**The RTCA (Russian Toy Club of America) has agreed to talk about forming a new club to become the parent club representing the Russian toy in AKC with our club The Russian Toy DOG Club of America (TRTDCA). For more information about how these talks are progressing click on this link.**
RTCA has pulled out of negotiations with our club and turned down our proposal to them.
We would like to welcome you to the HOME Of The OFFICIAL Russian Toy DOG Club of America, Inc. - TRTDCA, Inc. ESTABLISHED IN 2008.
Here you will find our pages full of interesting facts on this beautiful,
agile, highly intelligent, and versatile Russian Toy dog. This tiny, rare breed is one of the smallest dogs in the world! We hope you
will be inspired to join our Club, The Russian Toy DOG Club of America,
Join us, to learn, support, help protect and maintain the beauty
and integrity of the Russian Toy in the spirit of its country of origin (Russia),
guided by the American Kennel Club Standard. We hope that your visit here will help you to see the wonderful little dog that we have all come to love. Join Us
(We are NOT affiliated in any way with the Russian Toy Club of America)
We are the proud club member sponsor of AKC CHF.
Important Notice: The Russian Toy DOG Club of America, Inc.
(TRTDCA, Inc.) does not support the purposeless mass breeding of Russian Toy.
We expect all club members who have breeding programs to breed to the American
Kennel Club (AKC) standard of excellence, and to the guidelines of AKC/FSS. The
TRTDCA, Inc. further expects all members to be ever vigilant in the preservation
and protection of the Russian Toy.
TRTDCA, Inc.'s objectives are:
(a)To encourage and promote quality in the breeding of pure-bred Russian Toys and to do all possible to bring their natural qualities to perfection;
(b)To urge members and breeders to accept the Standard of the Breed as approved by The American Kennel Club as the only standard of excellence by which the Russian Toys shall be judged and to educate members, general public, Judges and prospective Judges to that standard;
(c)To do all in its power to protect and advance the interests of the Breed by encouraging sportsmanlike competition at Dog Shows where the Russian Toys compete, to put on educational seminars for both members and the general public, to educate about the exploitation and abuse of the breed and educate the general public regarding the general risks associated with the purchasing from puppy mills, commercial breeders, auctions and pet shops, and to encourage and assist rescue operations that involve the Russian Toys;
(d)To conduct Sanctioned Matches, Specialty Shows, Dog Shows and any other event for which the Club is eligible under the Rules and Regulations of The American Kennel Club;
(e)To encourage the organization of independent local Russian Toy Specialty Clubs in those localities where there are sufficient fanciers of
the breed to meet the requirements of The American Kennel Club, and to advance the role of a Parent Club in providing education, health research, and support of rescue and reduction of overpopulation for the benefit of the breed and the general public.