- What is a Breed Council?
- The CFA Breed Councils were established in 1970 to serve as an advisory body on breed standards
to the CFA Executive Board. Each of the breeds recognized by CFA for championship competition has its own Breed Council and
Breed Council Secretary.
The CFA Breed Councils are comprised of individuals experienced in their chosen breed/division section, and who meet other
eligibility requirements established by the CFA Executive Board. Each Breed Council channels opinions and suggestions from
the individual breeder to the Board through the specific breed secretary, and the
breed standard is updated as the breed
progresses. From time to time, each breed council also updates its
breed profile, a more informal introduction to the breed.
- How can I join the Breed Council?
- You must meet the requirements
specified by CFA, and submit a membership application.
- Current secretary
- The current Breed Council secretary for the 2013-2014 term is LInda Acomb.
She can be reached via e-mail at:
- Breed Council Yahoo Group
- There is a Yahoo group set up for current breed council members only.
If you are a current member, and would like
to join the group, please send an e-mail to email@example.com to subscribe.
- Breed Council Polls
- Reports from the Breed Council secretary