Anatolian (Karabash) Dog Club
The Anatolian (Karabash) Dog Club exists to maintain the purity of its Karabash bloodlines and preserve the Karabash as a breed in Britain, just as the same dog has been preserved under the name Kangal in Turkey.
The Anatolian (Karabash) Dog Club was founded and registered with the Kennel Club in 1968. At least 14 affixes have been registered with the Kennel Club by AKDC members.
The Anatolian (Karabash) Dog Club is an active canine organisation with a strong programme of events which includes Good Citizens’ Test, Character Assessment, Annual Open Show, seminars and is supported by around 300 members in the UK and overseas.
The Anatolian (Karabash) Dog Club publishes a regular quarterly Newsletter with items of interest for pet owners and dog show exhibitors alike.
Enquiries about the breed and a list of active breeders of Karabash should be addressed to:
Mrs Roz Carr,
PRO and Rescue Co-Ordinator
24 North Road
Tel/Fax: ++ 44 (0)1946 822772
Should any Karabash owner find that they are unable to keep their dog, the breeder will always try to accommodate it. However, the Club’s Rescue Service is available to offer assistance and enquiries should be addressed to Mrs Roz Carr