The British Chihuahua Club Yearbook
At the start of each year, the Club publishes a Yearbook covering the activities of the previous twelve months. The book was known as the Chihuahua Chronicle until its redesign for the 2011 issue, and is now in its 30th year of publication. There have been several editors over the years, including the late Diana Fitt-Savage, Mrs Beverley Sutton and Ms Ruth Hart. The Yearbook is currently edited by Bernard Coxhead, who gratefully acknowledges the invaluable help of Mrs Beverley Sutton with show results and pedigree information.
The Yearbook contains the following sections:
We also include some general information about the British Chihuahua Club and the Rescue Association, and obituary announcements for any well-known Chihuahua personalities or dogs that have passed on in that year.
Also included is the Affix List with contact details for those breeders and exhibitors who wish to be listed, and breeders' and exhibitors' full-page advertisements, featuring stunning photographs of prizewinning dogs.
Yearbooks and back numbers can be purchased from the Club stall at our shows and at Crufts, also from our Club Merchandise page.
Advertisers need not be BCC members. For Chihuahua breeders and exhibitors who wish to advertise in the Yearbook, advertisement order forms are available between 1st September - 31st December each year at shows, on request from the Hon Secretary or Hon Treasurer, or from our website. Some trade advertisements are also accepted. After compilation, editing and printing during January and February, the Yearbook goes on sale each year at Crufts in March.