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A206 Hillcrest Condominium, E. Rodriguez Sr. Blvd., cor. Hillcrest St., Cubao, Quezon City
  • I still haven’t transferred the dog in our name and I was even more apprehensive as they think I was an irresponsible owner but in reality, my graveyard shift from my call center prevented me from doing anything normal as I was like a zombie during the daytime and was asleep , so I couldn’t really do anything else unless it was a Saturday, and little did I know PCCI was open on odd-dated Saturdays, which was good for me
  • The PCCI office is only a small office located on a low condominium and I thought they would be jam-packed, but I went when they were about 1 hour from closing time and when I got there, there was only 1 people in the entire office and I was immediately called by the other receptionist who handled my cases quickly and courteously
  • I also asked the lady how much would puppies cost for registration as my dog recently gave birth, and they were about $6+ each puppy, it was neither cheap nor expensive, and for that I also had to register a Kennel Name which was also about $6+ and already good for 5 years, there’s a lifetime Kennel Name application but you would have to be registered and of good standing for the first 5 years first and it’s actually expensive, about $70+, but I am still planning on lifetime registration after our 5 years is up so there will be no renewal and less hassle
  • I thought PCCI was very strict and stern when it comes to their staff but they were actually very professional and nice, and they helped explain to me that I would be needing to fill out these forms when my puppies were born and so on and so forth, and I truly liked the experience and would not apply on any other canine clubs here, just with PCCI

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      It was my first time to have my dogs registered and I was quite nervous as we were due for late registrations on 2 of our dogs which were already 1 years old and the other 10 months, we were supposed to have them registered before 8 months and I was already racking up the penalty fees in my brain thinking I was going to pay a lot; I still haven’t transferred the dog in our name and I was even more apprehensive as they think I was an irresponsible owner but in reality, my graveyard shift from my call center prevented me from doing anything normal as I was like a zombie during the daytime and was asleep , so I couldn’t really do anything else unless it was a Saturday, and little did I know PCCI was open on odd-dated Saturdays, which was good for me!

      The Philippine Canine Club Incorporated is the most prestigious association in the Philippines for pets, registrations are done here and they hold weekly and monthly shows


      for breeds for all sizes and ages. I was expecting to pay a lot since it was my first time for a transfer ownership and I wanted to become a member since we had a couple dogs, and pedigree papers are important, so I saved about $60 for the 2 dogs and hoped it would suffice.

      Turns out it was cheaper than I expected! I only paid about $45 for both dogs all in all and that included transfer of ownerships and application for being a member and the late penalty fees , it was cheaper than I had imagined and the process for application was faster too!

      The PCCI office is only a small office located on a low condominium and I thought they would be jam-packed, but I went when they were about 1 hour from closing time and when I got there, there was only 1 people in the entire office and I was immediately called by the other receptionist who handled my cases quickly and courteously.

      The receptionist informed ...


      • me I would get my dog’s papers 1 week from now and I could have it delivered or picked up, and since the PCCI office was only about 10 minutes away from our home, I had my driver pick up our dog’s papers but with a simple authorization letter and a valid identification card.

        The only thing that bummed me was that my membership card would still take another 2 full weeks and I thought it was a slow process that need not be; I only submitted one 1X1 I.

        D.

        picture and that was it, the only thing I would wait for now is my membership card, but aside from that, the whole process was so smooth and fast and I was just relieved too that I didn’t get any large penalties for late registrations, as a matter of fact, the other guest was also a year late registering his dog as I overheard him explain to the receptionist (which was unnecessary) as they won’t really question the late application and registrations and they

        are very courteous and conversational.

        I also asked the lady how much would puppies cost for registration as my dog recently gave birth, and they were about $6+ each puppy, it was neither cheap nor expensive, and for that I also had to register a Kennel Name which was also about $6+ and already good for 5 years, there’s a lifetime Kennel Name application but you would have to be registered and of good standing for the first 5 years first and it’s actually expensive, about $70+, but I am still planning on lifetime registration after our 5 years is up so there will be no renewal and less hassle.

        I thought PCCI was very strict and stern when it comes to their staff but they were actually very professional and nice, and they helped explain to me that I would be needing to fill out these forms when my puppies were born and so on and so forth, and I truly liked the experience and would not apply on any other canine clubs here, just with PCCI.




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    yhamie says :

    hi there. i was planning to go to pcci this monday.can you please tell me how to go there,im from south (alabang)..thanks

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    Potato says :

    Hi there

    This is the official directions that PCCI put out for the public.
    “Through EDSA, take a norhtbound bus to Monumento/Fairview and get down at Cubao Ibabaw/Farmers Araneta Center. Go to the West-side of the EDSA-Aurora Intersection and take one of the Welcome-Rotonda bound jeepneys. Get off at Jubilee Christian Academy (tall blue building) and cross to the other side where the Hillcrest Condominium is located.”

    PCCI is on the second floor of the Hillcrest condominium, but there is a guard on the first floor of the building. Feel free to ask them which unit is PCCI. Also I would recommend that you commute on your way, as it’s easier than bringing your car and going around in circles asking people where to go. Good luck

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