Welcome to the Kangal Dog Club of America

Join us for The Kangal Dog National Show on May 23!

We are proud to announce this year's National Specialty. The UKC Show will take place Saturay, May 23rd, at 3pm. It will be judged by Sue Haase. For complete information on the event, visit the UKC website.

Location: McKinley Park, 925 Riverside Drive, Reno, NV 89503
Phone(775) 334-2414;

Directions:From Sparks NV or Highway 80 W, take Keystone Ave exit (#12). Keep left at the fork in the ramp, turn slight left onto Keystone Ave. Stay on Keystone to Riverside Drive. Turn left onto Riverside Dr. Park is on the left.

For more information, Download this Flyer or contact:
Allyson Taylor: (559) 284-9303 apielop@aol.com
Event Secretary, Stuart Richens: (828) 685-1170 kdca@banksmountainfarm.com

What is the Kangal breed?

The Kangal Dog is a native Turkish livestock guardian breed, and in Turkey this historic breed goes by no other name. It is registered in the USA by the United Kennel Club (UKC), a respected registry for over 100 years, whose focus is on the "Total Dog."

The Kangal Dog Club of America (KDCA) is the National UKC Breed Club for the Kangal Dog.

Thinking of buying a Kangal Dog?

Be sure to read these important articles first!

Notice: We are always looking for qualified adoption homes for Kangal Dogs! Please see our Rescue page for contacts!

Membership

Do you own a Kangal Dog?
Want to meet others who own the same wonderful breed? Download the PDF membership form, and send it in to begin!

Contact the KDCA to:

  • Subscribe to our membership email list
  • And share stories and training tips with other Kangal owners!

Kangal Dog Registration

Registration of your dog is important to:

  • Establish your dog as a purebred Kangal Dog
  • Protect the integrity of the Kangal Dog gene pool
  • Provide puppy owners with official pedigrees

Click here for info on Single Registration

Contact the Single Registration Committee to learn about UKC Registration for imported dogs and their progeny.

For more information about the United Kennel club, visit www.ukcdogs.com