~First, the potential breeder must belong to the National American Alsatian Club.
~You must have one or more registered dogs through the National American Alsatian Registry.
~You must belong to the National American Alsatian Breeder's Association.
~You must study the breeders class four volume set text written by the founder.
~You must take and pass a breeder’s test, also written by the founder.
~You must be willing to adhere to the rules and guidelines of the National American Alsatian Breeder’s
Association at all times and sign a strict breeding contract stating this.
~You will then be awarded certified American Alsatian breeder status.
~You must keep in contact with the Breed Quality Control Officer at all times.
This includes who you are going to breed (sire/dam), information about the puppies born, and any defects or issues
that arise must be presented no matter how serious.
~You should also belong and participate in the National American Alsatian Breeder’s Association meetings.