Member's of the ACCC have access to many resources including Board Meeting Minutes which are posted on the ACCC Journal page.
Our goal is to encourage and promote the responsible breeding of pure-bred Chinese Cresteds and to do all possible to bring their natural qualities to perfection, in accordance with the standards for the breed. To do all in our power to protect and advance the interests of the breed and to encourage sportsmanlike competition at dog shows, obedience trials and other events.
The Chinese Crested was in the Miscellaneous Class of the American Kennel Club in 1955 when the first breed list was printed in the American Kennel Club Dog Show Rules. The revised list in 1965 dropped the Chinese Crested due to lack of an acceptable registry, no National Specialty Club or reliable standard. At the time there were 200 Chinese Cresteds registered.
General management of the American Chinese Crested Club is entrusted to the Board of Directors whom are elected to serve two year terms at the club's Annual Meeting.
The Board appoints standing committees to advance the work of the Club. There are many hard working members that make our club a success. The American Chinese Crested Club is always looking for members that can help our club grow and improve. Even the smallest contributions can make a big difference. If you are interested in serving on a committee or working with the club, please contact the Committee Chair or a member of the ACCC Board of Directors.
Membership is open to all persons eighteen years of age and older who are in good standing with the American Kennel Club and who subscribe to the purposes of this Club.
This document describes the club's objectives and the rules for operation.
Each member of the American Chinese Crested club, Inc, will consider the best interest of the breed when engaged in any activities involving breeding, selling and exhibiting Chinese Cresteds and will refrain from any activities which could prove detrimental to the Breed and this Club.
Are you looking for Chinese Crested? All members of the American Chinese Crested Club must sign a copy of the ACCC Code of Ethics. Our breeder's directory may help you find a responsible breeder in your area.