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North American Working Airedale Terrier Association

Becoming a Member

 

 

 

 

 

 

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We are looking for people interested in joining our organization and promoting the working Airedale Terrier

 

Who Can Join?

Annual dues are $25.00, payable on or before January 1. New members joining July 31 through Dec 31, pay one-half annual dues. All memberships receive one subscription to the newsletter, a membership card, and scorebook(first to dogs’ scorebooks are covered within the membership dues).

 

Types of memberships include Individual or Family (Family Dues are $35.00, recognizing 2 persons as individual full members). This form may be copied. For renewal of membership, please fill in name, and use the rest of the form to note any changes in your address, etc.

How Can You Join?

Membership Application

To join we need a completed application and membership dues. Please contact us for more information.

NAWATA also has Club Membership Designations. Member Club benefits include the ability to hold Breed Surveys and NAWATA events.

 

Contact Us at:

Airedale_NAWATA@yahoo.com

Benefits of Joining

There are several benefits to becoming a member of our organization. We provide a newsletter, scorebook, and membership card that is used for working Airedale events. You can also represent the organization at American Working Dog Federation (AWDF) sanctioned events. Additionally, if you have an interest in the Airedale breed then you already have a vested interest in Airedale breeding practices, reasons for breeding, and of course seeing to it that we maintain a very high standard for the things that we want to see in the breed in the years to come.