Dogs bring light, love, and joy to the world and many people’s homes. In the United States, 38.4% of households own at least one dog. This translates to millions of families, with all those pets creating massive amounts of waste each year. While your furry friend means well, their lifestyle may be hurting the environment.Read More
Luckily, there are steps you can take as a pet owner to reduce your dog’s waste. Here are five to set you and your pup on the right path.
A canine with Limited Registration can be registered with CKC but no offspring from that dog would be eligible for registration.Read More
Today, many organizations are out to save the English Bulldog breed by adjusting stringent breed standards that reward for physical extremes (such as a flat head profile), to be less punishing and extreme. By allowing the English Bulldog to have a muzzle and less wide forequarter, the dogs are better able to tolerate heat, whelp naturally, breath better, and generally enjoy a better quality of life. No other breed is more deserving than the English Bulldog. Responsible breeders are on board with the newer style of conformation, which, ironically, is more in line with how the Bulldog originally appeared. CKC encourages all who know and love the English Bulldog to read the English Bulldog standard and strive to apply it to their dogs and breeding stockRead More