To encourage and promote the breeding of purebred Boxers and to do all possible to bring their natural qualities to perfection
To urge members and breeders to accept the standard of the breed as approved by the CKC as the only standard of excellence by which Boxers shall be judged.
To hold a National Specialty Show, Boosters and Obedience Trials under the rules of the CKC and to maintain a program of awards which will encourage sportsmanlike competitition and advance the interest of the breed.
To initiate and maintain educational progams and promotional activities which will stimulate and extend public interest in the Boxer.
Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the formation of the Boxer Club of Canada
SUNDAY AUGUST 6, 2017
With the Barrie Kennel & Obedience Club
ODAS PARK 4500 FAIRGROUNDS ROAD, R.R. 2, ORILLIA Ontario L3V 6H2
ALL BREED JUDGES: Sat - Michael Hill, Sun - Carlos Quinones, Mon - Faye Strauss
Judge: Ann Gilbert - Boxer Breeder - Sarkel Boxers
Broken Arrow, OK, USA
Interview with Ann Gilbert
Sweepstakes Judge: Keith Lawson
London, ON, Canada
Owner of Am GCh/BPIS MBOB MBPIG Can GCh. Shadigee’s Calculated Risk
Keith Lawson's Bio
SATURDAY AUGUST 5TH
The Northern Ontario Boxer Club Specialty will be held at the same venue
Judge: David Gilmour - Boxer Breeder - Zaracon Boxers Reg'd.
White City, Sask, Canada
David Gilmour's BIo
MONDAY AUGUST 6TH
Central Ontario Boxer Club Specialty
Judge info to come
The Boxer Club of Canada
is the 'National' Boxer Club in Canada and is affiliated with the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC).
Founded in 1947 The Boxer Club of Canada has members from one end of Canada to the other and also in the United States.
Meetings are held on-line on a monthly basis, except for July and August. We hold rotating east / west national specialties and numerous regional specialties throughout the year.
We are proud caretakers of the Boxer breed, its history and accomplishments. We supports Boxer rescue and health research for Boxers, stand against breed specific legislation (see the Dog Legislation Council of Canada web site), and believe strongly in the freedom of choice regarding cropping and docking