(a) to preserve and protect the pure-bred Siberian
Husky and to do all possible to bring their natural
qualities to perfection;
(b) to provide a continuing education to the fancy
and to assist in the understanding and acceptance of
the standard of the breed as approved by the
American Kennel Club as the only standard of
excellence by which Siberian Huskies shall be
(c) to do all in its power to protect and advance
the interests of the breed by encouraging
sportsmanlike competition at dog shows and obedience
(d) to conduct sanctioned matches, licensed
specialty shows and obedience trails under the rules
of The American Kennel Club.
CRSHC was recognized by AKC in 1986 and held it's
first B match in August of 1986. Our first
Independent Specialty was held on July 30, 1993, at
Gardner Ranch, Buellton, California. 2011
marks our 20th year of Independent Specialties.
CRSHC incorporated in March, 2001.
General membership meetings are held bi-monthly.
Members are notified via e-mail of the meeting
location. Guests interested in attending a
club meeting should e-mail the club secretary.
Guests are always welcome at meetings.
Browse through our site, view our Code of Ethics and
if you are interested in joining, print our
Membership Application for submission. For
questions or additional information, please contact
any of our members by clicking on the "Members" link
at the left.