Club Leadership

Carol White

Carol White

President

(831) 206-4051

Debra Buckner

Debra Buckner

Board Member

(208) 741-2071

Jeff Hahn

Jeff Hahn

Vice President

(770) 715-5861

Rachel Amov

Rachel Amov

Board Member

(619) 840-0935

Diana Martinez

Diana Martinez

Board Member

(707) 996-4224

Janet Dotson

Janet Dotson

Treasurer

760-575-4273
Jan Paulk

Jan Paulk

Board Member

(505)820-6408

Leslie Ayers

Leslie Ayers

Board Member

(540) 463-9435

Leslie Sharp

Leslie Sharp

Secretary

(502) 299-4272

Martha Davis
Martha Davis

Board Member

(940) 636-7106

Laura Smith
Laura Smith

Board Member

(850) 295-5409

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The ASDCA...

…is made up of over 200 owners and/or breeders of Anatolian Shepherd Dogs.

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The ASDCA...

…maintains the original National Registry; we have over 4,200 Anatolians registered with the ASDCA; over 1,400 are registered with AKC.

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The ASDCA...

…official publication, the “ANATOLIAN TIMES” is published three times a year and sent to each member of the organization. The Anatolian Times is full of information dealing with training (both for obedience and livestock protection), health tips, sound breeding practices, and articles and letters from members all over the world.

The ASDCA...

maintains an extensive library of printed information on the Anatolian Shepherd Dog, which is available to owners and the inquiring public.

Each fall, the ASDCA...

…sponsors its National Breed Specialty and Annual General Membership meeting. The Specialty is a three day affair; beginning with a banquet and ending with a membership get-together. Anatolian Shepherd Dogs from all backgrounds are welcomed at the specialty. Classes include conformation, obedience and working dogs.

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The Anatolian...

…is still considered a rare breed in the United States; but thanks to the efforts of the ASDCA, we are recognized by the AKC, UKC, & CKC.

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THE ANATOLIAN SHEPHERD DOG IS NOT FOR EVERYONE!

…This is not the dog for the person who wants to leave the dog chained up until he has the time for him. If not socialized and obedience trained, the dog may become unmanageable with strangers and, upon occasion, with his owner. The Anatolian needs to be familiar with the outside world.

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IF...

…you still feel the Anatolian Shepherd Dog is the breed for you and your family, take special care in selection of a breeder and the puppy. Learn all you can about this breed. While ownership of the Anatolian Shepherd Dog entails more responsibility and commitment than most any other breeds of dogs, the Anatolian Shepherd Dog can be a wonderful and intelligent companion, guardian, and friend.

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