Some frequently asked questions about Aztec Doberman Pinscher Club are listed below. If you have a question that isn’t answered here, please send us an email and we will be glad to address your question or comment.

What is Aztec Doberman Pinscher Club all about?

Aztec Doberman Pinscher Club of San Diego, more commonly referred to as AztecDPC, is one of the premier Doberman Pinscher Clubs in the United States and we have members throughout California and the U.S.

We are a Doberman Pinscher Club of America (DPCA) member club and an AKC member club. The interests of the members are diverse and range from conformation to rescue dogs. You can find our members competing in the show ring, or just hanging out at one of the local dog beaches.

For more details about our organization, our mission, our history, our affiliations: click here.

ADPC is a charitable non-profit, how does this help?

Donating to any organization is a personal choice. People donate to causes that they feel are important to them. At the same time, when you make a donation, you want to be sure that your contribution will be used by the charity for the purposes that you expect.Being a recognized charity legitimizes the purpose and use of the donations for the stated cause.For more detail on the importance of giving to bona- fide charities click here.

I like Dobermans, but don’t have one. Can I still join the club?

The fact that you like Dobermans is good enough for us. Perhaps your particular situation does not allow you to own a dog, but you still want to be involved, that is fine. There are benefits to membership as well. Click here for more details.

What can I do to help rescue dogs?

The Aztec Doberman Rescue is one of the more labor and resource intensive programs run by the club.  It takes personal involvement to rescue, care for, rehabilitate, and match new families with dogs. Often, people want to help, but cannot devote the time to carry out the needed tasks. Here is where being a donor can help almost as much. There are expenses that need to be covered no matter how many volunteer hours are available, and it is through donations that we can provide things like veterinarian bills, medications, food, and kenneling.