Welcome

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UKCSV Club

Our primary aim is to develop a correct structure, including breeding, health testing & bonitation for dogs both imported to & bred in the UK, while encouraging & supporting new enthusiasts with honest & impartial information.

Latest News

UKCSV held its inaugural Club Show in Louth, 20 - 22 July 2018. The event was a historic first for bonitation & included a breed seminar & breed specific classes.

UKCSV Website

Our website will continually improve & expand with correct, impartial information & factual results from bonitation & health testing of dogs in the UK.

Origin

In 1958 an inter-species study successfully bred the female Carpathian Wolf (Brita) to the male German Shepherd Dog (Cézar z Březového háje) which produced five puppies & first origins of the CSV.

Bonitation

With invaluable, expert support from CSV countries of origin, the Club provides bonitation - the breed specific evaluation dedicated to the continual improvement of the CSV, without compromise to health or character.

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Membership

Club Membership is available for owners intending to have their dogs considered for the breeding program & individuals with a genuine interest in the future of the Czechoslovakian Vlcak in the UK.

Support

We encourage all CSV enthusiasts, owners & breeders in both UK & countries of origin to support our aims. Without ongoing resource interaction, the breed cannot seek correct & deserved recognition in the UK.

UK Database

IN PROGRESS - UK dogs will undertake spectrum health testing & bonitation before being considered for eligibility. The Club upholds FCI CSV Breed Standard in providing a valuable resource of correct results for interested parties.

Committee

All committee roles are voluntary. Each member is wholly dedicated to the impartial improvement & correct development of this fabulous dog in the UK, without compromise to the breed standard of the Czechoslovakian Vlcak.