Following are some website links about Cairn Terriers which we recommend & which you may find useful. All breed clubs listed below have members with long experience in owning, breeding & showing Cairn Terriers who would be willing to offer advice on a range of issues, contactable through these websites.
The Cairn Terrier Club
Founded 1910 this is the oldest Cairn breed club, dedicated to all who love their “best little pal in the world” whether they are breeders, show people or pet owners. This club is based in Scotland but has members world wide.
The Southern Cairn Terrier Club
The second oldest Cairn breed club established in 1914 for Southern England, that aims to appeal to all Cairn owners; exhibitors, breeders or pet owners. The club holds annual open & championship shows.
The Cairn Terrier Association
Another veteran Cairn breed club established in 1926 to encourage novices & attract broad membership. The club holds annual championship & open shows. This club is UK based but also has international members.
The Midland Cairn Terrier Club
An active & well organised breed club holding shows in the English Midland region. This website is regularly updated with information on all Cairn news, show results & upcoming UK events.
The Cairn Terrier Fun Day
Cairn Terrier Fun Day has a purpose to bring pet owners and breeders together; away from shows with the distractions caused by serious competitive events. These events run by volunteers raise funds for CTRF to help many Cairns in need of rescue, & are family fun for all.
Cairn Terrier Talk Forum
A forum for any & all lovers of the breed whether pet owners, breeders or exhibiters, who wish to engage in friendly discussion, or share advice & news on all things Cairn Terrier. CTT is run by experienced Cairn owners who support the CTRF wherever possible.
The Oldies Club
The Oldies Club is a dog rescue charity, run solely by volunteers, that specialises in rescuing and rehoming older dogs aged 7 years plus. The charity prefers to use foster homes for these veteran dogs rather than kenneling. Sometimes Cairns are available via this club.
The Kennel Club
The UKs largest organisation dedicated to the health and welfare of dogs. The Kennel Club was founded in 1873 and is able to offer dog owners an unparalleled source of information, experience and advice on dog welfare, dog health, dog training and dog breeding.
UPDATE 29th July...Do you remember Freddie & Bertie who came into Cairn Rescue and went to a foster home to be assessed, but needed to be split up because of their fighting. Freddie has stayed with his foster dad, and will be adopted by him. Bertie went to a new home in N.Ireland and here he is posting his Adoption form to the C.T.R.F. He has settled in very well with his new owners, Colin and Angela and has got his paws firmly under their table. Well done Bertie, have a good life with your new mum and dad xx ... See MoreSee Less
RESERVED!!!!! ALREADY!!Possible Cairn X ? Ten year old Tracey is with the RSPCA in Southport, Ormskirk & District Branch Animal Centre . For more information visit their website in the link below. <3 ... See MoreSee Less
UPDATE - 19th July 2021Thought you'd all like to know - The dog that was collected by the dog warden at Cleadon Kennels last week - Our Secretary Leisa Jane who doesn't live far from the area has given us the good news. So ..........hooray!!! He's going back home to his family today. Let's hope that he stays there and doesn't escape again.Good luck little one. ❤ • ...................................................................................................“A dog had been handed into them last week and he was chipped but unfortunately the phone number on the chip was not recognised. ... See MoreSee Less
Update - Monti, who's owner sadly passed away, has spent the last few weeks being well looked after, adored and probably spoilt rotten in his new home.After due consideration all parties agree that the situation is working well for all parties involved so the adoption has gone ahead.Have a long and happy life Monti. <3 ... See MoreSee Less