Welcome to the official website of the Canadian Eskimo Dog Club of Great Britain.

The Club currently has two Patrons. Mr Simon Luxmoore, our living patron has always had a keen interest in sled dogs and polar exploration. He is very knowledgeable in many aspects of the working dog, although no longer competing with a racing team he still is an owner of several Siberian Huskies and is also a Judge within the sled dog breeds. Our Lifelong Honorary Patron is Mrs Ann Allen who was the founder of Shepherdsway Kennels. Ann along with the Hawkam Kennel, was one of the first to import registered Canadian Eskimo/Inuit Dogs to the UK from Canada and for many years bred, showed and worked her CED's thus promoting them. Ann was a very special lady who sadly passed away leaving behind a legacy in Canadian Eskimo/Inuit Dogs.

 

 The Club has been formed to meet the needs of owners and enthusiasts of the Canadian Eskimo/ Canadian Inuit Dog within the United Kingdom and around the world.

The aim of the Club is to promote and encourage the responsible ownership and ethical breeding of Canadian Eskimo Dogs and to provide events, information and social gatherings for the breed and its owners. The Club has the breeds health at the forefront of its efforts as well as the working aspects of the breed.

 

***NEWS*** 

The CEDCGB now offers a reward scheme for Weight Pull and Back Packing with your dogs. Titles can be gained along with certification of your completed section for more info please contact the Working Sub-Committee

 

 History made again this time at Crufts 2014, Judge Mr Jeff Luscott had an entry of  20 dogs. The most CEDs at Crufts and the biggest show entry in the world to date. This was also the first year that a special memorial trophy was awarded by Mr Chris Allen to the BOB winner. This trophy will be handed over every year to the BOB winner at Crufts in Ann Allen's memory.