We must remember that at one time all of todays recognized/established breeds in other registries were once a breeders vision...
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About the Designer Breed Registry
The  Registry was established in central New Jersey in 1979 by a small group of dedicated breeders who had an interest in exploring the
possibilities of creating new and exciting breeds of dogs. Many of that small group had several breeds and saw the potential of combining the
breeds and creating  magnificent working dogs, talented herding dogs, vigorous retrievers and smaller non shedding companions. The breeding
efforts attracted more breeders with other breeds who had similar interests. With ethical guidelines for breeding in place, reliable breeding records
were collected and saved. The next important step was to name the registry and in 1979 The Dog Federation was officially born to those under 20
individuals who were pioneers into what would become the greatest dog digression in many years from the
"acceptable establishment breeder
With many more breeders showing interest in developing new breeds The Dog Federation went public in 2007 and took the name of
Designer Breed Registry. Competition in all venues began  but in a very different way,by video, dogs were being judged by three licensed  judges
who rate the dogs not against one another but on the dogs' own merit in conformation and obedience, this was a totally new process but very
promising in that it was fair and unbiased.

Code of Ethics
Designer Breed Registry is dedicated to the breeder/owner and promotes the dog fancy and its constant evolution. The DBR also promotes
each individuals right to create new and exciting breeds as well as maintaining the highest standards in todays recognized and "established"
breeds. The Designer Breed Registry believes that fair dog legislation is for the benefit of all dogs but  should respect the breeder/owner
rights . The DBR promotes ethical practices in breeders and acknowledges that health testing the parents does not guarantee genetically
sound progeny. The Designer Breed Registry is adamant in it's stand against cruelty to any animal in any form.

Mission Statement
The Designer Breed  Registry is:
The  foundation  which will carry the Designer Dog Breeds into the future and provide,a valuable history of the past. The Designer
Breed registry is a registry that  is a stepping stone  to dog  knowledge.
It is the Designer Breed Registry's  mission:
* To maintain a registry for the designer dog and maintain the integrity of that registry.
* Provide educational dog information.
*Create  a breeder/owner friendly atmosphere within our registry and our  future shows.
* Encourage all dog owners of all breeds and unknown origin to have a safe environment for their dog.
* Promote responsible ownership.
* Promote canine health and well being
*Provide the dog world with dog information and dog news.
* Provide dog registrations for designer dogs as well as purebred dogs and dogs of unknown origin  and encourage breeders and
owners to further their dogs education  and ultimately gain titles offered by the Designer Breed Registry


Designer Breed Registry (here after known as DBR)  is a registry service providing registration papers which  
identifies the dog as the  breed offspring of a sire and dam, the gender, date of birth. as stated by the
breeder/seller on their application for registration or litter registration for purposes of registration with the DBR.
Any claim or disagreement that arises as far as breed or parentage from that application or registration the DBR is not responsible nor shall the DBR
be held responsible by either breeder, seller or owner.
The DBR is not responsible for breed information or guarantees given by breeder/sellers  as far as health or quality and or ancestry of the dog.  
The DBR is not affiliated with and does not license or endorse any breeders, brokers or pet dealers who may sell dogs that are registered or can be
registered with DBR including those listed on this site, the  DBR has no control over their business
practices and is not liable for the any dealings between any breeders, brokers, or pet dealers and their purchasers.
                  DESIGNER BREED REGISTRY            
The DBR has been highly acclaimed as a
worldwide credible dog registry that
promotes education, dog training, and
responsible ownership for all dog  owners,
while encouraging the wonderful experience
of owning a dog. International and American
dog breeders can now look forward to not
only a registry for designer dogs but an
opportunity to have a part in creating a
credible data base for their breeding through

registering their dogs and litters,  in writing
the Breed Standard, title their designer dog,
purebred dogs and dogs of unknown origin.
Dogs of unknown origin are welcome and
can be registered through the Designer Breed
Registry and have the opportunity of
Obedience Titles   

The concept of creating a new breed or
improve on an established breed has always
been part of the Dog/Human relationship and
will continue ad infinitum as it should.
Courageous and creative individuals take on
the task of being visionaries in this difficult
yet process of developing or helping to
develop the concept of a new breed.
Breeders who are in process of developing a
breed can contact the registry for foundation
breeder status and be a integral part of
naming their newly created designer breed
and have the opportunity to draw a standard
for the breed in the future.
Registration is very important to the creators
of these new and exciting breeds, registration
of the designer dog and its progeny begins the
all important data base for the breeder to build
upon and refer to for pedigree within their
breeding program as well as integrating
similar breeding into their own breeding

Designer dog breeders, who breed  designer
dogs and have designer puppies for sale, such
as  labradoodle, cockapoo, yorkipoo,
maltipoo,etc.(see the list of breeds
recognized) can register with Designer Breed