The word kennel has several meanings in relation to
- The small shed in which a dog is kept; a
- A collection of buildings or a property in which many dogs are housed,
maintained, and bred, often used in the plural "the kennels".
- A breeding kennel, a
establishment for the propagation of
whether or not the animals are actually housed in a separate shed, the
garage, a state-of the-art facility, or the family dwelling.
- A boarding kennel, in which dogs are housed temporarily for a
In a breeding kennel, there is always a Kennel Name or Kennel
Prefix, which forms the first part of a pedigreed dog's
registered name. Breeding kennels are heavily regulated and must follow
rules laid down by the
breed club, the
kennel council, and the local or state legislation.
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