Recently a group of concerned individuals banded together to better endorse and capture the essence of the purebred dog in all ways possible through promotion, protection and education, with a desire to fortify the status of the purebred dog across Canada. Read More

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So You Want To Buy A Purebred Puppy?

This is where it all begins. A young purebred beauty, purchased from a responsible breeder, that will give you years of enjoyment with the added bonus of thrusting you and your family into the exciting world of purebred dogs and possibly dog shows and related competitive events. Read More

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Why Have A Show Dog?

There are lots of reasons why you might like to show your dog.

  • Show off what a fabulous dog you have
    The showing process compares your dog with other dogs, which can convince other people what a fabulous dog you have. Read More
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Performance Dog Sports

We Canadians are a very competitive group on the whole. Just check out any of your local sports fields or arenas. That competitive spirit can find many outlets in the Purebred Dog World. There are any number of Performance Sports available to you as a Purebred Dog owner. Read More

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Foods That Are Dangerous For Your Dog

  1. Alcohol (Beer, Wine, Spirits) same effect on liver and brain that it has on humans with an even greater risk of illness.
  2. Avocado: Contains persin, a substance that can damage heart, lung and other tissue.
  3. Baby Food: May contain onion powder, which can be toxic to dogs. Read More
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Why Use A Dog Crate?

Is it cruel to lock my dog in a crate or cage?

Many people think this is true, as they would certainly not want to be locked in a crate (note that dog crate and dog cage are the same thing) for any length of time themselves. Read More

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