Executive | Regional Directors
PRESIDENT: Paul Whitman (Maritimes)
My involvement with the Cane Corso began in 1999 after meeting a young male Cane Corso owned by a good friend of mine. Less than a year later I purchased my first Cane Corso and have never looked back.Throughout the years I have the pleasure meeting many great people that shared their passion and knowledge of the breed with me.
I have over the years remained involved with various breed clubs. In the past I was a regional VP for the Cane Corso Association of America for 5 years prior to the move into the A.K.C. Currently I have been President of the National Breed Club in Canada, the Cane Corso Club of Canada since 2006.
Under the kennel name Del Ecousse we have produced Multiple group placing and Champion dogs. Producing the first Group placing, Grand Champion and Best in Show Cane Corso with the Canadian Kennel Club. We continue to strive to promote the breed in a positive light and participate in herding, obedience, and lure coursing at every opportunity.
With the CFC, Del Escousse had the first Cane Corso Champions listed with the association. We have multiple Junior Champions, Champions and Elite Champions, as well as, Best Puppy in Show. We have attended Nova Scotia and Quebec shows since 2006.
Vice President & DIRECTOR: Peter Muth (Ontario)
Peter Muth, and his wife Tracey, have been directly involved with the Dogue de Bordeaux breed for over twenty years. They owned the first Dogues that were registered with the CFC. They have bred under the Registered prefix ChateauRouge since 1997, and shown extensively for a number of years in Canada, the United States, as well as recently in France.
A long-time member, in good standing, of the CFC, the CKC and the Dogue de Bordeaux Club of Canada, Peter holds the position of Vice-President of the DDBCC, and is the CKC Breed Liaison for the DDBCC.
SECRETARY/TREASURER Linda Brookes (Maritimes)
In 2009 Linda began on her Coton journey with 3 Coton puppies – Griffin, Athena, and Cassi. Having been an animal lover all her life with a propensity to the love of dogs, she began with the Coton de Tulear breed on a small scale.
Linda loves to show her dogs in Conformation shows both locally and globally when she has the opportunity and has seen great successes in the show rings over the years. She breeds on a small basis under the name Alika Tia Cotons. www.alikatia.com
She is involved with the Canadian Coton de Tulear Club (CCTC) serving on the board of directors for several years. She was born and raised in Ontario. In 2015 she made the move to the beautiful Atlantic region and now lives in Nova Scotia.
Email: Director, Maritimes