American Newfoundland Clubs

Newfoundlands are considered a large dog breed, and they originally descend from a line bred for working dogs for fishermen. Though there are many clubs for these dogs around the United States, they are originally from the Colony of Newfoundland, now part of Canada. Newfoundlands are famous for being huge dogs that are muscular and […]

Brittany Clubs of the United States II

Brittanys are popular dogs in practically every state of America, and lots of these regional organizations are involved in field trials, hunt tests, horse back tests, specialty shows and other competitions or fun events. Greater Saint Louis Brittany Club The Greater St Louis Brittany Club was founded in the late 1950’s, and is still active […]

Boxer Clubs in the United States of America I

Boxers are a breed of dog that are stocky, short-haired and medium-sized. They have some staple physical characteristics, like broad, short skulls, strong jaws and an under bite. They belong to the mastiff group of dogs Boxers are one of the most popular breeds in the United States, and many different clubs exist in different […]

American German Shepherd Clubs

German Shepherds, also known as “Alsatians,” are a breed of dog originally designed for herding sheep. Today, these dogs are used for many different purposes, and there are many clubs around the United States devoted to them. German Shepherd Dog Club of America The German Shepherd Dog Club of America has been dedicated to this […]

American Pomeranian Clubs

Pomeranians are a Nordic dog breed which are fluffy and usually 3-7 pounds. There is one central club in the United States, as well as a number of regional clubs, social groups and rescues that are devoted to Poms. American Pomeranian Club The American Pomeranian Club was established in 1900, and is the sole official […]