Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
An AAC membership number is the personal identification number which gives them access to the membership benefits.
For all the benefits of AAC membership, please go to the membership page.
Individual Membership is $25.00 plus applicable taxes per calendar year. AAC membership can be purchased online.
Provisional: All new members living in Canada who are 18 years old or older who have been a member for less than 1 year.
Regular: All members who have been members for more than 1 year and live in Canada.
Associate: members who are under 18 years old and those that do not live in Canada.
Junior Handlers FAQ's
Competitors who are younger than 18 years as of January 1 of the current year may compete under Junior Handler Rules.
All Junior Handlers must have a valid AAC ID Number before they compete. Achievements, i.e. Legs and Junior Handler Award of Merit, will only be issued to Junior Handlers with a valid AAC ID Number.
$10.00 plus applicable taxes. A Junior Handler ID can be purchased online.
Every dog who competes at AAC trials must be registered with a Dog ID umber. The number is valid for the dog's whole competition career.
A Dog ID is $12.00 for AAC members and $15.00 for non-members plus applicable taxes. A Dog ID can be purchased for your dog online.
An AAC registered club can host AAC competitions and contact information will be listed on the AAC website.
Any business or club can be registered as an AAC Club.
The fee is $50.00 plus applicable taxes per calendar year. An AAC Club membership may be purchased online.