Please select one of the categories below:
- How do I become a member?
On the left side of the home page, you'll see a button called "Club Information". Click that button and you'll be taken to a screen with a list of items. Click on "Membership Application". This will take you to a page where you'll find the requirements for application, a description of the membership process, and a membership application that you can print and fill out.
- I'm a regional Chow club member. How do I get my club's contact information and events listed on the website?
The CCCI has a Regional Club Liason that keeps track of regional club information and events. To update your club's information, look for the "Club Directory" button on the left side of the home page. Click that and you'll be presented with a list of CCCI contacts and committee heads. Scroll through the list until you find the Regional Club Liason. Contact that person with your updates. Alternately, you can send your information to
and I will take care of it for you, plus I'll forward it to the Regional Club Liason.
- I registered but I'm unable log in as a member. Why not?
To log in as a CCCI member, you must be issued a special User Name and Password by the webmaster. If you are a member, you can receive a User Name and Password by writing to
and asking for it.
- I'm a Chow breeder. How do I get listed in the Breeder Directory?
The Breeder Directory is limited to Chow Chow Club, Inc. members only. The online directory is a paid service. Member/breeders must pay an annual fee and sign the Club's Code Of Ethics. To sign up for the online Breeder Directory, write to
- What is the National Specialty?
The National Specialty is the Chow Chow Club, Inc.'s annual dog show. Chow Chows from all over the U.S. and Canada compete in conformation and obedience at this premier event. Educational seminars and events just for fun are also held at the National, along with the CCCI's annual membership meeting. The location of the National Specialty rotates across the U.S. by time zones each year. Regional Chow clubs and host groups apply several years in advance to host the show. The show draws hundreds of Chow Chows and spectators from all over the world. You don't have to be a member of the CCCI to attend the National Specialty. The National is an excellent opportunity for you to see Chows of the highest quality, meet breeders, make new friends, and learn more about our breed.