WELCOME TO THE
Canadian Association of Parson Russell Terrier Fanciers
Association canadienne des Amateurs de Parson Russell Terrier
Home of the CKC National Breed Club for the Parson Russell Terrier
Feel free to browse our website and ask any questions you may have.
New members are always welcome, feel free to fill out our membership form.
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Registering for shows in Canada
If you are living elsewhere and would like to take part in Canadian Kennel Club Events, you must have your dogs micro-chipped with a ISO Microchip recognized by the Canadian Kennel Club (Avid chips are not accepted) or Tattooed. You will be required to submit copies of your Kennel Club registration forms and a copy of a minimum 3 generation pedigree certified by your kennel club.
Keep in mind the breed is Miscellaneous and Non-Member fees are more. Just a suggestion, if registering more than 1 dog, it is cheaper to become a member of the Canadian Kennel Club first. You can visit the Canadian Kennel Club website by clicking on the below link for more information.
You can visit the Canadian Kennel Club website by clicking on the below link for more information.