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If a show doesn't include the Group you need to enter your petz into (Toy and Terrier are rarely held) then you enter your petz into the Open Group. All Misc. breeds are entered into the Open Group.

There are stars next to the dogz breeds.
A * indicates that the breed is accepted by AKC and UKC (and perhaps CKC) and was originally in that Group.
A * indicates that the breed is accepted by the UKC only and was added to the Group.
A * indicates that the breed is accepted by CKC only and was added to the Group.

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Catz breeds that do not exist in real life, but were invented by PFMagic.

No new hexed Domestic breeds are allowed (hexed variations may be allowed). The Domestic group was set up to remove non-real life 'breeds' out of competition with real life breeds.


Catz breeds that exist in real life.



  • Abyssinian
  • American Curl
  • American Wirehair
  • American and British Shorthairs
  • Asian Cats
  • Bengal
  • Bombay
  • Burmese
  • Burmilla
  • Egyptian Mau
  • Japanese Bobtail
  • Korat
  • Manx
  • Ocicat
  • Oriental Shorthair
  • Rex
  • Russian Blue (PFMagic)
  • Scottish Fold
  • Siamese (PFMagic)
  • Singapura
  • Snowshoe
  • Sphynx
  • Tonkinese


Dogz breeds developed to herd livestock.


Dogz breeds developed for their keen sense of sight and smell to hunt.


UKC dogz breeds that do not seem to have a comparable AKC group, and AKC breeds that do not have a specific group.


Dogz breeds developed for a variety of tasks.


Dogz breeds developed to find game and to retrieve it once it is dead. Includes pointing breeds, game flushers, setters and retrievers.


Dogz breeds developed to hunt vermin in the vermins own burrows.


Dogz bred to be pets and lapdogs for companionship.


Dogz bred to guard and work.