Licensed Breeder Programs
The Licensed Breeder In Training Program and the Licensed Breeder Program are instituted to promote ethical breeding practices and honor those individuals whom uphold the guidelines there in. 

Licensed Breeder In Training Program (LBIT):

To enter the Lacy Game Dog Registry (LGDR) Licensed Breeder program as a Licensed Breeder In Training (LBIT), you must:

  • Currently own, at least one LGDR registered female, over the age of two.
  • Sign and adhere to the Licensed Breeder Agreement, Breeder’s Code of Ethics and the Breeding Prospect Inspection Form on all breeding dogs on property.
  • Maintain an active breeder membership with the Texas Lacy Game Dog Association (TLGDA.) This is the breed club officially recognized by the Registry. It is also highly recommended you take an active part in online discussion forums, training classes, working dog competitions, and other special events and programs offered by the breed club.
  • Submit recommendations letters from two recognized Licensed Breeders within the LGDR.

* Upon receiving entry as a “Licensed Breeder In Training”, you will possess listing privileges under the “Licensed Breeder In Training” section of the LGDR website.

Licensed Breeder Program:

To achieve full Licensed Breeder Status, you must:

 

  • Own at least one registered female Lacy dog, over the age of three that have already produced a sound litter.
  • Sign and adhere to the Licensed Breeder Agreement, Breeder’s Code of Ethics and the Breeding Prospect Inspection Form on all breeding dogs on property.
  • Have maintained an active breeder membership with the Texas Lacy Game Dog Association (TLGDA) for at least 3 years in good standing. (The TLGDA is the breed club officially recognized by the LGDR.) You must also have taken, and continue to take, an active part in online discussion forums, training classes, working dog competitions, and/or other special events and programs offered by the TLGDA.
  • Have fulfilled, and will continue to fulfill, all requirements with in these guidelines and documents submitted for approval.

* Only breeders who have achieved full licensed breeder status possess listing privileges under the “Licensed Breeder” section of the LGDR website.

The LGDR, TLGDA, and buyers of Lacy pups hold Licensed Breeders and Licensed Breeders In Training to the highest standard of quality. You must represent yourself and the care of your dogs as such. (For details, see the Breeders Code of Ethics.)

Failure to uphold the Breeder Code of Ethics, Licensed Breeder Agreement, or guidelines for Licensed Breeders and Licensed Breeders In Training Programs can result in removal of individuals within the programs. These matters will be handled by the Registrar of the LGDR.

If you are interested in joining the Lacy Game Dog Registry Licensed Breeder Program or Licensed Breeder In Training Program, please contact the LGDR.

Completed forms and agreements should be sent to:

Lacy Game Dog Registry

c/o Marlo Ondrej

PO Box 999

Helotes, TX 78023.