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Canadian Kennel Club

The Canadian Kennel Club (or CKC), founded in 1888 and chartered under the Animal Purebred Act, is one of the national kennel clubs of Canada. The Canadian Kennel Club maintains breed registries services for those purebred dogs approved for its control by the Agricultural and Agri-Food Canada and provides governance for all CKC approved dog conformation shows, dog trials and canine events.[1][2]

Canadian Kennel Club
Canadian Kennel Club Logo.jpg
AbbreviationCKC
TypeKennel club
Legal statusActive
Region served
Canada
Websitewww.ckc.ca/

BreedsEdit

GroupsEdit

The Canadian Kennel Club organises dog breeds into the following groups:

  1. Sporting dogs[3]
  2. Hounds[4]
  3. Working dogs[5]
  4. Terriers[6]
  5. Toy dogs[7]
  6. Non-sporting dogs[8]
  7. Herding dogs[9]

A–BEdit

C–GEdit

H–REdit

S–YEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ The Canadian Kennel Club, www.ckc.ca/, retrieved 23 December 2018.
  2. ^ Encyclopedia Britannica, "Dog breeds", www.britannica.com, retrieved 23 December 2018.
  3. ^ The Canadian Kennel Club, "Group 1 – Sporting dogs", www.ckc.ca/, retrieved 23 December 2018.
  4. ^ The Canadian Kennel Club, "Group 2 – Hounds", www.ckc.ca/, retrieved 23 December 2018.
  5. ^ The Canadian Kennel Club, "Group 3 – Working dogs", www.ckc.ca/, retrieved 23 December 2018.
  6. ^ The Canadian Kennel Club, "Group 4 – Terriers", www.ckc.ca/, retrieved 23 December 2018.
  7. ^ The Canadian Kennel Club, "Group 5 – Toys", www.ckc.ca/, retrieved 23 December 2018.
  8. ^ The Canadian Kennel Club, "Group 6 – Non-sporting dogs", www.ckc.ca/, retrieved 23 December 2018.
  9. ^ The Canadian Kennel Club, "Group 7 – Herding dogs", www.ckc.ca/, retrieved 23 December 2018.

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