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Welfare Committee Chair:

Elane Albert
Hauppauge NY 11788
631-361-9496


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This committee is focused on the well-being of the purebred Chow Chow as a pet in today's society. Some of the committee's functions are:

- to provide information about the Chow Chow breed to Chow owners, the public, animal shelters, and veterinarians.

- to provide a central contact point for people seeking placement for abandoned or unwanted Chows and those who would like to adopt them.

- to maintain a directory of Chow Rescue volunteers.

- to provide information, resources, and support to Chow Rescue volunteers and other individuals assisting homeless Chow Chows.

- to administer the Welfare Fund. The Welfare Fund provides financial assistance to rescue volunteers to help offset the costs of medical services needed to make homeless purebred Chow Chows healthy and ready for placement in new homes.

For more information, even more articles on the training and care of Chow Chows, resources for rescue volunteers, and descriptions of rescued Chows for adoption across the U.S., visit the Chow Chow Welfare Web Site

 

Donations may be made online via PayPal:

All donations are personally acknowledged.

(The Chow Chow Club, Inc. is a non-profit organization incorporated in the state of New York in 1906 but is not federally recognized as tax-exempt so donations to the club are not tax-deductible.)

We regularly auction donated Chow Chow items and collectibles on Ebay. Watch for these exciting sales! All CCCI Welfare Fund auctions are marked "helps CCCI Welfare". Donors and purchasers of our auction items are honored in our Donors Hall Of Fame.

 

Chow Rescue Organizations:

Please note: The groups named below are operated by members of the Chow Chow Club, Inc. but are not supervised or endorsed by the Club in any way. Before adopting or surrendering a Chow, do your homework on the organization just as you would when checking out a breeder. The Chow Chow Club, Inc. does not foster or place rescued Chows and is not responsible for private adoptions. For additional listings of Chow Rescue organizations, visit the Chow Chow Welfare Web Site New York:
Chow Chow Rescue of Central New York Texas:
West Texas Chow Chow Rescue Washington:
Pacific Northwest Chow Chow Rescue

 

Judges Education Committee

The Judges Education Committee prepares and presents materials to teach future judges how to properly evaluate the Chow Chow. It provides approved mentors and presenters to judges' education seminars and breed study groups. It develops the seminar format so material will be presented consistently from one seminar and presenter to the next.

Study materials available are the official CCCI Illustrated Standard of the Chow Chow and the CCCI Judges Study Guide to the Chow Chow.

A breed study seminar with ringside mentoring is hosted at each national specialty show.

For information on upcoming seminars or copies of CCCI judges education material, contact committee chair Mary Wuest .

The AKC maintains a schedule of upcoming seminars across the U.S. on many interesting dog-related subjects. Click here (http://www.akc.org/clubs/seminars/seminars.cfm) for more information.

 

Judges Education

Judges Education CHOW GAIT Video
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Webinars

The CCCI is offering a series of free webinars. After each webinar they will be made available to view or download.
 
The webinars are saved in mp4 format and may be played by most browsers. The links will open in a new browser window and the webinars may be downloaded 
 
This 90 minute webinar, hosted by Judges' Education Chairperson Mary Wuest, will walk you though part 1 of the Illustrated Standard of the Chow Chow.
   
This 1 hour webinar, hosted by Judges' Education Chairperson Mary Wuest, will walk you though part 2 of the Illustrated Standard of the Chow Chow.
 
This 41 minute webinar, hosted by Judges' Education Chairperson Mary Wuest, will walk you though part 2 of the Illustrated Standard of the Chow Chow.
 
This is a 1 hour and 48 minute CCCI Educational Webinar:  GDV, Heat Stroke, CPR, Pyometra, Breeding Management .  Webinar Speakers:
Paul Harper, DVM (Veterinarian @Buffalo Veterinarian Group) Dr. Harper is from Buffalo, NY.  His wife is also a veterinarian. He went to Ohio State as an undergrad and attained his DVM at Virginia Tech.  He particularly enjoys orthopedic surgery, emergency medicine, and ophthalmology.
 
 

 

CCCI Welfare

CCCI Welfare

The Welfare committee focuses on the well-being of the purebred Chow Chow as a pet in today's society. The committee is small but its scope is large. Some of its functions are:

* to provide information about the Chow Chow breed to Chow owners, the public, animal shelters and veterinarians.

* to provide a central contact point for people seeking placement for abandoned or unwanted Chows and those who would like to adopt them

* to maintain a directory of Chow rescue volunteers

  • to provide information, resources and support to Chow rescue volunteers and other individuals aiding homeless Chow Chows.

The Welfare Committee has its own website at http://www.chowwelfare.com

Committee chair is Elaine Albert

The Welfare Fund

The CCCI Welfare Fund provides financial assistance to rescue volunteers to help offset the costs of the basic medical services needed to make homeless purebred Chow Chows healthy and ready for adoption. These services include spaying or neutering, vaccinations, heartworm testing, heartworm treatment and entropion correction.

The Fund is made up entirely of your donations, sales of merchandise, and the proceeds of our fund-raising events. It has no corporate sponsors nor receives any government support.

The Fund has provided several thousand dollars a year in financial assistance to volunteers since it began in 1994.

How You Can Help

Donate to the CCCI Welfare Fund! No donation is too small and every little bit helps!

Checks or money orders (U.S. funds) should be made out to the Chow Chow Club, Inc.'s Welfare Fund and sent to:

 

Welfare Committee Chair:

Elane Albert
Hauppauge NY 11788 
631-361-9496

Donations may be made online via PayPal:

All donations are personally acknowledged.

(The Chow Chow Club, Inc. is a non-profit organization incorporated in the state of New York in 1906 but is not federally recognized as tax-exempt so donations to the club are not tax-deductible.)

We regularly auction donated Chow Chow items and collectibles on Ebay. Watch for these exciting sales! All CCCI Welfare Fund auctions are marked "helps CCCI Welfare". Donors and purchasers of our auction items are honored in our Donors Hall Of Fame.