Working Aptitude Evaluation (WAE)

WAE Background

The Doberman Pinscher Club of America was formed principally to preserve and protect the Doberman Pinscher and to do all possible to bring its natural qualities to perfection.

The perfection we seek is embodied in three sets of characteristics: those of conformation, those of temperament, and those of trainability. This Register of Merit Award and Working Aptitude Evaluation Program has, as its fundamental purpose, the recognition of Dobermans having those natural qualities of beauty and functional utility that make the breed what it was intended to be.

In order to earn a Working Aptitude Certificate (WAC), a Doberman must demonstrate the characteristics required of a dog to be a stable companion and resolute protector.

ROM/WAE CHAIRPERSON
John Schoeneman
DPCArom@dpca.org

WAE SECRETARY
Ainsley Burke
DPCAWAESecretary@dpca.org

ROM SECRETARY
Lesley Reeves-Hunt
DPCAROMSecretary@dpca.org

To view the list of test scores, click here.

Upcoming Evaluations

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Holding a WAE – Information for Clubs

Guidelines (rev Feb 2018)
Assistants Needed
Equipment List
Application (rev Apr 2019)
Entry Form
WAE scoresheet
Evaluator WAE Summary-For WAE EVALUATOR

To schedule a WAE, a DPCA Chapter Club or doberman group appoints a WAE coordinator. The coordinator picks a date and arranges for an evaluator. A current list of evaluators is available on this page. The coordinator completes the fill-in application then sends the application to the DPCA 2nd Vice President at DPCASecondVicePresident@dpca.org for approval. The coordinator will be notified if approved and the application will be forwarded to the WAE Secretary via email to DPCAWAESecretary@dpca.org.

Here is what you will need:

– Current list of approved WAE evaluators (available on this page)

– Application to sponsor a WAE (also available for download on this page)

– WAE Guidelines (also available for download on this page)

Please read the WAE Guide, which provides an overview and may help with planning. The application is a fill-in form, so it will be easier for host clubs to complete and return via e-mail. You can download the latest version of Adobe Reader at http://get.adobe.com/reader/?promoid=BUIGO


Criteria for approving an application:

– Incomplete applications will not be approved.

– WAEs scheduled for the same date must be a minimum distance of 200 miles from each other.

– Applications may be submitted a minimum of 30 days prior to the requested date.

After the 2nd VP receives a completed application, he/she will send a Letter of Approval and forward the application to the WAE Secretary. The WAE Secretary will then contact the coordinator and provide additional information or documents needed to successfully host the event. Information about the scheduled WAE shall be published on the ‘Upcoming Evals’ tab.

EVALUATORS:

The WAE Secretary shall maintain the list of approved evaluators.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Please be advised that you should use the most current documents that are provided to you via dpca.org, the DPCA 2nd VP or the WAE Secretary. Please delete any WAE documents you may have used in the past.




WAE Application

The sponsoring club is responsible for choosing and contacting an evaluator from those available to set a date and make all other arrangements. See WAE Guidelines.

All clubs must receive approval from the DPCA 2nd Vice President to hold a Working Aptitude Evaluation.

The application must be received by 2nd Vice President a minimum of 30 days prior to the requested WAE date.

NOTE: There is a $3.00 fee per dog tested. Check, made payable to DPCA, may be given to the evaluator who will forward it to the secretary when submitting evaluation results.

No certificates will be awarded until the WAE Secretary receives this fee.

Name Email
Eve Auch irongate@saber.net
Zelda Casanova sandiadobes@gmail.com
Pat Murphy-Cornelius murphyslaw@qnet.com
Eric Peterson Vikingphotographyutah@gmail.com
John Schoeneman schohaus1@aol.com

Information for Handlers

Handling your Doberman through the WAE
Handbook for Handlers (Nov2017)
ROM Application

It is the responsibility of the owner of the Doberman to submit all pertinent paper work to the ROM Secretary in order for a Doberman to be certified as a Register Of Merit. In order for your Doberman to qualify for this prestigious title, he or she must be an AKC Champion of Record, have earned an acceptable performance title and have passed the Working Aptitude Evaluation.
The owner needs to fill out the ROM Application and forward a copy of the AKC Championship certificate along with a copy of any allowed performance titles the dog has earned and a copy of the Working Aptitude Certificate to the ROM Secretary before the yearly August 1 deadline. When received and confirmed by the ROM Secretary, a letter will be issued to the owner. If you do not receive that letter within a reasonable period of time, please contact the ROM Secretary to see if there is a problem with the paper work.
Only an AKC championship qualifies the dog for this title. Canadian, Mexican, and International championships do not qualify. A list of acceptable performance titles is available on the ROM Titles tab.

Performance Titles Qualifying for a ROM

In order to earn the title of ROM, a Doberman must attain its AKC Championship, pass the DPCA Working Aptitude Evaluation (WAE) and
must have a qualifying working title.  The definition of a qualifying performance title follows:

A performance titles is an activity that requires a demonstration of trainability and teamwork, which includes obedience, tracking, protective, and/or other forms of functionality demonstrating the utility of the Doberman as related to its origins of the breed.

Below is a list of the working titles that meet this definition.

It is the responsibility of the owner of the Doberman to submit all pertinent paper work to the ROM Secretary in order for a Doberman to be certified as a Register Of Merit. In order for your Doberman to qualify for this prestigious title, he or she must be an AKC Champion of Record, have earned an acceptable performance title and have passed the Working Aptitude Evaluation.

The owner needs to fill out the ROM Application and forward a copy of the AKC Championship certificate along with a copy of any allowed performance titles the dog has earned and a copy of the Working Aptitude Certificate to the ROM Secretary before the yearly August 1 deadline. When received and confirmed by the ROM Secretary, a letter will be issued to the owner. If you do not receive that letter within a reasonable period of time, please contact the ROM Secretary to see if there is a problem with the paper work.

Only an AKC championship qualifies the dog for this title. Canadian, Mexican, and International championships do not qualify. A list of acceptable performance titles is available on the DPCA website.

OBEDIENCE
AKC UDC UKC DVG ASCA

CD

CDX

UD

UDX

OTCH

D-CD

D-CDX

D-UD

UCD

UCDX

UUD

UOCH

O-1

O-2

O-3

CD

CDX

UD

UDX

OTCH

 

TRACKING
AKC UDC ASCA DVG USA

TD

TDX

VST

CT

T-1

T-2

T-3

FH

FH2

TD

TDX

T-1

T-2

T-3

FH

FH2

FH

FH2

 

AGILITY
AKC UKC *NADAC USDAA **ASCA CPE

NA

OA

AX

MX

NAJ

OAJ

AXJ

MXJ

MACH

MACH II

MACH III

NAP

OAP

AXP

MXP

NJP

OJP

AJP

MJP

UAGI

UAGII

UACH

UACHX

NAC

NGC

NJC

OAC

OGC

OJC

EAC

EGC

EJC

NATCH

AD

AAD

MAD

JM

GM

SM

RM

ADCH

PDI

PDII

PDIII

PJ

PG

PS

APD

RS

RV

RJ

GS

GV

JS

JV

JJ

NATCH

CL2-R

CTL2-R

CL3-R

CTL3-R

CL4-R

CTL4-R

CL5-R

CTL5-R

* (all versions of the following titles; many will have another letter as a prefix or suffix)

** (all versions of the following titles will have at least a suffix of either N, O, or E)

RALLY
AKC

RA

RE

 

SCHUTZHUND
USA or DVG

BH

SchH I/IPO I/WDS I/IPG I

SchH II/IPO II/WDS II/IPG II

SchH III/IPO III/WDS III/IPG III

 

RING SPORT
NARA

Brevet

Ring 1

Ring 2

Ring 3

 

HERDING

AHBA

An instinct test/certification is not sufficient.

HTD I

HTD II

HTD III

HRD I

HRD II

HRD III

HTCh

 

SEARCH & RESCUE (SAR)
Any SAR Doberman which is both certified by a recognized organization and actively working (requires documentation) automatically meets the performance requirement for the ROM
NOSE WORK
National Association of Canine Scent Work (NACSW)

NW-1

NW-2

NW-3

AKC Scent Work
Scent Work Advanced (SWA)
Scent Work Excellent (SWE)
Scent Work Master (SWM)

 

Register of Merit (ROM) Certified Dobermans

You can view the list of ROM Certified Dobermans here

Suggested Reading on Temperament and Behavior

The following list of books is presented as the “basics” for an understanding of the subject matter of temperament and behavior. Books cannot substitute for observation, thinking, training and actual communicating, however. And this is as it should be when dealing with the phenomenal capability for observing minute changes in body language and gleaning from those changes volumes of meaning that our dogs have. In honor of their fidelity to us despite our frequent miscommunications, should we not also attempt the same?

There are many books already written about dog behavior and, it seems, more being published every day. This list is therefore by no means exhaustive. Nor is it a ringing endorsement of every concept set forth in the books listed.

Measuring Behavior by Martin and Bateson
Canine Behavior, A Guide for Veterinarians by Beaver
Help! My Dog has An Attitude by Bohenkamp
Purely Positive Training by Booth
Behavior Problems in Dogs by Campbell
The Intelligence of Dogs by Coren
The Art and Science of Judging Dogs by Curtis and Thelma Brown
Studying Animal Behavior by Dewsbury
The Dog Who Loved Too Much by Dr. Nicholas Dodman DVM
The Culture Clash by Jean Donaldson
Owner’s Guide to Body Behavior by Dunbar
Dog Behavior (Why Dogs do what they do) – Dr. Ian Dunbar
Anything (written) by Ian Dunbar
The Dog’s Mind (Understanding your Dog’s Behavior) – Bruce Fogle, DVM
Superdog (Raising the Perfect Canine Companion) – Michael W. Fox, DVM
Carnivore Behavior, Ecology and Evolution by Gittleman
The Dobermann Pinscher by Philip Greuning
Canine and Feline Behavioral Therapy by Hart and Hart
Adam’s Task – Vicki Hearne
Domestic Animal Behavior by Houpt
Smart Trainers Brilliant Dogs by Lewis
King Solomon’s Ring – Konrad Lorenz
Man Meets Dog by Konrad Lorenz
On Aggression by Lorenz
The Other End of the Leash by Patricia McConnell
Body Language and Emotion of Dogs by Milani
Clinical Behavioral Medicine for Small Animals by Overall
The New Knowledge of Dog Behavior – Clarence Pdfaffenberger.
A Dog and a Dolphin by Karen Pryor
Don’t Shoot the Dog by Karen Pryor
Lads Before the Wind by Karen Pryor
Excel-erated Learning by Pamela Reid
On Talking Terms with Dogs – Calming Signals by Rugaas
Animal Behavior by Scott
Genetics and the Social Behavior Of Dogs by Scott and Fuller
Understanding Your Dog – Eberhard Trumler.
The Complete Doberman Pinscher by Joanna Walker, et al.
Working Dogs by Warner and Humphreys

Schutzhund vs. WAE

I have been asked to briefly explain the difference between the WAE and Schutzhund and their goals.

Both are tests of temperament! However, they differ completely in structure and purpose! The WAE is a basic temperament test that requires no training. Each dog is evaluated at 7 stations, manned by untrained helpers. Schutzhund however, requires extensive training and an experienced helper or “decoy”. Schutzhund tests the dogs working ability and temperament under varying degrees of pressure applied by the “decoy.”

The WAE tests the temperament of a UNTRAINED dog. The “evaluator” scores each dogs reaction at each of the 7 testing stations. No training is required, nor preferred, to properly evaluate the dogs temperament. A trained dogs reaction, to any portion of the test, can be misleading and defeat the purpose of the test! The WAE is designed to give owners and breeders a better understanding of the dogs temperament, but not it’s working ability! A review of the test results will give a good understanding of the strengths and weakness of each dogs temperament. If you don’t test, your guessing! Informed breeding decisions will produce better temperaments in our breed! The WAE is judged by a DPCA evaluator who has completed an apprentice program and has been approved by the DPCA board.

Schutzhund tests the dogs “working ability” and “temperament.” Each phase of Schutzhund requires a trained dog and experienced handler. Team work is required for a successful passing score. Schutzhund is a 3 phase test. Tracking, obedience and protection! The untrained dog cannot and will not pass a Schutzhund test! Tracking requires training the dog to follow a scent on the path of the track layer and locate articles placed on the track. Obedience training is a fundamental or basic requirement at all Schutzhund phases and levels. The entry level (BH) training is comparable to the AKC obedience title “CD”. The higher levels require more extensive training. All phases, tracking, obedience and protection, require a dog under the absolute control of the handler!

Schutzhund is judged by licensed judges that have been approved after an extensive apprenticing program.

Schutzhund requires well trained dogs and experienced handlers at all levels!

The WAE tests temperament only and not “Working” ability! The WAE and Schutzhund normally tests and evaluates the dog away from its home environment. Schutzhund is considered a “Sport” providing competitions all around the world. The WAE is not a sport, it is a DPCA temperament testing program designed by the late “Vic Monteleon” and approved by the DPCA board.

Yours for the Total Doberman,

Ray Carlisle

Previous Evaluations

DateClubEvaluatorTotalPassedFailed
11/3/2019DPC of HawaiiSchoeneman826
9/21/2019Quaker City DPCSchoeneman19 9 10
10/4/2019DPC of Rocky MountainSchoeneman20 12 8
10/7/2019DPCASchoeneman30 18 12
9/7/2019DPC of Greater Des MoinesNOT HELD
8/26/2019DPC of Greater MontrealSchoeneman116 5
6/22/2019Greater Twin Cities DPCAuch1266
6/23/2019Cavalier DPCSchoeneman18810
6/29/2019Associated DPCs of OhioPeterson23 1112
6/30/2019United Doberman Club NYSchoeneman1486
7/14/2019Mt. Hood DPCAuch155 10
6/1/2019DPC of CharlottePeterson11 47
5/18/2019Vita Nova Doberman Club (UDC)Casanova12 93
4/27/2019Reno, Redwood Empire, Sacramento, Northern CaliforniaAuch1477
4/13/2019Atlanta DPCSchoeneman21 19 2
2/28/2019Desert Valley DPCAuch11 47
2/9/2019DPC of San Antonio/Greater Austin/HoustonPeterson14 86
11/24/2018Metropolitan Baltimore DPCSchoeneman16132
11/18/2018Golden West Dobermann Club UDC and San Fernando Valley DPCMurphy11 74
11/10/2018Aztec DPC/Los Angeles DPCMurphy835
10/10/2018DPCAPeterson23 7 16
10/8/2018DPC of Greater Kansas City & Indiana DPCPeterson2412 12
9/15/2018Quaker City DPCKargaard1358
9/8/2018HQ Annual Family ReunionSchoeneman18153
8/5/2018Puget Sound DPCAuch21813
6/23/2018Greater Twin Cities DPCAuch16511
6/29/2018Pilgrim DPC and Pine Tree State DPCSchoeneman19127
6/30/2018Associated DPCs of OhioAuch20515
6/2/2018Long Island DPCKargaard19613
5/19/2018DPC of DallasPeterson19118
5/5/2018DPCs of Nashville, MemphisPeterson532
5/3/2018Salt Lake DPCPeterson261511
4/28/2018DPCs of Reno and Northern CaliforniaAuch18513
4/27/2018Mid Central Working Doberman ClubSchoeneman23158
4/14/2018Atlanta DPCSchoeneman221210
3/1/2018Desert Valley DPCAuch15213
2/10/2018DPC of San Antonio and Greater Austin DPCPeterson23167
11/9/2017DPC of Rocky Mountain AreaMurphy1394
10/3/2017DPCAKargaard221111
10/2/2017DPCAAuch431825
9/23/2017Quaker CityKargaard1789
8/12/2017DPCs of Detroit ad MichiganKargaard1349
7/29/2017Greater Milwaukee/IlliniAuch22319
7/1/2017Associated Clubs of OhioAuch261016
6/24/2017Greater Twin Cities DPCAuch1899
6/17/2017DPC of FloridaSchoeneman1064
5/27/2017Cavalier DPCKargaard532
5/6/2017DallasCasanova16313
4/29/2017Reno, Sacramento, NorCal, Redwood EmpirePeterson20911
4/28/2017Mid-Central Working DobermansSchoeneman19136
4/15/2017AtlantaCasanova261016
3/2/2017Desert Valley, Tucson and Las VegasAuch1349
11/5/2016Aztec/San Fernando Murphy15114
10/10/2016DPCACornelius451827
10/9/2016DPCAMcLin1257
9/24/2016Quaker CitySchoeneman1174
9/10/2016Greater Des Moines, Indian NationsAuch16214
8/6/2016Mt. HoodCornelius1349
7/2/2016Associated DPCs of OhioAuch381919
7/1/2016Pilgrim, Pine Tree StateSchoeneman22139
6/25/2016Greater Twin Cities Schoeneman1266
6/11/2016Puget Sound DPCAuch291910
6/11/2016Potomac Valley DP of Northern VirginiaSchoeneman844
5/21/2016DPC of DallasPeterson291316
4/30/2016DPCs of Reno, Redwood Empire, Northern CaliforniaAuch17107
4/16/2016DPC of San Antonio, DPC of Austin, HoustonCasanova19118
4/9/2016DPC of Greater WichitaSchoeneman23158
4/2/2016DPC of CharlotteAuch17107
3/23/2016Desert Valley DPC of Phoenix AZAuch1037
11/5/2015DPC of The Rocky Mountain Area Schoeneman261214
10/24/2015DPC of Tappan ZeeSchoeneman18108
9/28/2015DPCASchoeneman25817
9/27/2015Long Island/Metropolitan Baltimore DPCs Auch271017
8/31/2015Greater MontrealSchoeneman1376
8/22/2015DPCs of Detroit and MichiganSchoeneman1046
6/27/2015Associated DPCs of OhioAuch15510
6/21/2015DPCs Nashville, Memphis, Greater Kansas CityAuch20137
6/20/2015Greater Twin Cities DPCSchoeneman19109
6/14/2015DPC of HawaiiCasanova1028
6/13/2015Reno/Redwood Empire/Northern CaliforniaAuch20614
6/13/2015DPC of IndianaSchoeneman752
5/23/2015CavalierSchoeneman281414
5/16/2015DallasCasanova1468
4/29/2015Salt Lake DPCPeterson1697
4/11/2015AtlantaSchoeneman23914
2/25/2015Desert Valley Doberman Pinscher ClubAuch1578
11/8/2014Aztec Doberman Pinscher Club of San Diego,San Fernando Valley DPCCornelius1073
10/6/2014DPCACasanova24420
10/5/2014DPC of Greater Des Moines, DPC of Las Vegas, DPC of the Indian NationAuch34727
9/20/2014Quaker City DPCCarlisle20515
9/19/2014Doberman Pinscher Club of MissouriCasanova19514
7/26/2014DPC of Greater Milwaukee and Illini DPCAuch411031
6/28/2014Associated Doberman Pinscher Clubs of OhioAuch271314
6/28/2014Pilgrim DPCSchoeneman321220
6/21/2014Greater Twin Cities DPCCornelius1477
6/14/2014DPC of Reno, DPC of Northern California, Redwood Empire DPC, Sacramento DPCPeterson1147
6/7/2014Puget Sound DPCAuch23149
5/17/2014DPC of DallasPeterson19109
3/29/2014DPC of CharlotteSchoeneman862
3/8/2014DPC of FloridaSchoeneman16151
2/26/2014Desert Valley DPC and Tucson DPC Auch16412
11/9/2013DPC of HoustonCasanova21138
11/2/2013Cavalier DPCSchoeneman211011
10/26/2013Greater Austin DPCCasanova743
10/14/2013DPCAPeterson21129
10/13/2013LADPC, SFVDPC, Aztec DPCAuch18108
9/21/2013Working Dobermans of KentuckySchoeneman1183
8/10/2013DPC of DetroitCasanova17611
7/6/2013Mt. Hood DPCCornelius1688
7/6/2013Potomac Valley DPCCarlisle505
6/29/2013Lakeshore DPC, Maumee Valley DPC, Miami Valley DPC, DPC of Columbus,DPC of Greater DaytonAuch19118
6/22/2013Greater Twin Cities DPCCornelius1899
6/15/2013DPCs of Reno, Redwood Empire, Northern CaliforniaPeterson261511
5/11/2013DPC of DallasCasanova615
4/25/2013DPC of the Rocky Mountain AreaPeterson1183
3/17/2013DPC of HawaiiPeterson1174
2/27/2013Desert Valley DPCAuch871
11/24/2012Metropolitan Baltimore DPCSchoeneman21417
11/3/2012Cavalier DPCSchoeneman532
10/27/2012DPC of Tappan ZeeCarlisle1569
10/1/2012DPCAMurphy-Cornelius251015
9/30/2012DPC of Greater DaytonAuch391722
9/22/2012Quaker City DPCCarlisle927
9/22/2012Pacific Northwest DPCMcLennan1174
8/18/2012DPC of MichiganCasanova1028
7/28/2012DPC Greater Milwaukee & Illini DPCAuch17512
6/30/2012Associated Doberman Pinscher Clubs of Ohio (Lakeshore DPC, DPC of Greater Dayton, DPC of Columbus, Maumee Valley DPC)Schoeneman1055
6/23/2012DPC Reno, lead club, plus DPC Norcal, Redwood Empire DPC, & Sacramento DPCAuch1037
6/23/2012Greater Twin Cities DPC Murphy-Cornelius22814
6/23/2012DPC of IndianaSchoeneman752
5/19/2012DPC of DallasCasanova835
5/2/2012Salt Lake DPCCarlisle1147
3/30/2012DPC CharlotteSchoeneman18135
2/29/2012Desert Valley DPC and Tucson DPCAuch945
11/5/2011Cavalier DPCSchoeneman14113
10/22/2011Potomac Valley DPCCarlisle1064
10/3/2011DPCAMcLin251114
9/24/2011Quaker City DPC Casanova17611
9/23/2011DPC of MissouriSchoeneman1697
9/18/2011Aztec DPC of San Diego,Los Angeles DPC,SanFernando Valley DPCMcLennan22715
9/9/2011DPC Rocky Mountain AreaMcLennan835
8/29/2011DPC of Greater MontrealSchoeneman1596
8/20/2011DPC of DetroitSchoeneman20137
8/18/2011Puget Sound DPC Auch251213
7/2/2011Associated DP clubs of OhioMcLin954
6/18/2011Cascade DPCMcLennan1055
6/18/2011DPC NashvilleAuch1248
6/11/2011Pilgrim DPCMcLennan1055
6/4/2011DPC of Reno, DPC of NorCal, Redwood Empire DPC, Sacramento DPCCasanova19514
5/14/2011DPC DallasStade19118
4/16/2011DPC HoustonCasanova826
4/9/2011Long Island DPCSchoeneman1679
3/2/2011Desert Valley DPCAuch743
12/11/2010DPC of FloridaSchoeneman835
10/30/2010DPC of Tappan ZeeSchoeneman1789
10/30/2010Greater Austin DPC, DPC of San AntonioCasanova1248
10/4/2010DPCASchoeneman26719
9/25/2010Quaker City DPC, Doberman Breeders Assn of Penn JerseyCarlisle1138
9/11/2010DPC of Greater Des MoinesCarlisle1037
8/8/2010DPC of MichiganSchoeneman1064
8/1/2010DPC of HawaiiSchoeneman505
7/31/2010DPC of Greater MilwaukeeAuch28622
7/18/2010Pine Tree State DPCCasanova201010
7/3/2010Associated DPC of OhioSchoeneman1147
6/5/2010DPC NorCal, Reno, Sacramento, Redwood EmpireAuch20119
5/29/2010Cavalier DPCSchoeneman1477
5/16/2010Cascade DPCWilcock24420
5/15/2010DPC of DallasCasanova743
5/1/2010DPC of HoustonCasanova853
4/30/2010UDCAuch30219
4/17/2010Atlanta DPCMcLennan19118
3/3/2010Desert Valley DPCAuch1183
10/12/2009DPCAStade251015
10/11/2009DPC of Greater DaytonAuch281315
10/4/2009Pilgrim DPCStade19811
9/26/2009Illini DPC, DPC of IndianaStade1147
9/19/2009Quaker City DPC, DPBA of Penn JerseyCarlisle241311
9/13/2009Aztec DPC of San DiegoWilcock19415
9/4/2009DPC of Rocky Mountain AreaCarlisle15312
8/15/2009Memphis DPCSchoeneman1266
8/8/2009DPC of DetroitSchoeneman1138
7/25/2009DPC of Greater MilwaukeeAuch321616
6/27/2009Lakeshore,Maumee Valley, DPC of Columbus,DPC of Greater Dayton, Miami ValleyAuch1697
6/27/2009Metro Baltimore DPCSchoeneman1569
6/14/2009Mt. Hood DPCWilcock936
5/30/2009Reno, Cabrillo, DPC of NorCal, Redwood Empire, Sacramento DPCAuch211110
5/23/2009Cavalier DPCSchoeneman1248
5/9/2009DPC of DallasStade642
4/26/2009UDCStade1697
4/19/2009DPC of HawaiiAuch1688
4/13/2009British Columbia DPCCarlisle1468
4/11/2009Atlanta DPCSchoeneman241014
2/25/2009Desert Valley DPCAuch642
11/16/2008DPC of CharlotteSchoeneman241014
11/13/2008Tucson DPCAuch312
10/13/2008DPCAMcLin25718
10/12/2008DPC of Missouri, Salt Lake City DPCCarlisle25817
9/28/2008DPC NorCal, Redwood EmpireAuch30525
9/20/2008Quaker City DPC, DPBA of Penn JerseyCarlisle18144
8/23/2008Doberman Rescue of MNStade13211
8/16/2008Puget Sound DPCAuch25169
8/9/2008DPC of MichiganSchoeneman22517
8/2/2008DPC of Columbus, Greater Dayton, Lakeshore, Miami ValleyAuch1037
7/20/2008Pine Tree State DPCFurci1486
7/13/2008Tri-State Doberman ClubCarlisle13103
6/28/2008Maumee Valley DPCMcLin431
5/11/2008UDCCarlisle19181
5/10/2008DPC of DallasCasanova826
4/5/2008DPC of Greater Wichita, DPC of Indian Nations, DPC of Greater Kansas CityCarlisle21714
4/5/2008DPC of HoustonCasanova303
4/4/2008DPC of Las VegasAuch1147
11/18/2007DPC of CharlotteSchoeneman835
11/4/2007Working Dobes of the Carolinas StadeStade431
10/28/2007BC Dog TrainingAuch1376
10/27/2007DPC of San Antonio, Greater Austin DPCCasanova17413
10/1/2007DPCAMcLennan261313
9/30/2007DPCAFurci251312
9/22/2007Quaker City DPC, DPBA of Penn-JerseyAuch291514
9/8/2007DPC of Greater Des MoinesAuch734
9/7/2007DPC of the Rocky Mtn. AreaCasanova1248
8/25/2007Doberman Rescue MinnesotaStade21318
8/19/2007Aztec DPC/LADPCWilcock945
8/11/2007DPC of DetroitSchoeneman28217