|– $50 single
– $75 dual
Questions about QT Number and Service Membership? Here are a few of our FAQ:
Question: What is the difference between a Full Membership and a Service membership?
Answer: Service membership is a basic type of membership. It does not come with voting privileges or the Aussie Times, and you must pay full price for our registry services. We recommend Service membership for anyone who will rarely use our registry services. If you are registering your dog with a tracking number to compete in ASCA trials, for instance, this is a good option for you.
Full members receive extra benefits such as voting privileges (Board members are voted on once per year), 50% off the cost of any registration service (dog and litter registrations, transfers, leases, etc.), and will receive the Aussie Times magazine for the full term of their membership, which is 1 year. There are several different types of Full memberships. Single, Dual, Single Lifetime, Dual Lifetime, and Junior Memberships are all varieties of Full membership. We recommend that if you will be using our registry services on a regular basis, to choose the Full membership, which will save in registry costs in the long run.
Question: I would like to compete in the ASCA trialing program, but my dog is not an Aussie. How can I compete in ASCA trials?
Answer: You do not need a QT number in order to compete in Agility, Stock or UAD events unless you want to earn ASCA titles. You will need a QT number to enter an Obedience Trial, Rally Trial, Tracking Test or ASCA Sanctioned Dock Jumping. Your dog does not have to be a purebred to receive a QT number from ASCA.
Question: I am applying for a QT number to compete in the ASCA trialing program. If I have been competing in Agility with NADAC, and I am in a higher class, do I have to start over in Novice with ASCA?
Answer: No. When you send in a QT number application, you may list any points you have previously earned, and if we can account for those trials, we may credit them to your ASCA record. A NADAC point history for your dog is the easiest way to go about doing this. (We only credit points for those trials which were dual-sanctioned.)
Question: How much does it cost to obtain a QT number?
Answer: First of all, you must be some type of member to obtain a QT number, the minimum requirement type being “Service”. The cost for Service membership is $10 per person, and expires after one year. (This is a one-time fee. You do not have to pay this fee per dog.) ASCA membership does not need to be maintained in subsequent years, unless you are going to register another dog after your membership has expired. Then, you must pay a tracking fee of $10 per dog. The total cost to receive a QT number for one dog is $20, for two is $30, for three is $40, etc