News and Updates about the Canine Care Certified Program
More than 100 dog breeders have gained certification through a Purdue University–based program that measures dogs for stress, disease, and ability to thrive in homes. The program was created five years ago, and supported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, as a way improve the lives of animals by elevating standards of care in the dog breeding industry.
Purdue's college of veterinary medicine recently achieved a milestone in animal welfare by approving its first 100 canine care certified dog breeders.
According to a release, Purdue's CCC program sets rigorous, science-based and expert-reviewed requirements for breeders. The CCC program offers answers to questions both breeders and pet owners may have.
The Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine has achieved a milestone in animal welfare by approving its first 100 Canine Care Certified (CCC) dog breeders. Purdue’s CCC program, which sets rigorous science-based and expert-reviewed requirements for breeders, is positioned to become the gold standard for canine welfare assurance.