The National Tenterfield Terrier Council manages a Development Register that allows for dogs to build up their pedigrees to the required five generations so they can be registered with the Australian National Kennel Club (ANKC). If you have a dog that appears to be very similar to a Tenterfield Terrier you can apply to have it accepted as a First Generation Tenterfield Terrier. The NTTC has an acceptance process for these dogs to undergo which involves some of the forms below. Consequent litters are placed on the Development Register until there are sufficient generations behind the dog so it can be officially registered with the ANKC. Five generations are required - four pedigree lines plus the dog you are registering. Once this has been done the dog can enter conformation shows and agility competitions.
Please visit http://www.tenterfieldterrieraust.com/NTTC-Forms.php for further information.