Eastern Canada French Spaniel Club was founded in January 2011. Its mission is to
bring together people who share interest in French Spaniel breed of dogs. The Club
is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting this breed and to its constant
Its members come from different backgrounds including reputable breeders, participants in dog shows, obedience, agility, Rally-
Eastern Canada French Spaniel Club, including its board and members principal goals are to address concerns specific tho the breed, improvement of the breed and the education of public at large.
The Club has also set as goal to have CKC adopt the breed standard from France, country of origin of the race. Our intention is to become a national club within next five years.
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Eastern Canada French Spaniel Club
Last update 2012-
During the weekend of September 1, 2011, Moka l’épagneul français has made a mark notable competing in conformation. Indeed, Mr Pascal Lafleur and his dog Moka obtained (a first in Canada) a BIS (Best in show) to the FCC competition in St. Louis. This year, Moka has surpassed 500 points for a year. Congratulations.
Recently, Taiga (Élevage du Nordet -
In hunting, Syrah Des Appalaches (Élevage Des Appalaches -
Mrs Elaine Brimo McKinney, Tennessee USA has recently received certification for Human Remain Detection.
Elan (Élevage Derio Grande) is the first French Spaniel receiving this certification Congratulations..
A first for a French spaniel.
Chantoutou and his owner and handler, Sylvie Daneault, are the first team including a French spaniel to qualify for the national championship AAC Agility to be held this year in British Columbia. Congratulations.