Section 1 Name:

The registered name of the club shall be: The Chinese Shar-Pei Club of Canada (CSPCC). This club will serve as the parent breed club for all provincial, regional and local Chinese Shar- Pei clubs

Section 2 Goal:

The CSPCC has been formed to serve people interested in Chinese Shar-Pei in Canada with the following goals:

(a) To encourage and promote the breeding of healthy, purebred Chinese Shar-Pei according to the current recognized standard of the CKC and the CSPCC.

(b) To encourage the organization of independent, local Chinese Shar-Pei specialty clubs in those areas where there is sufficient fanciers of the breed to meet the requirements of the CKC.

(c) To conduct CKC sanctioned matches and specialty shows under the rules of the CKC and encourage sportsmanlike behavior at these shows.

(d) To hold an annual National Specialty show each year to select the National Best of Breed winner.

(e) To encourage Canadian breeders to attend CKC sanctioned Chinese Shar-Pei specialty shows in order to increase their knowledge of the breed.

(f) To encourage members to be active in the CSPCC and the CKC.

Section 3 Club Ethics:

The club shall not be conducted or operated for profit.

No part of any profit or remainder or residue from dues or donations to the club shall benefit any one member.

The Club will welcome all applicants who meet the membership requirements and not let individual differences interfere with the goals of the Club.

Section 4 Members’ responsibilities:

To act in general for the welfare of the Chinese Shar-Pei.

To be a responsible owner.

To have a general knowledge of the Breed Standard.

To act at all times as an ambassador for our club and our breed.

Section 5 Breeders’ responsibilities:

To agree to improve your breeding stock.

To agree to not breed any dogs found with Dysphasia.

To provide CKC registration papers for all dogs sold and list as non-breeding any dogs with disqualifying faults according to the current Breed Standard, or with congenital health problems.

To clearly lay out any contractual responsibilities on paper.

To ensure that the dog sold is suitable for the purchaser and vice versa.

To show the purchaser the dam and sire of any puppy if possible.

To offer follow up support and maintain contact with the

To tattoo or microchip all dogs in accordance with CKC