On April 1, 1991, the first Chinese Cresteds were officially allowed by the American Kennel Club (AKC) to compete for an AKC championship. Prior to this date, Chinese Cresteds were only able to compete for an American Chinese Crested Club (ACCC) championship. Although the criteria for earning a championship were similar, the ACCC (until 1987) recognized each and every match as a point show. Effective in 1987, the ACCC awarded points only to dogs winning in Specialty shows or in the AKC "Miscellaneous" classes.
Although many of our earlier dogs achieved their ACCC championship, this list is devoted to our Chinese Cresteds who completed their AKC championship.
In order to achieve the award of "Champion" in the AKC, each dog must:
1) earn a minimum of 15 points,
2) twice earn 3 or more points (a "major") in a show (each under a different
3) earn at least 1 point under a third judge.
Earning a championship is not an easy task. Many dogs shown in AKC competition never achieve this honor. The dogs listed below were either bred by us and/or owned by us at the time the Championship was completed. This is not to say that the credit should be exclusively ours. Some of these dogs were purchased from other breeders, some were co-bred with other breeders, and some were co-owned with other people. We are proud and thankful to these people. Unfortunately, there are too many other people to list them on this page, but many of them will appear elsewhere in this site.