According to AKC, Russian Toy dogs will not be accepted into Miscellaneous until they are no longer in provisional status with FCI. In 2012 I contacted FCI asking about the provisional status of our breed, below is our correspondence:
De : email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Envoyé : vendredi 2 mars 2012 1:35
À : Marie-France
Objet : Russkiy Toy
I would like to know about Russkiy Toys. I live in America. AKC will not accept Russkiy Toys for showing until they are no longer in FCI Provisional status but in regular FCI status. Can you tell me:
1) When will Russky Toys be moved out of provisional into normal status? (They have been in FCI Provisional since 2006)
2) What can Russkiy Toy owners do to speed up this process?
Liz Moore, email@example.com
Date: Fri, 2 Mar 2012 08:40:43 +0100
Subject: Russkiy Toy
We have duly received your mail and thank you.
We inform you that the Russkiy Toy has been provisionally recognized on 21/02/2006.
After a minimum of 5 generations and at the soonest 10 years after the provisional recognition, the applying country can submit a request for the definitive recognition of the breed.
After a new joint examination by the commissions (Scientific and Standards), the provisional breed standard can be amended and the proposal for the definitive recognition of the new breed can be submitted to the approval of the General Assembly.
If after 10-15 years have elapsed, no proposal for a definitive recognition is put forward, the breed will disappear from the FCI list.