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2017 AWDF All Breed IPO Championship
1st place - Mike Diehl with Gazze von der Kleinen Birke
2nd place - Bridget Carlson with Moolah ot Vitosha
3rd place - Tim Cutter with Ace vom Haus Tyson
4th place Diamond Hansel with Mohawk's Scooter
5th place Frank Phillips with Kliff vom Floyd Haus
NEWS! NEWS! NEWS!!
Information on the proposed IPO RULE CHANGES can be found in the News section of the website!
New AWDF Sanction Policy check the Documents section of the website
Thank you Sondra Rolison for representing the USA/AWDF at the 2017 FCI IPO FH Championship
The American Working Dog Federation does not support the decision to remove stick hits from the protection phase of the 2017 FCI IPO Championship and is opposed to revisions of the FCI rules that remove stick hits.
The American Working Dog Federation (AWDF) was founded on June 17, 1989 in St. Louis, Missouri. Its ongoing purpose is to develop awareness in the United States of the need to provide a strong foundation for, and to represent the working dog throughout the world.
Mission and Goals
The goals shared by all member clubs of the AWDF include:
- To preserve and protect the working heritage and character of the various working breeds.
- To have American working titles recorded and recognized internationally and to preserve our pedigree system. All member clubs either have developed or are in the process of developing registry systems that meet the international standard.
- To become affiliated with the Federation Cynologique Internationale (FCI). The FCI, a world recognized organization, acknowledges just one registry per nation. The AWDF is an applicant member of FCI. Presently, the AWDF participates as a guest member at FCI meetings and invitational events.