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The First, Largest and Only, True King Shepherd Club dedicated
to the preservation and future of the King Shepherd Breed
The American King Shepherd Club, Inc. 

The King Shepherd Dog is a rare breed which closely resembles a large German Shepherd Dog. These wonderful dogs were selectively bred to be large, loyal and loving family companions and protectors. Despite their size, they are remarkably athletic, having incredible ability and endurance. They are also extremely intelligent and easy to train. While Kings can be protective, they are nonetheless quite gentle and loving with their families and friends. King Shepherds are very handsome dogs that turn heads wherever they are seen. The owners of this fantastic breed tend to be fiercely loyal to their breed of choice.   For more information on the King Shepherd Breed or the American King Shepherd Club (AKSC, Inc), please contact:
   Shelley Watts-Cross  -    703-737-3813
   Cheryn Jarvis  - 215-471-3480
   Debbie O’Connell  -    973-839-7595

Biewer Breed Club of America, Inc.

Biewer Breed Club of America, Inc.

Over the last 4 years, the BBCA, Inc., and it’s members from all over the world, have been actively promoting this companion breed and introducing it to North America while continuing to work with Germany.   The breed originated in Germany and has been in existence for over 25 years.  The BBCA endorses only Biewer to Biewer breeding for our members, as we feel that this is the only true way to have the breed flourish.  We have established a registry called the Biewer Breed International Registry, The BBIR, which is open to all for Biewer registrations here in America and abroad.  You do not have to be club affiliated to register your Biewers with us.   The Biewer is a lively little companion dog with a strong will to please.  Their tri-colored coat, if kept long, is high maintenance.  Many people decide to shorten the coat  and with daily brushing, it can be kept beautiful.  Please visit our website at and get to know the Biewer.


     The American Association of the Coton de Tulear offers its members a strong commitment to unparalleled support and service uniting us in the common goal to preserve and protect this magnificent, rare breed.
     The Coton de Tulear is a sturdy small breed. It's origins trace back to the Island of Madagascar. The Coton de Tulear has
a happy temperament, is very sociable with humans and with other dogs, making it an wonderful companion. The temperament of the Coton de Tuléar is one of the main characteristics of the breed. They are also very easy to train and very willing to please, resulting in excellence in conformation, agility and obedience disciplines.
     The AACDT is proud to be the parent club of the Coton de Tulear for NAKC/Rarities. NAKC/Rarities  will sponsor both our Regional and National Specialties. We'll be enjoying 4 Regional Specialties and our National Specialty under their auspices.
     For additional information, visit our web site at or contact Eileen Boyer Narieka, AACDT President at or 610-926-1681