Doberman Pinscher Clubs in the United States

Doberman Pinschers are popular domsetic dogs who are known to be intelligent and alert.

There is a centralized American club that is dedicated to this breed, along with many different charter clubs around the country.

Doberman Pinscher Club of America

The Doberman Pinscher Club of America is a national club under the American Kennel Club that has over 2,000 members from all 50 states, as well as in some foreign countries. Their main mission is to promote the qualities of the breed and bring them to perfection. They are also involved in national specialty shows.

People who want to join the Doberman Pinscher Club of America should check out their Membership page.

Doberman Pinscher Club of Sacramento

The Doberman Pinscher Club of Sacramento was established in 1966, and is involved in local education, contacts, resources, training, events and guidance regarding the breed. They take part in many activities, such as specialty shows, sweepstakes, obedience trials and workshops.

Los Angeles Doberman Pinscher Club

The Los Angeles Doberman Pinscher Club was founded in 1953, and holds specialty shows and puppy sweepstakes. They also hold educational programs around Los Angeles, as well as club meetings. This club welcomes new members to join.

Quaker City Doberman Pinscher Club

This Pennsylvania club holds meetings six times throughout the year, along with an annual Doberman specialty show, Working Aptitude Evaluation and Cardio Clinic. They are also welcome to new members applying.

Doberman Pinscher Club of Memphis

This Tennessee club holds monthly meetings, as is open to new members. They also list Dobermans that are up for adoption.

Doberman Pinscher Club of Nashville

The DPC of Nashville holds a specialty show every year, and welcomes members who have all sorts of interests in this breed, from conformation to fly ball to judging to breeding. They also organize meetings that provide educational resources.

Doberman Pinscher Club of the Rocky Mountain Area Inc

The DPCRMA has been around since 1960, and is today very active with monthly meetings, breed showcases, seminars, all-breed shows. They also host an annual specialty for Dobermans with puppy sweepstakes and conformation. Some of their members also provide local litter listings, when available. Those interested in joining should read this.

Atlanta Doberman Pinscher Club

The ADPC has members around Georgia who are involved in meetings, two annual specialty shows and temperament testing. This club also puts on educational activities like dog massage lessons, acupuncture lectures, Canine Good Citizenship Tests, agility fun days and other related things. They are also involved in local rescue resources, as well as breeder referral.

Click here for further information on membership with the ADPC.

Metropolitan Baltimore Doberman Pinscher Club

The MBDPC is a group of Doberman lovers and owners who sponsor trials and matches, obedience trials and temperament tests. They hold monthly meetings that welcome visitors.

Pilgrim Doberman Pinscher Club

The Pilgrim Doberman Pinscher Club is based in Massachusetts, and dates back to its establishment in 1973. They hold general meetings about every other month, some of which have educational seminars on topics like acupuncture and evaluating Doberman puppies. They also are connected with breeder referral.

New England residents who are interested in this club should read their Membership Information.

Puget Sound Doberman Pinscher Club

This Washington club was founded in 1962, and holds bi-monthly meetings, along with specialty shows and other events. They also list breeders around the state, and support rescue efforts in the area. People in this area who wish to join should read the membership process.

Doberman Pinscher Club of the Tappen Zee

The DPCTZ is a small club based in New York State, and they are involved with events like specialty shows, obedience trials and puppy sweepstakes. They also organize educational seminars regarding dogs.

Doberman Pinscher Club of Charlotte

The Doberman Pinscher Club of Charlotte has members around this metro area in North Carolina. They host an annual Doberman Pinscher Show and Obedience Trial each fall, and do working aptitude tests every other year. They hold monthly meetings as well. Anyone interested in becoming a member should read the Application for Membership.

Doberman Pinscher Club of Columbus Ohio

The Doberman Pinscher Club of Columbus Ohio holds activities like organized events and members meetings. People in the area who want to become part of this club should look at their application.

Miami Valley Doberman Pinscher Club, Inc

This Ohio club now holds agility trials, as well as meetings, specialty shows, holiday parties, picnics, and Combined Working Aptitude Evaluation tests. They also do breeder referral.

Doberman Pinscher Club of Dallas

The DPCD is involved in monthly club meetings, conformation shows, national specialties, educational seminars and Working Aptitude Evaluations.

Doberman Pinscher Club of Houston

The Doberman Pinscher Club of Houston hosts two annual specialty shows and sponsors Working Aptitude Evaluations. They usually do an annual spring picnic and holiday party. This club also provides breeder referrals for around Texas, and support some local rescue resources.

Utah Dobes

Utah Dobes is a combination of the Salt Lake Doberman Pinscher Club and the Utah Doberman Rescue. Many of its members are very active, taking part in parades, fun days, fundraisers and specialty shows. They list dogs for adoption, and give tips on adopting puppies and dogs.

Click here to read a membership application.

Cavalier Doberman Pinscher Club

This Virginia club was established in 1949, and has since been involved in member meetings, specialties, summer pool parties, Christmas parades and award banquets.

Upcoming Pet Events in the Carolinas

Lots of crazy dog events are going on this May in the Carolinas, ranging from concerts to contests to fundraiser dog washes!


Tanglewood Park

Clemmons, North Carolina

May 15

Woofstock will be a fun family and dog-friendly event to be held in Tanglewood Park’s amphitheater. The Forsyth Humane Society will put on this event to raise money for the shelter and its animals. It will go on from 1:00-10:30 PM. It costs $10 in advance for adults and $15 at the gate, and $5 for children 4-12, free for children under 4.

There will be a large abundance of activities, ranging from pet themed activities, face painting, as well as live music. Local vendors will be selling food, beer and wine.

Wash N Wags

Camp Bow Wow

Durham, North Carolina

May 15

Wash N Wags is holding a benefit dog wash event for the Doberman Rescue of North Carolina. It will go on from 11:00 AM-3:30 PM, and the price is $10 for small dogs, $15 for medium ones and $20 for the large ones. Apart from clean dogs, there will also be food, vendors and raffle prizes.

Kannapolis Intimidators Bark in the Park

Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium

Kannapolis, North Carolina

May 16

The Kannapolis Indimidators minor league baseball team will be hosting a Bark in the Park Event, and gates will open at 4:05, and everything will wrap up by 10:00 PM. It costs $7 for a person and dog, and along with getting to watch a live baseball game, there will also be dog oriented games, contests and giveaways. They will also have dog walking areas and bathroom areas set up.

NC Wiener Roast

Castle McGulloch

High Point, North Carolina

May 22

This crazy wiener event is meant to reunite Dachshund rescuers with their former foster parents. It is a free festival that will go on from 10:00 AM-3:30 PM. There will be all sorts of fun activities like wiener races, wieners bobbing for wieners, costume contest, silent auction and dog kissing contest. This is a free event.

Bark in the Park

Lake Carolina’s Dog Park

Columbia, South Carolina

May 22

This event will start with a breakfast at 9:30 AM, and will be catered by the Pupcakes Boutique. It will cost $12.

Then the actual Bark in the Park will start at 10:00 AM and go on until noon. Both of the small and large dog parks will be full of activities, like a splash bath, dog art projects and pooch portraits. There will also be a few contests, like best costume and loudest bark, as well as music. This event costs $10 per dog.