MFCA Forms

MFCA Forms

 

MFCA members, please download the latest version

of Registry Forms from the table below.

 

 

 

FOUNDATION PUP APPLICATION

 

 

FOUNDATION ADULT APPLICATION

 

   SERVICE CERTIFICATE       


 

 

LITTER RECORDING APPLICATION

 

TRANSFER  OF OWNERSHIP  FORM

 

NOTIFICATION OF 

DE-SEXING

                                                        

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ADULT REGISTRATION APPLICATION

 

 

LEASE AGREEMENT

 

 

NOTIFICATION OF DEATH

 

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Want to join the Mini Foxie Club?

The Mini Foxie Club warmly welcomes new members - membership is not restricted to dog breeders, pet owners can be members too.

If you are an owner of a MFT and you would like to breed pups and have their pedigrees registered with the MFCA, you can apply for MFCA Membership and for a Kennel Prefix.

Click on "Contact Us" to send an email request for application forms.

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Please also read the guidelines on the link below, first written in 2005 and still relevant today.  

Guidelines when Applying to the MFCA revised 2018

 

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STATUTORY DECLARATIONS

Statutory Declarations are sometimes required for registry transactions. If you are required to submit a Statutory Declaration, please be aware that each State and Territory in Australia uses a slightly different document.

Below are links to government departments in each state and territory - you can download Stat Dec forms from these sites, if required.

 

--- QUEENSLAND TASMANIA
  VICTORIA SOUTH AUSTRALIA
  A C T N S W
  NORTHERN TERRITORY WESTERN AUSTRALIA
     

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Please be advised that the pedigree details of an MFCA registered dog or pup cannot legally be transferred to any other organisation, breed club or national breed council.

The information on MFCA registration certificates is, and remains, the intellectual property of the Mini Foxie Club of Australia Inc.

Copyright information is clearly shown on all MFCA certificates and Australian Copyright Law applies.

While it has been stated on an internet site that it is possible for you to register Mini Fox Terriers as another breed, this is not the case for MFCA registered dogs and pups and anyone so involved would be acting illegally.

If you have been given such information, please seek legal advice before proceeding as you could be implicated in a situation which involves theft of pedigree and breach of copyright.

 

 

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