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Dog Registry (NDR) New York
24 hr hotline 1-800-637-3647 (1-800-NDR-DOGS)
is a national registry.
PH # 1-800-828-8667 (1-800-TATTOOS); PH # 1-800-828-8007
American Kennel Club (AKC)
Companion Animal Recovery (CAR)
PH # 1-800-252-7894
An AKC tattoo normally has two letters, then 6 digits and a two digit trailer, * newer ones have 8 digits.
e.g., HM 010101-01 or HM 010101/01 or HM 01010101.
(NGA) is the registry for racing greyhounds.
PH # 1-913-263-4660.
Racing greyhounds are always identified by tattoos in both ears.
United Kennel Club
PH # 1-616-343-9020
2 letters with 6 digits
National Animal ID center
PH # 1-800-647-6761
N prefix with digits
Hunting Dog ID Association
PH # 513-891-0600
"HD" prefix with a number up to 5 digits
humane Society (California based Registration)
PH # 510-797-9449
U.S. Found Maryland
PH # 1-410-557-7332
PH # 1-800-243-9147 or 1-203-327-3157.
Numbers normally begin with an "X" (then SS number)
Canadian Kennel Club (CKC)
PH # 1-416-675-5511.
Dogs bred in Canada and registered with the Canadian Kennel Club are generally tattooed in 1 ear or the flank. The tattoo is made up of three parts, the most significant part is the initial, three character letter-number sequence. This identifies the breeder. An example of a CKC number: 7MR 1 C.