What is pedigree?

  • (noun): Ancestry of a purebred animal.
    Synonyms: bloodline
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on pedigree:

Studbook Selection - Studbook Inspection
... Typically there are prerequisites in terms of pedigree and height, which vary depending on the registry ... Pedigree requirements also vary, and many studbooks expect to see only stallion sons of Main Mare Book mares ... stock have at least 4 generations of approved sport horse pedigree ...
Mpedigree - Methodology
... who sign on to the mPedigree scheme upload pedigree information of each pack of medicine into the central registry using standard mass serialisation methods such as those employed in the RFID-enabled e-pedigree ... buy a product made by a manufacturer participating in the scheme, they are able to query the pedigree information stored in the registry by means of a free SMS message ...
Pedigree - Other Uses
... Pedigree Petfoods, a company that manufactures pet food Marston's Pedigree, an English ale The Pedigree, a professional wrestling technique ...
Sir Slick - Pedigree
... Pedigree of Sir Slick (NZ) Sire Volksraad (GB) 1988 Green Desert Danzig Northern Dancer Pas De Nom Foreign Courier Sir Ivor Courtly dee Celtic Assembly ...
Pedigree Dogs Exposed
... Pedigree Dogs Exposed was a BBC One investigative documentary, produced by Jemima Harrison, which looked into health and welfare issues facing pedigree dogs in ... The Kennel Club (KC), the governing body of pedigree dogs in the UK that runs the prestigious dog conformation show Crufts, was criticized for allowing breed standards, judging standards ... are detrimental to the welfare of pedigree dogs and made various recommendations that can be taken by the Kennel Club and breeders to improve pedigree dog health ...

More definitions of "pedigree":

  • (noun): Line of descent of a pure-bred animal.

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