2. All applications submitted for registration with the International Olde English Bulldogge Association should be made on the most recent version of an original IOEBA application.
It is the responsibility of each dog owner / breeder who represents dogs / puppies as eligible for IOEBA registration or being IOEBA registered to insure that each IOEBA Single Registration Application, Temporary Puppy Certificate or Registration Certificate is fully completed and given to the new owner at the time the dog / puppy is sold or ownership transferred.
All applications must be sent to the International Olde English Bulldogge Association Registration Office at: P.O. Box 440, Mansfield, Missouri 65704.
3. The IOEBA Single Registration Application must be used to register dogs whose parents are not registered with International Olde English Bulldogge Association.
The dog owner must complete the application and will need to
provide a copy of registration papers from another kennel
club, or at least two generations of pedigree information
(approved by IOEBA) as proof of his/her dog being purebred.
Single Registration Applications must be complete with proper documentation, signatures and correct applicable fees for processing by the IOEBA Registration Office.
Dog must be at least 6 months of age to complete a Single Registration.
The application must be accompanied by at least 3 photos (one
left, one right, & one head shot).
4. Any breeder or owner of any dog (s) representing puppies as eligible for or registered with the International Olde English Bulldogge Association must have the sire and the dam / parent dogs of the puppies registered with the IOEBA prior to representing the puppies as eligible for registration with the IOEBA.
5. When representing a puppy as being IOEBA registered, the owner / breeder must provide the new owner with a current, completed & signed IOEBA "Temporary Puppy" certificate, which will include the parents' IOEBA registered names and their IOEBA registration numbers as well as the sex, date of birth and color the the puppy.
6. The IOEBA accepts registration applications and issues certificates based on the honor and integrity of the owner / breeder applicants, and the IOEBA accepts no responsibility for any inaccurate, false, or fraudulent information submitted on registration applications. Applicants found to be intentionally submitting false information or violating any IOEBA rules, guidelines, policies, and or procedures could face penalties up to and including suspension or cancellation of all registration privileges.
A. The IOEBA reserves the right to refuse registration to any person or to revoke or suspend the registration privileges of any member who is convicted of a crime of cruelty to animals in any state, province, or country.
B. The IOEBA reserves the right to refuse registration to any person or to revoke or suspend the registration privileges of any member who acts in a manner that the IOEBA deems unethical, fraudulent, unscrupulous, untruthful, detrimental or damaging to the IOEBA.
C. The IOEBA reserves the right to investigate any member to insure compliance with IOEBA registration rules, guidelines, policies, and procedures. Anyone determined to be at fault of violating any of the IOEBA's registration rules, guidelines, policies, and procedures are responsible for all fees incurred by the IOEBA investigation, including, but not limited to: DNA parentage testing and any other tests conducted in the IOEBA's investigation.
D. The IOEBA reserves the right to refuse future registration to any person or to revoke or suspend the registration privileges of any member who refuses to cooperate with or hinders in any way a IOEBA investigation or refuses to reimburse IOEBA investigation fees as described in rule.
7. All IOEBA registration applicants and IOEBA registration certificate holders acknowledge that all photos, IOEBA registration applications (submitted) are the property of the IOEBA.
Furthermore, it is the responsibility of each dog owner / breeder to notify the IOEBA of any changes in a dogís registration status such as its death or change in ownership.
8. In any case of questionable parentage of a IOEBA -registered dog (s) or dog (s) submitted for IOEBA registration, the International Olde English Bulldogge Association will recognize and act upon the results of DNA testing to determine the parentage of the dog (s) in question.
The DNA testing shall be conducted at a IOEBA recognized & approved DNA testing facility, according to current IOEBA procedures as set forth by the IOEBA, and at the expense of the party contesting or challenging the parentage of the dog (s).
Any breeder or owner of any dog (s), listed on a IOEBA registration application, who has the parentage of the IOEBA registered dog (s) challenged, shall agree to submit the dog (s) in question to DNA testing according to IOEBA guidelines and policies at the challengerís expense, and agrees to abide by said DNA testing results.
9. All purebred dogs registered with the International Olde English Bulldogge Association must be of proper breed type (phenotype) and fit the described IOEBA breed standard.
In cases where the phenotype of an applicant dog is in question a review board of IOEBA registration staff along with a licensed Veterinarian (if needed) will determine if the dog in question will be eligible for IOEBA registration.
Any breeder or owner of any dog (s) registered with the IOEBA who has the phenotype standard of his IOEBA registered dog (s) challenged as being not of proper breed type, shall agree to submit DNA, additional photos & video of the dog (s) in question to the IOEBA review board as needed according to IOEBA guidelines at the challengerís expense.
All members of the IOEBA and registration applicants agree to abide by the IOEBA registration review board's findings and final decision.
10. International Olde English Bulldogge Association registration may be revoked by the IOEBA on any dog where it has been determined by the IOEBA that any of the following has occurred:
A. DNA tests demonstrate the dog in question to be of different parentage than as represented on the dogís application;
B. It has been determined by the IOEBA Registration Review Board that the dog in question is not of the proper phenotype or not of proper breed type;
C. False information concerning any dog submitted to the IOEBA on a registration application;
D. The IOEBA requests DNA or phenotype Registration Review Board testing and the owner refuses to cooperate as required or as requested by the IOEBA.