Find Your Perfect Puppy With The Canadian Kennel Club
In today’s info-centric society, new dog owners can find themselves on a fact-finding mission when it comes to proper breeding, regulation and canine-event info. It’s not exactly as simple as checking the weather on a smartphone.
For new and long-time dog owners alike, the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) is your primary source for information about purebred dogs, dog show locations, trial and event information. Since 1888 the CKC has been Canada’s leading authority on purebred dogs, embarking on a landmark of 20,000 members welcoming purebred dogs of all shapes and sizes.
If you are looking to find a new purebred pup, be sure to check out the Puppy List — the CKC’s comprehensive search tool that allows you to find your ideal companion by identifying key qualities for each of our 175 breeds. Once a puppy that best suits your needs and lifestyle is selected, connect with local CKC-member breeders to get started. Each puppy comes with a CKC Certificate of Registration.
To ensure high standards, the CKC adheres to the federal Animal Pedigree Act, and its members agree to the CKC Code of Ethics and Code of Practice for CKC Member Breeders.
The CKC is deeply involved in many areas of canine concern including responsible dog ownership, breed legislation and dangerous dog legislation, as well as promoting the proper health, welfare and safety of all dogs.
Visit CKC.ca to become a member, search the Puppy List, find out how your dog can obtain Canine Good Neighbour certification or get info on the nearly 3,000 dog shows and events governed by the CKC.