Ontario Dog Clubs & Associations
Please Note: Breed specific clubs are listed under the Individual Breed sections of this website.
- ABI Dog Shows
- Argus Kennel Club
- Barrie Kennel & Obedience Club — The BKOC is a CKC club serving all of Simcoe County. The club offers show handling classes and hosts a 3 day conformation show and agility trial.
Contact: Elizabeth Numbers, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Battleborn Hundesport — Battleborn Hundesport is dedicated to the working dog and to the sport of Schutzhund (soon to be known as IPO). Our club is made up of a dedicated team of dog handlers who set goals to train, compete and succeed in the sport Schutzhund.
- Belleville and District Kennel Club — Well known among area dog enthusiasts and within the community at large, the organization hosts an ambitious array of events and projects each year.
- Bytown Dog Obedience Club
- Caledon Kennel Association — An All-Breed dog club operating as a non-profit organization since 1974 under the auspices of the Canadian Kennel Club.
- Canadian Working Dog Foundation (CWDF)
- Capital City Schutzhund Club — Located in the Greater Toronto Area in Ontario, Canada. A training club dedicated to the German Shepherd Dog but all breeds are accepted.
- Champlain Dog Club — Comprised of dog owners with varying levels of experience from Renfrew to Deep River. Although many members are involved in showing dogs, a purebred is not a prerequisite for membership. There is something for everyone.
- Cornwall District Kennel Club — To encourage and promote quality in the breeding of purebred dogs and to do all possible to bring their natural qualities to perfection.
- Cross Country Tracking Club — A non-profit organization, located in Southern Ontario and was officially recognized by the CKC on November 1, 1996. The objectives of the CCTC are to hold tracking tests, to introduce new people to the sport of tracking, to have the opportunities to track as a group and learn by helping each other.
- The Elora Gorge Kennel Club — Founded in 1995 by a small group of dog fanciers with annual dog shows held between Christmas and New Years and always on December 27th, 28th and 29th.
- Extreme Envy Flyball Club — “We strive to provide our dogs the opportunity to reach their highest potential. We use positive training methods with the utmost regard for their physical and emotional needs. We are a team with our dogs and with each other, offering encouragement and support at all times.”
- The Georgina Kennel & Obedience Club — The Club is Comprised of members with diverse intrests that work together to promote responsible dog ownership within the community.
- The Good Guys Carting Dogs — THE GOOD GUYS is a small group of dedicated dog owners who, in addition to participating in many other “doggie” disciplines, take time out to support worthwhile community services by way of fundraising events. These fundraising events help to show that dogs with responsible owners can be contributing members of a community. The committed members donate their time, talents, travel expenses and equipment (not to mention their dogs.) to make these successful events happen.
- Grand River Kennel Club — Serving the Waterloo/Wellington Region
- Grey Bruce Kennel & Obedience Club — Formed in 1974, the GBKOC has members from all regions of Grey and Bruce counties, in the Province of Ontario, Canada.
- Hair Trigger Flyball Team — Hair Trigger was formed in the late months of 2000 and ran in their first tournament in February 2001.
- Hamilton Dog Obedience Club
- Hilltop K 9 Agility — Located in Cornwall, Ontario. Home of the first Agility Dog in Canada.
- Let the Fur Fly! — Made up of a core group of multi-talented canine athletes and their trainers. The main focus is competitive Flyball, Agility and Disc Dog but our canine companions also enjoy showing off their talents at fairs and local events. The dogs also excel at Dog Sledding, Obedience, Barrel Racing, High Jump and of course, Silly Dog Tricks!
- London Dog Owners Association — To encourage responsible dog ownership and to support the interests of dog owners with respect to facilities, policies, and practices in cooperation with the City of London and the London Community.
Contact: Beth Sayler, Tel. 519-453-9452, E-mail: email@example.com
- Mountain Valley Retriever Training Club — “Dedicated to the Training and Development of All Types of Retrievers.”
- Nipissing Kennel Club — To further the advancement of all purebred dogs in the area.
- North York Obedience Club — Founded in 1961, the NYOC offers Puppy Kindergarten (dogs aged 8-16 weeks), Beginners, Pre-novice, Novice and Open/Utility classes, as well as four licensed obedience trials per year.
Phone: (416) 222-4109
- Ontario County Kennel Club — It is the goal of the club to provide the encouragement and development of purebred dogs by holding dog shows and obedience trials for competition and public interest.
- Ontario Federation of Sled Dog Sports
- The Ontario Lure Coursing Association
- Ontario Racing Association — A group of sighthound enthusiasts who formed a Club specifically to hold Sighthound racing, both Straight and Oval types under CARA (Canadian Amateur Racing Association) and NOTRA (National Oval Track Racing Association) rules.
- Ottawa Kennel Club — The oldest continuously active kennel club in Canada.
- Oxford County Kennel Club
- Over the Edge Agility — Located in Bowmanville, Ontario, Over the Edge Agility is made up of a group of agility enthusiasts who compete in AAC and CKC agility.
- Peterborough & District Obedience Club
- Rare Breed Club of South Western Ontario — Formed to provide dog enthusiasts with a venue in which they can exhibit and compete in conformation and obedience rings. Shows are designed for those breeds that as of yet, are not eligible to compete in regular Canadian Kennel Club shows.
- Rideau Terrier Club — Formed in 1970 by a small group of dedicated terrier breeders in the National capital area, has as its objective to foster and promote the best interests of the Terrier breeds.
- Saugeen Schutzhund Club of Ontario — An all breed training club training all dogs and handlers in the sport of Schutzhund.
- Sault Ste. Marie Kennel Club — A dedicated group of owners and breeders of purebred dogs in the Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario area. The objective of the not-for-profit club is to promote interest in and improvement of purebred dogs.
- Scentral Ontario Trackers — Dedicated to fostering the training of tracking dogs — To encourage, guide and advance the welfare of dogs and their owners — To encourage and foster good sportsmanship.
- Some Ruff Competition Dogsports — Barrie and Toronto, Ontario
- St. Catharines & District Kennel and Obedience Club
- St. Thomas Dog Owners Association (STDOA) — St. Thomas Dog Owners Association promotes off leash dog parks and, with the City of St. Thomas, maintains the Lions Club Dog Park. STDOA supports responsible dog ownership and the welfare of dogs.
St. Thomas Dog Blog
- Sudbury and District Kennel Club — A multi-breed club offering all types of activities for every dog fancier. From Show to Obedience, Hunting dogs and Field Trials. Activities are as diverse as the people who belong to the club.
- Thunder Bay Kennel & Training Club
- The Toronto Schutzhund Club — The club is primarily made up of German Shepherd Dogs but membership opportunities are available to all other breeds which are capable of the work and have all the necessary drives and sound temperament.
- West Carleton Dog Agility Group (WAG) — Located in the West Carleton area of Ottawa, Canada (25 minutes west of downtown) with classes held at the Heather Arena, 3192 Dunrobin Road.
- Western Ontario Bird Dog Association
223 Ferguson Drive
Woodstock, Ontario, N4V 1A6
- Woodstock and District Canine Association — Woodstock, Ontario
- York Region Schutzhund Club — An all breed training club in the sport of schutzhund.
If you are, or know of, a Dog Club or Association in Canada that should be listed here, please send us an e-mail us with details, including contact information and the web site address.