Canadian Kennel Club (C.K.C.) is the primary registry body for purebred dog pedigrees in Canada. Their job is to maintain the pedigree registry, and to promotes events such as conformation shows and obedience trials for purebred dogs and confers championship and other titles in conformation, obedience and similar competitions. Founded in 1888. They have currently 174 dog breeds. The parent of the dog must be registered with the C.K.C. of the same breed, and the litter in which the dog is born must be registered with the C.K.C.
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