This Code of Ethics is established to set a standard of acceptable behavior for Sierra Nevada Bulldog Club members. The code is designed to protect the integrity of the Club and to protect and enhance our Breed.

The objectives of the club, based on the Bulldog Club of America standards are:

To maintain a standard of excellence for the guidance of breeders, owners and judges.

To improve the Bulldog Breed through encouragement of effort directed toward the approach to, or attainment of the degree of excellence set forth in the Standard of the Bulldog Breed.

To stimulate interest in competitive public showing of the Bulldog.

To further the public interest and education of the Breed.

To work for the general good of breeders, owners and exhibitors of Bulldogs.

It is in this spirit that the Sierra Nevada Bulldog Club and the Bulldog Club of America expects adherence to the CODE OF ETHICS.

Members have an obligation to protect the welfare and the best interests of bulldogs by conducting themselves in a manner designed to reflect credit to themselves, their breed and their Club.

Members who exhibit Bulldogs are expected to observe the highest standards of sportsmanship, conduct themselves in such a manner as to reflect positively on the sport of showing dogs, and exhibit goodwill at all dog shows.

Members who contemplate breeding a litter, or who allow the use of their stud dog for the same purpose shall direct their efforts toward producing dogs of quality, of even temperament, vigorous and free of health problems.

They shall be familiar with the bulldog breed and its BCA/AKC approved standard and breed only those specimens which conform to it.

Members shall not engage in false or misleading advertising or misrepresentation of their breed, nor shall they malign their competition by making false or misleading statements regarding their competitors’ dogs, breeding practice or person.

Blatant disregard for the standards set out in this code shall be considered unacceptable behavior resulting in loss of Club membership with no refunds.

The above standards are supported by the Bulldog Club of America.


The Sierra Nevada Bulldog Club has proudly served North-Western Nevada and North-Eastern California since founded in March of 2005. Our club is open to all bulldog lovers and their families, no matter where they live.

Our club’s area will always include the entire Lake Tahoe region, North-eastern California and North-western Nevada. Visitors are always welcome.

Dog Pool Day
Saturday, Sep 20, 2014, 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Location: Burnt Cedar Beach
665 Lakeshore Blvd
Incline Village, NV 89451
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or call 775-230-0092

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