longevity in the breed. All are welcome here, however, please respect that you come to this board with your own views and opinions as do others. So do be courteous and mindful of your comments and feedback and whilst constructive criticism is welcome, publically bashing or slanderous comments are not acceptable.... Enjoy your Boerboels and share your enjoyment here with The British Boerboel Association membersBreeders belonging to the British Boerboel Association subscribe to the Boerboel Australia’s Inc Breeders Code of Ethics to support and promote high standards among breeders and owners in the quest for the preservation, advancement and improvement of the Boerboel breed.
Our duty of care as Registered Breeders with BAI is as follows:
1.we must register all our pups with BAI
2.all dogs appraised by BAI approved standards
3. to guarantee genetic health of pups. Replace or refund on vet advice and the dog
returned to the breeder. Breeder reserves the right to ascertain a second opinion
4.to pay all fees in a timely manner to BAI
5.to comply with all requirement from BAI to remain registered
6. we will make provision for first time owners to become members of BAI
7. we will endeavour to undertake all the necessary health tests.
8.all breeding dogs are to be registered in accordance with the requirements of BAI
9.Full health certification and/or records must be kept of all breeding dogs at all
times. Breeders must keep accurate records of breeding dogs. Such records
include birth notifications, microchipping, birth certificates, registration certificates,
service contracts, breeding records, vaccinations and health certificates or reports
10.each breeding will be planned with the objective of improving the standard of the
specific bloodline and overall improvement of the breed.
11.Breeders must thoughtfully select the appropriate stud dog and brood bitch with the
emphasis being on improved conformation , temperament and overall health while
at all times conforming to the BAI breed standard and the principles of genetics
Registered Breeders to ensure:
1.at all times such dogs are properly housed, watered, exercised and will receive
Veterinary attention from a qualified person, as and when required.
2.adequate shelter for any dog/s kept outside the house or premises.
3. the exercise area for such dogs be of sufficient size for the movement of such
dog/s and to have the exercise area/s fenced or walled so as to restrict the
movement of such dog/s to their property and that the exercise area is kept clean.
4.not permit such dogs to roam at large, keep their dogs on a lead, and under
effective control, in all Public spaces, except those specially designated.
5. the Breeder will provide the buyer of each puppy an official BAI birth notice and
vaccination card and microchip number at point of purchase as a minimum.
Breeders to meet the following legal requirements:
1. dogs will not be involved directly or indirectly in or used for any illegal activity.
2.breeding dogs will bear absolute identification in the form of microchips.
3.bring to the attention of the appropriate authority cases of alleged fraud, dishonesty,
cruelty or neglect and not commit such offences themselves
4.ensure that when selling or transferring a dog that the necessary signed document/s
be provided to the purchaser or transferee
5.ensure that all persons acquiring dogs from them clearly understand their responsibilities for the care and welfare of such dogs and they, the new owners, have the time and facilities to undertake their obligations as laid down in this Code of Ethics
6.not knowingly misrepresent the characteristics of the breed, nor falsely advertise or mislead any person regarding the performance and/or quality or health of any dog
*****Any registered Breeder who fails to comply with any of the provisions of the Code of Ethics will result in Disciplinary actions be taken against them. BAI board members reserve the right to revoke breeder’s membership.