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Christie M
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AWDF Affiliation

Post by Christie M » Thu Apr 07, 2011 9:39 pm

Quoting Les Flores:
"As of April 7, 2011 the WDSA is a full member of the AWDF"
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Re: AWDF Affiliation

Post by leih merigian » Fri Apr 08, 2011 3:10 pm

Let's see if I've got it right...

So, the Working Dutch Sheperd Association is now part of the American Working Dog Association? (Sometimes I have a hard time keeping all the acronyms straight :yernuts: ).

Well, assuming that's a good thing, then I say, Horray! (I know the political machinations are endless in all these groups, and being ignorant of any of the issues, it's not always apparent from such simple fact...)

So, Christie, what will this mean for the DS? What difference will this make? I assume there will be opportunites to compete in more protection venues and etc.?
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