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Listed below are the associations/clubs that have been officially recognized by the American Kennel Club as the Parent Organization for the breeds in the Herding group. These sites have a great amount of information specific to the breed they represent, including history, standards, upcoming events, and much more.

If you are interested in a particular breed in the Herding group, we highly recommend you visit the site of that breed’s parent organization, and read up as much as you can on them.

Currently there are 26 websites listed for the Herding group.

Navigate to additional listings using the links below and at the bottom of the page.

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Australian Cattle Dog Club of America

The Australian Cattle Dog Club of America, Inc. is a non-profit organization functioning as the parent club for AKC registered Australian Cattle Dogs. States Australian Shepherd Association

United States Australian Shepherd Association

The Official Web Site of the United States Australian Shepherd Association (USASA), member of the American Kennel Club. Collie Club of America

Bearded Collie Club of America

The AKC recognized official web site representing the Bearded Collie. Founded in 1969 after Larry and Maxine Levy decided to attempt AKC recognition of the breed. Beauceron Club

American Beauceron Club

The American Beauceron Club is a membership association comprised of dedicated Beauceron fanciers. Its purpose is to ensure the proper education of the public about the Beauceron, furthering the advancement and integrity of the breed, and providing a forum for fellow enthusiasts to share their experiences, knowledge and love for their dogs. Belgian Malinois Club

American Belgian Malinois Club

The American Belgian Malinois Club Inc. (ABMC) is the organization of the fanciers of the Belgian Malinois in the United States of America. Sheepdog Club of America

Belgian Sheepdog Club of America

As a parent club to the breed, we are dedicated to promoting, preserving, and protecting our Belgian Sheepdogs. The website provides information on all of the many activities our Belgian Sheepdogs participate in. Belgian Tervuren Club

American Belgian Tervuren Club

The American Belgian Tervuren Club was formed in 1960 shortly after the AKC gave the Belgian Tervuren separate breed status from the Belgian Sheepdog. There were just 12 charter members. Now membership is over 1000. Sheepdog Club of America

Bergamasco Sheepdog Club of America

Established in 1996, the Bergamasco Sheepdog Club of America, BSCA, is the first official U.S. club for the breeding, showing, and dissemination of information regarding the Bergamasco Sheepdog. Collie Society of America

Border Collie Society of America

The Border Club of America (BCSA) was formed in the Fall of 1990 to promote acceptance of the breed by the AKC. It was recognized as the Parent Club for the Border Collie in 1996. The BCSA's philosophy is to protect the Border Collie as a versatile dog with a strong work ethic. Bouvier des Flandres Club

American Bouvier des Flandres Club

We are a club that functions with a lot of volunteers. Without these people we would not have a club. They do their jobs for the love of the breed and want to preserve it for the future. Club of America

Briard Club of America

The Briard Club of America was founded in 1928 to preserve, protect and promote the welfare of the breed and to educate its members in all aspects of stewardship of the Briard. Dog Club of America

Canaan Dog Club of America

The Canaan Dog Club of America's (CDCA) primary objective is to encourage and promote the breeding of pure-bred Canaan Dogs and to do all possible to bring their natural qualities to perfection. The CDCA was formed in 1965 with the arrival of the first four Canaan Dogs to the United States. Welsh Corgi Club of America

Cardigan Welsh Corgi Club of America

The Cardigan Welsh Corgi Club of America (CWCCA) is the parent club for the Cardigan Welsh Corgi breed, and is a member of the AKC. We hope our site is able to provide you with useful information about the breed. Club of America

Collie Club of America

The Collie Club of America was formed on August 26, 1886, which makes it one of the oldest specialty clubs in existence. The club has grown from a mere 50 members to the 1,970 members of today. Its original objectives remain the same today. Entlebucher Mountain Dog Association

National Entlebucher Mountain Dog Association

The National Entlebucher Mountain Dog Association was founded in 1998 and is the AKC parent breed club for the Entlebucher in North America. NEMDA® is dedicated to protecting and advancing quality breeding and ownership of the Entlebucher Mountain Dog.

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