Partecipate at the 7th ADA National Sieger Show Championship!

To award:

- Sieger and Siegerin American Dobermann 2009
- ADA Champion
- CAC Certificate for the American Champion Title

Hosted by the American Dobermann Association (ADA) - June 6-7, 2008

Judge: Norbert Daube, DV-Germany

All entries must be postmarked no later than May 20, 2009.
After May 20, add US$ 20 for late fee.


German ZTP
$ 180 ADA member
$ 250 non member
Print Entry Form
National Sieger Show Championship
$ 50 Youth class
$ 70 Adult class
Print Entry Form
Championat Class (requires SchH1 & ZTP to entry)
$ 80 ADA member
$ 150 non member
Print Entry Form
Make checks or money orders in US funds only, & send to:
American Dobermann Association (ADA)
P.O. Box 2231 - Snohomish, WA 98291-2231 USA
Ph. 425-397-7630 - Fax 425-397-8747
The field is Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County Farm and Education Center, which is located in Long Island, NY at 350 Yaphank Avenue, Yaphank, NY 11980. Local Contact: Mr. Sean Salke, Ph. 631-478-2128 and Mr. James Grant, Ph. 203-730-8250.
HOTEL: La Quinta Inn and Suites at 10 Aero Road, Bohemia, NY 11716 - Ph. 800-531-5900.
CATALOG ADVERTISING (Size: 8.5" x 11")
-Back Cover US$ 145
-Inside Front Cover US$ 120
-Inside Back Cover US$ 120
-Full Page Black & White US$ 80
-Half Page Black & White
US$ 50

Advertising deadline is May 20, 2009
Send Ad to ADA Office, at P.O. Box 2231, Snohomish, WA 98291-2231 USA

VENDORS - Commercial Booth Space: Space is available by advance reservation. Cost is $200 for 10' x 10' space.
For more information, contact ADA office at (425)397-7630 or americandobermann@verizon.net. ADA accepts no liability for any loss or damage to booth's content. Only dogs entered to the event are permitted in the booth area. Thank you.
T-SHIRTS in adult sizes M-L-XL-XXL-XXXL are available at US$ 20.
TROPHY DONATIONS: Trophy donators will receive recognition in the National Catalog in the following category:
$100 or more
$ 50 or more
$ 25 or more
$ 10 or more

Make your check (U.S. funds only) payable to ADA, and mail to ADA Trophy Donations, P.O. Box 2231, Snohomish, WA 98291-2231 USA

TROPHIES & AWARDS: All Dobermann entered in the Sieger Show will receive a written critique & diploma signed by Judge.
1st place in all classes will receive an award. Other special prices include:
-Best Baby Class -Best Open Class -Best of Breed
-Best Juniores Class -Best Working Class -Best Couple
-Best Youth Class -Best Champion Class -Best Zuchgruppen
-Best Young Class -Best Veteran Class -Best Progeny Group
Saturday June 6, 2009 ZTP
12:00 PM Registration.
2:00 PM Starts ZTP.
6:00 PM ZTP ends.
7:00 PM Social Dinner with Judge. Please RSVP by May 28, 2009
8:30 AM Sieger Show registration & documents' check
10:00 AM Beginning Judgment of CAC Show.
12:30 PM Break for lunch.
2:00 PM Resumes Judging.
4:30 PM Closing Ceremony and Awards forChampionship.

ADA reserves the right to make any change to this schedule. Check for most recent schedule the day before the event.

SIEGER SHOW PERFORMANCE TEST (for Championat class only)

Regulations: All Dobermann entered in the Championat Class have to participate at the Sieger Show Performance Test, which will be held on Sunday morning before the conformation judgments. The test includes two parts: (1) Attack on handler, and (2) pursuit & courage test.

(1) The handler with his/her Dobermann on the leash follows the directions given by the judge. The distance from the starting point of heeling to the blind will be approx. 80 feet. The actual attack will commence when the Dobermann is between 15 and 20 feet from the blind. The judge will evaluate the grip work on the sleeve. The dog should counter the attack securely and energetically in stopping the attack by the helper. "Out" is not required to pass the test, but of course is recommended. When the handler leashes the dog after the attack, the exercise is considered complete.

(2) On the pursuit of the long grip for the courage test, the handler may encourage the dog, while holding it by the collar at the basic position to initiate the release as the helper proceeds to the middle of the field to start the exercise. The handler will release the dog upon a signal from the judge. The grip work will be evaluated the same as in the attack on handler.

Dobermanns that fail the Sieger Show Performance Test cannot receive the title of Sieger or Siegerin or ADA Champion.

SIEGER 2009 TITLE will be awarded to the first classified in the "Championat class" black & red males, according to the judge's evaluation on both performance & excellent conformation.

SIEGERIN 2009 TITLE will be awarded to the first classified in the "Championat class" black & red females, according to the judge's evaluation of performance & excellent conformation.

ADA CHAMPION TITLE will be awarded in the "Championat class", according to the judge's evaluation on both performance & excellent conformation. Many ADA Champion Titles can be awarded in the same Championat class.

GERMAN ZTP certifies the quality of the breeding. The ZTP, which includes both a structural-morphologic section and a temperament test, holds what is necessary for selecting a functional Dobermann, useful for protection, family companion, and working ability. For further information & rules, please contact ADA at (425)397-7630 or americandobermann@verizon.net

CAC certificates will be awarded to the best black and red males, and best black and red females, according to the judge's evaluation. Three CAC Certificates, BH, and good hips certification are required for the title of American Champion. At least 12 months and 1 day must pass between the first and last CAC Certificate.

As non profit organization, ADA promotes and preserves the Dobermann breed in the U.S. Its principal scope is to safeguard the natural talents of the breed, as a protection, family companion, and working dog.

ADA is the only Dobermann organization in the US that fellows the standard of the country of origin of the breed (Germany), approved and adopted by FCI at No. 143/14.02.1994/GB. To best recognize the natural characteristics of the Dobermann breed as utility dog, our association organizes shows, trials, and breed surveys, according to the rules of FCI and DV.
American Dobermann Association was developed to give the opportunity to all the Dobermann friends to use the technical support and experience of the entire Dobermann community, according to the German tradition. This relationship will improve our sport activity with shows, trials, and ZTPs internationally recognized.
Further Information about ADA can be found at americandobermann.com