After the original Tibetan Terrier Club of Canada disbanded in 1980, some fanciers from British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba founded the Tibetan Terrier Club of Western Canada in 1985. Associate membership was open to other Canadian provinces. When more and more members from eastern Canada joined, national status was applied for and, in 1991, the new Tibetan Terrier Club of Canada received Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) accreditation.
The Club encourages and promotes quality in the breeding of Tibetan Terriers and does everything possible to bring the breed’s natural qualities to perfection. The Club conducts sanctioned and licensed events under the rules of the CKC.
If you’d like more information about how to join the Club, please visit the Membership page where you’ll find downloadable application and renewal forms.
This website also includes links to member breeders who have agreed to abide by the Tibetan Terrier Club of Canada’s Code of Ethics and make every effort to breed only dogs that conform to the CKC breed standard in order to maintain or improve the desired qualities of the Tibetan Terrier.
For more information, please contact us.