canada's official national breed club
The Canadian Dogo Argentino Club was founded in 2010 and is the official parent club for the Dogo Argentino in Canada. It is a non-profit organization run entirely by volunteers who have committed their time, skills and resources to the continuous growth and improvement of the CDAC.
The CDAC is dedicated to breed preservation and advocacy. Through the development of a community discussion forum and educational materials, as well as creating opportunities to meet the breed and access breed specialists, the CDAC aims to be a valuable resource for all Dogo Argentino breeders, owners, exhibitors and enthusiasts.
The CDAC has an elected Board of Directors that is governed by a Constitution and Bylaws. Elections are held every May. Members must be in good standing for at least one year before they are eligible to sit on the Board of Directors, but new members are welcome all year round.