American Toy Fox Terrier Club

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January 2022

Our 2021 National is in the books and planning for the 2022 is underway!

Our next show is in April 2022 in beautiful Perry, GA.

All breed shows are Wednesday (4/13) through Saturday (4/16) and Combined Specialties are Sunday (4/17). Specifically to our breed, we will have two specialties on Saturday - designated (during all breed) and Concurrent (after the all breed TFT classes but before groups) and Sunday the 17th will be the National Specialty.

At this show we'll make our formal debut of the Top Twenty Competition and the ATFTC Futurity. For those who enjoy other events with their Toy Foxes and a key consideration in choosing this cluster - Perry offers just about everything. Agility, rally, obedience, barnhunt, FASTCAT, Coursing Ability Testing, dockdiving, scentwork and more. Generally there are between 3000 and 4000 dogs in the April shows. Lots of vendors. Weather is generally cool to moderate and other than the running and swimming events everything is indoors.

Perry 2022

Finally - 2023 is the 20th Anniversary for Toy Foxes' admittance into AKC dog shows. We are planning BIG for Oklahoma City in June 2023. More to follow in the near future.                    



About TFT's

The Toy Fox Terrier is truly a Toy and a Terrier, and both have influenced his personality and character.   As a Terrier, the Toy Fox Terrier possesses keen intelligence, courage and animation.  As a Toy, he is diminutive and devoted, with an endless abiding love for his master.  Do not let his size fool you, the Toy Fox Terrier is a big dog in a little package. He considers himself "Superdog" making it clear that he has a huge ego and will dominate almost every situation.


The American Toy Fox Terrier Club (ATFTC) - the leading not-for profit dog club devoted to the Toy Fox Terrier.

Mission Statement

The American Toy Fox Terrier Club effectively provides superior, comprehensive
information and services to its members. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Breeding

  • Conformation

  • Performance Events

  • Health Issues


  • Foster a mindset of cooperation with the AKC and other organizations.

  • Promote the health and well being of Toy Fox Terriers.

  • Continuously improve the way the ATFTC delivers quality services and information to its membership.

  • Recruit and maintain a quality membership.

  • Secure and allocate resources effectively that provide quality services to its membership.

  • Stimulate member involvement in Club activities.