National American Eskimo Dog Association of Canada (NAEDAC),
on February 1, 1998. NAEDAC is the Canadian National Club recognized by the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC)
and may further its affiliation with organizations devoted to the aims and objectives of
The objective of the NAEDAC is the encouragement and
development of purebred dogs as follows:
To promote and encourage the breeding of a better and finer pure-bred
American Eskimo Dog.
Educate and make known to the public the high standards of excellence and
the benefits of pure-bred dogs.
Provide rescue service.
Hold seminars to educate and to ensure responsible ownership.
To encourage friendly sportsmanship in the showing and training of dogs.
The AED was officially recognized by the CKC
January 2006 and has now fulfilled its requirements to hold events.
Area of Operation:
The NAEDAC is a National club and its area of operation is the entire
Membership is offered to persons, regardless of race, colour, creed,
gender, sexual orientation, handicap, or [citizenship], upon submission of a completed
membership application and the submission of payment for the required amount of dues.
A new member is approved by one executive and one other member.
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visitor since we moved to Topcities in April 2002.
This page was updated on January 18, 2005.
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