dog as part of one of her/his litters.