Call Names

A call name is a shortened version of your dog’s registered name. The call name space on ShowDog.com can also be used to help you manage your kennel. You can put “Needs sessions” or “Needs showing” in the space, or, if you like to use an evaluator to get a percentage for your dog, you can put that information in the call name space. Use your imagination and you can make the call name feature work for you.

Last Updated: 9/27/2005 8:33:28 PM



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