The Central California Labrador Retriever Club (CCLRC) is a group of dog enthusiasts who share the joy, ownership and wet-nose of what we believe to be the world’s greatest dog, a Labrador Retriever. Our club was started in 2004 and we are continually growing in membership and public exposure. One of the CCLRC’s main goals is to preserve the multi-purpose Labrador Retriever. The CCLRC serves the Fresno, Madera, Kings and Tulare Counties, but has members throughout the state.
The CCLRC’s values include promoting the quality in breeding of pure-bred Labrador Retrievers to enhance the standard of the breed, as approved by the American Kennel Club (AKC).
The Central California Labrador Retriever Club is committed to maintaining the breed standard of the Labrador Retriever. We support events which include educating the public about the multi-purpose Labrador Retriever and showcasing the diversity of the breed. We encourage responsible breeding through our Breeder’s Code of Ethics and support the AKC Code of Sportsmanship. We also encourage all people involved with Labrador Retrievers to conduct themselves in a manner that displays good sportsmanship, high moral character, and respect and understanding for the breed.