How Dogs Enter the FSR
National American Alsatian Registry considers requests to enter FSR
dog owners of an outcross f-1 (or
above) American Alsatians. Those wishing to pursue recording as FSR
Provide a written
history documenting the dogs linage
over a period of three generations. The source of the historical
information must also
including puppies and adults, as
well as both dogs and bitches.
The NAAR only considers adding to the FSR or its
registry upon request.
FSR Recording and Certificates
a dog is recorded in the Foundation Stock Registry, it
is issued a numbered American Alsatian
Registration Certificate with the letter (F) on it. This certificate
indicates that the dog is the
product of an acceptable outcross
with one parent being that of a registered American Alsatian. In some
cases, a breeder
will determine that a dog should be
recorded with "limited" status. A limited Registration Certificate
indicates that no offspring
of the dog is eligible to be
recorded in the FSR.
Dogs with two generation pedigrees,
one generation pedigrees
or names of sire and dam only, are
eligible for enrollment in FSR as the foundation stock of
Any dog that has less than a
three generation pedigree will not automatically move into full NAAR
What is next?
If your goal
is NAAR 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 (f-1 or above).