Chisholm Trail Epagneul Breton Gun Dog Club

                                                 

        The CTEBGDC is a 501(c)(7) non-profit  UKC sanctioned Club indemnified through Equisure

            The CTEBGDC is a Gold Sponsor of the Epagneul Breton Foundation

            The CTEBGDC has donated over $6,000 to Conservation and Epagneul Breton Promotion since 2018

 

                Mission Statement

The Chisholm Trail Epagneul Breton Gun Dog Club is organized as a 501(c)(7) tax exempt corporation domiciled in the state of Oklahoma. Our club is comprised of dedicated bird hunters and Epagneul Breton gun dog enthusiasts primarily from but not limited to the states of Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, Arkansas and Missouri.

 

The purpose of this club shall be to promote and protect the Epagneul Breton breed, maintaining its unique qualities and hunting style; to promote the sport of upland bird and waterfowl hunting with the Epagneul Breton breed; to promote competition and to condemn the willful and unlawful slaughter of game and the destruction of its habitat. In addition, the purpose of this club shall also be to promote upland bird and waterfowl habitat conservation, responsible hunting, and Epagneul Breton gun dog breed promotional initiatives through philanthropy. To fulfill this mission, we shall attempt:

1. To aid and assist our members, other organizations and agencies, with the relocating (when lawful), protection, habitat conservation, and propagation of fowl.

2. To promote fair chase and support the right to free cast hunting dogs on public and private lands.

3. To cooperate with all federal, state, and local agencies, upland bird and waterfowl habitat conservation organizations, as well as land-owners for the betterment of all upland bird and waterfowl hunting sports.

4. To dismiss from our membership without hesitation those who violate club by-laws and the principles of good sportsmanship and fair and honest conduct, both in hunting and competition.

5. To increase opportunities to bird hunt by developing relationships with landowners and strategic partners.

6. To educate the general public about the unique qualities of the Epagneul Breton.