Canadian Eskimo Dog Foundation
The Canadian Eskimo Dog Foundation was established to facilitate a better understanding of the Canadian Eskimo Dog, and to promote and SAVE what is one of the last remaining strongholds for this extraordinary breed.
Currently the CEDF is the largest and one of the oldest CED breeding kennels in the World, accounting for approximately 1/3 (one third) of the World’s population. It is the CEDF’s goal to provide the World a window to view, and if desired, an opportunity to support and save this magnificent dog from extinction.
The significance of preserving this rare and beautiful dog is important if we are to maintain the cultural and historical integrity of Canada and the rest of North America.
Extinction of the Canadian Eskimo Dog
The Canadian Eskimo Dog (CED) is on the verge of extinction with estimates of (300) three hundred or less pure CKC registered dogs left in the World.