ABOUT DPC Of Reno
The Doberman Pinscher Club Of Reno was founded in 1988. The full Constitution & By-Laws can be found at the link above. The Objectives of the Club are as follows (from Section 2 of By-Laws):
A. To promote the public's knowledge and appreciation of dogs in general and Doberman Pinschers in particular;
B. To produce, publish, and distribute to the general public educational materials about the proper care, treatment, breeding, health, development, and training of Doberman Pinschers;
C. To support and promote study and research on the history, character, breeding, genetics, and particular health problems of the Doberman Pinscher.
D. To further understanding of the disease, defects, injuries, and other ailments that afflict dogs in general and Doberman Pinschers in particular;
E. To acknowledge and advance the critical role of an American Kennel Club (AKC) recognized chapter club in providing education, health research, and support of rescue, and reduction of overpopulation for the benefit of the general public, purebred dogs, and Doberman Pinschers in particular;
F. To conduct activities and events as may be held under the rules of the AKC and the Doberman Pinscher Club Of America (DPCA) in furtherance of the above purposes;
G. To otherwise preserve and protect the Doberman Pinscher and to do all things possible to perfect its natural qualities;
H. To urge members and breeders to accept the standard of the breed as approved by the American Kennel Club as the only standard of excellence by which the Doberman Pinscher Shall be judged.