American Rare Breed Association

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American Rare Breed Association
Abbreviation ARBA
Motto "To serve and protect the "Rare Breed Dog" here in the United States"
Formation 1991
Type Non-profit organization
Purpose Humanitarian
Headquarters 9921 Frank Tippett Road Cheltenham MD 20623
Website www.arba.org

The American Rare Breed Association or ARBA is a national dog association of the United States, based in Cheltenham, Prince George's County, Maryland. The club was formed to register, show, educate and promote the breeding of uncommon dog breeds. ARBA handles breeds recognized by the Fédération Cynologique Internationale or by its own board of directors that are not yet recognized by the American Kennel Club.

Services[edit]

Some of the ARBA's services include

  • Registering Rare Dog Breeds
  • Conforming Rare Dog Breed Shows
  • Seminars For Judges
  • Conforming Dog Shows
  • Public Awareness & Education
  • Giving Obedience and Championship Titles
  • Canine Citizenship Program

Breeds in the ARBA[edit]

Companion[edit]

Herding[edit]

Spitz[edit]

Hound[edit]

Terrier[edit]

Sporting[edit]

Working[edit]

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