The Canadian Kennel Club is delighted to add another seminar to its schedule to be held in historic Quebec City on October 17th 2015.
Effective January 1, 2016, any judge that is issued a new permit will be required to judge the following number of dogs in order to complete the permit requirements:
Club members, staff and leadership are demanding improvements to the way we conduct business and it's time to update our technology and business processes!
We are pleased to present the new CKC By-laws booklet!
The 2015 September Board Meeting Synopsis is now available for review via the CKC member website.
If you are in the area and in the mood for a unique celebration of all things dog—then treat yourself and your dog to a canine extravaganza at Woofstock—the largest outdoor dog festival for dogs in...
The Canadian Kennel Club congratulates The Schipperke Club of Canada on its 50th anniversary.
The following clubs have applied for CKC recognition and have complied with the requirements as set out in policy.
Club Guides Canins de Saint Lazare
Durham Region Canine Athletes
The Board of Directors of the Canadian Kennel Club encourages active participation from the general membership of the Club and requests submissions from interested parties for the Club Recognition ...
n July 2014, mixed breed and unrecognized breed dogs became eligible to compete in CKC Obedience Trials, Rally Obedience Trials and Agility Trials with a Canine Companion Number (CCN).
The Canadian Kennel Club is a national, member-based non-profit organization, incorporated under the Animal Pedigree Act of Canada. It provides registry services for all purebred dogs it officially recognizes. Provides governance for all CKC approved dog shows, dog trials and canine events. Finally, the CKC is a communication organization informing all people interested in dogs.
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