– the aspiring Deutsch-Drahthaar Hunting dogs Organisation
As the organization of Hunting Dogs in the city of Utah, United States of America, our mission is to:
Encourage and promote the keeping and breeding of purebred dogs and to improve their quality.
- Educate dog owners of their responsibilities.
To support and encourage dog owners to obedience train their dogs.
Organise, regularize and promote competitive hunting dogs events.
Advance drahthaar hunting dogs interests, its companionship and values.
The Utah Drahtaar Organisation (UDO) was registered on 24 September 1982 as a non-profit organization without having to use the word “Limited.”
We are recognized nationally through our global and regional affiliations, as the Utah Deutsch-Drahthaar Hunting Dogs group.
Just like other public hunting dogs clubs, we register Pedigree dogs and issue our 3 generation Pedigree Certificate. Before the publication of our Pedigree Certificate, Litter Inspectors inspect the puppies to verify the breed, sex and most importantly, the microchip number. Those who own purebred dogs can get their dogs Breed certified after 2 Inspectors have inspected the said dog and both confirm that it is the breed for which an application was made.
Hunting Dogs Names.
It is a made-up word by breeders of not more than 12 letters and must not be hyphenated. The Kennel Name/Affix is registered with the international canine body i.e. the Federation Cynologique Internationale (FCI). Once registered with the FCI, no other breeder (internationally) can use the Kennel Name/Affix.