Weimaraner Club of America

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The purpose of the Weimaraner Club of America is to bring together the owners and breeders of purebred Weimaraners in a concerted effort to preserve the desirable traits in the Weimaraner; to develop the standards set forth and further the interest in the breed through activities such as fields trials, water tests, rating trials, and futurities, as well as encouraging the entering of our dogs in conformation classes in bench shows, obedience and tracking contests. The WCA has established a Code of Ethics to protect and advance the interests of the Weimaraner.

The WCA sponsors a national specialty show, a national field championship trial, regional field classic trials and field futurities, national and regional bench futurities and maturities, and a national tracking test.

The Weimaraner Magazine is published by the WCA on a monthly basis and is included in the annual membership dues. The magazine chronicles the activities and events of the WCA and of the local clubs in addition to offering general breed information of interest to members.

In addition to the national club, local clubs sponsor events such as field trials, specialty shows, obedience trials, tracking tests and ratings tests. All of the local clubs are accredited by the AKC. Individuals interested in learning more about the breed are strongly encouraged to join their local club.

If you would like more information about the Weimaraner Club of America, or would like to learn how to join, please visit their web site or contact:

Weimaraner Club of America
PO Box 2907
Muskogee, OK 74402-2907
Tel: 918-686-6027


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