- AKC Affiliates
AKC Canine Health Foundation
The Mission of the AKC Canine Health Foundation is to develop significant resources for basic and applied health programs with emphasis on canine genetics to improve the quality of life for dogs and their owners.
AKC Reunite is dedicated to providing lifetime recovery services for microchipped and tattooed pets. In March 2007, AKC Reunite began offering the AKC Reunite ID System microchip to increase the number of pets that can be recovered, if lost.
AKC Lost & Found Offer
This is a special offer to AKC registrants. For $15 you will receive a collar tag with your dog's AKC Registration number printed on it in addition to a lifetime enrollment in AKC Reunite. In the AKC Reunite database, your name, address, and telephone numbers are linked to your dog's unique registration number. If your pet is ever found when lost, AKC Reunite experts (available 24/7/365) will use the unique AKC Registration number to reunite you with your loved one.
AKC Reunite Canine Support and Relief Fund
Has been established as a permanent charitable fund with the goals of providing resources, support, funds, and other assistance to a variety of organizations.
The AKC Humane Fund, Inc.
Through the AKC Humane Fund, individuals, clubs, organizations and corporations can join us to do a world of good for the dogs we love. A 501(c)(3) charitable organization, the AKC Humane Fund promotes the joy and value of responsible pet ownership through education, outreach and grant-making.
The AKC Humane Fund provides programming and grants to educate adults and children about responsible pet ownership, advance the well being of all dogs, and preserve the unbreakable bond between dogs and mankind. Programs include Parent Club Breed Rescue grants, the Awards for Canine Excellence (ACE), and grants for women's shelters that accept pets.
AKC Museum of the Dog
The American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog is home to the world's finest collection of art devoted to the dog.
Take The Lead (Related Organization)
Take The Lead provides direct services, support and care for people in the sport of purebred dogs who suffer the devastation of life-threatening or terminal illness.