The following chapters of the Policy and Procedures Manual have been updated:
Have your say and weigh in on important CKC by-law amendments for the 2016 Special Referendum.
The Breed Standards Committee has given approval to publish for comment amendments to the following breed standard:
Due to chilly temperatures and increased passenger and cargo loads expected over the holiday season, winter restrictions are in effect for the transportation of pets travelling by air.
The College of Veterinarians of British Columbia implemented a ban on the tail docking of dogs, effective November 8, 2016.
Randy Valpy, Top Dog at Pets Plus Us, talks about the importance of pet insurance and the benefits of promoting it.
It’s hard to imagine a more heart-warming sight. As Christmas morning dawns, an excited child scrambles to the tree, unwrapping a large box tied with a bow. Inside, his or her new puppy awaits. ...
We are over half-way through the Special Referendum process and fellow breeders need your vote to welcome 16 new breeds into our registry.
While many of our members have stepped up to vote, we still need 200 more votes to meet the Ministry of Agriculture’s requirement for approval for CKC breed recognition.
Thanks to a record number of votes cast by our members in November, we are pleased to report that the 25 % minimum required by the Ministry of Agriculture has been met!
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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