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The American Kennel Club was established in 1884 to promote the study, breeding, exhibiting and advancement of purebred dogs.  It is the largest not-for-profit purebred dog registry in the nation.
AKC Mission Statement:
Maintain a registry for purebred dogs and preserve its integrity.
Sanction dog events that promote interest in, and sustain the process of, breeding for type and function of purebred dogs.
Take whatever actions necessary to protect and assure the continuation of the sport of purebred dogs.

The American Spaniel Club, Inc., established in 1881, is the parent club for the Cocker Spaniel. It is also a dedicated supporter of all Flushing Spaniel breeds. The American Spaniel Club's "Guidelines for Breeding and Purchasing Cocker Spaniels."

Seven Foundations of a Successful Dog Breeder by Jonathan Jeffrey Kimes (Pluperfect Kennels, Kansas City, Missouri)  The article first appeared in the 1996 Cardigan Welsh Corgi handbook and is on the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club's web site

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