History

Original LogoAztec Doberman Pinscher Club has been an active Doberman club since it was founded in 1967. We started in San Diego and have members in San Diego, Riverside, Orange and Los Angeles Counties as well as the southwestern United States.

As a chapter club of the DPCA, we sponsored the 50th Golden Jubilee DPCA National Specialty and COnvention in 1975, hosted the DPCA National in 1993 and the 75th Diamond Jubilee in 2000.

The National Animal Interest Alliance (NAIA) presented their award for “Outstanding Contributions to Pure Bred Dog Rescue” to our rescue Coordinator, Angie Monteleon and the Aztec Doberman Pinscher Club of San Diego on January 25, 1997.

We received our non-profit status in 2002 through DPCA and take an active role in promoting and educating the public about the importance of animal welfare, cruelty to animals, and actively participate in the rehabilitation and adoption of Dobermans who have been subject to unfortunate conditions and circumstances.

We are a group of dedicated individuals who are Doberman owners, some have been with the club since its inception. Some members are passionate about rescue, some are interested in conformation, while others thrive on agility competition. The interests are diverse, the common bonds are the dogs.