The Irish Greyhound Board encourage owners to keep or rehome retired racing Greyhounds as pets and are now undertaking a number of initiatives to promote retired greyhounds as pets including recent work with the Irish Kennel Club.
What does IKC stand for?
IKC stands for Irish Kennel Club (Dublin, Ireland)
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- Integrated Knowledge Centre (knowledge transfer collaboration)
- International Kennel Club
- International Kinesiology College (Australia)
- International Karate Connection Association
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- Integrated Knowledge and Campus Management Sdn Bhd (Malaysia)
- Iran Khodro Company
- Indoor Kart Centre Roosendaal (Netherlands)
- International Kidney Cancer Working Group
- In Kind Donation
- Incompletely Knocked Down
- Institut Kajian Dasar (Malay: Institute for Policy Studies; Malaysia)
- Integrated Kernel Debugging (computing)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Maureen Cuddy and in 1978, the Irish Kennel Club rewarded her hard work and dedication when the Red and White was separately classified and given championship status.
They advise would-be owners looking for a full breed dog to contact the Irish Kennel Club for a list of responsible breeders.
She also alerted the Kennel Club and the Irish Kennel Club to make sure any forged documents were not taken as genuine.
Droopys Grisham threw a decent Top Savings litter which featured the handy Jackies Cross, whose successes included Shelbourne's EUR3,200 Irish Kennel Club A3 in 28.
The Irish Kennel Club claim there is nobody in Ireland who has got documentation for wolf hybrids.
The Irish Kennel Club (IKC), which registers all dogs, said it will refuse to register any dog that does not have a microchip.
Earlier this year we got in touch with the Irish Kennel Club and they put us in touch with a lovely lady called Sheila Hancock who breeds Labradors.