So it's still an "open" registry then? As an example, my friend in Colorado has a JRT bitch (and I mean bitch, she's a little twerp! lol) she is registered...but if she wasn't could she be registered with the JRTCC (assuming he was a Canadian resident and she is within standard?) I'm not sure I understood that part of it? I'm still not sure I understand all of it, a good example would be this. My grandparents breed horses, we've had a lot of buyers from Canada who are now breeders. The horses have pedigrees that go all the way back to the 1930's in some cases, but it's not a recognized breed by the APA. So they are selling colts in Canada with their registration papers, as purebred because they are...is what they are doing wrong/illegal? Not trying to hijack my own thread with horsey stuff, but since it's been said that it was intended for livestock I thought I'd ask.