National Specialty 2015 Critique
CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL CLUB OF CANADA NATIONAL SPECIALTY Saturday, September 4, 2015 Woodstock, ON Judge: Markus Kirschbaum, Germany (Bonitos Companeros) I would like to thank the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club of Canada for in...
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Welcome to the official Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club of Canada website

Great News!  The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel has been chosen by the Animal Health Trust (UK) as one of the breeds that will have its genome mapped in 2016.

Critiques for the 2015 National Specialty are now posted in the News section!

NEW: Downloadable application forms for all Performance Awards as well as the Versatility Award can be found in the Club section.

We hope you find this site enjoyable and informative. Please visit this site often as new features are added on a regular basis.

The Cavalier is one of the most delightful, affectionate and beautiful dogs in the world. It is a pleasure to welcome you to our group of cavalier lovers, and we hope this website will become an enjoyable and consistent source of information for new people interested in our breed as well as for club members.


Upcoming Events

Have a look at our Upcoming Events calendar for all CKCSCC event information. Click here to view now!


Buyer Beware

Beware of buying puppies produced by puppy mills, "backyard breeders" and breeders offering many breeds. These businesses produce a large number of dogs so human contact is severely limited. The resulting puppies are not socialized. Puppy mills are often the source of dogs sold through pet shops. They usually do not screen for health problems and will be unable to produce health clearances for their breeding stock.

Always visit the breeder before buying the puppy. Make sure the mother is on the premises and available for you to see. Confirm the Canadian Kennel Club registration of the parents and the puppy you are about to purchase. It is against the law for a breeder to sell an unregistered dog as purebred or to offer one at a lower price without registration papers.

For more information about choosing a purebred dog, visit the Canadian Kennel Club website.

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