2021 Spring NPBA 40 hour Man-Trailing & Certification Seminar

Hosted by Garrett County Sheriff's Office

April 24th-29th -McHenry, MD

Registration is now closed the next seminar is in Matthews, NC

October 17th thru the 24th 2021. 

Read the article from the Garrett County Lake-Front Magazine

NPBA: “Setting the Standard” for others to follow.
Since 1962, the National Police Bloodhound Association has been your trusted source for information relative to the use of the purebred bloodhound in the field of law enforcement. We’re now online to give you instant access to a wide range of information about the association and the latest news affecting police handlers and hounds. NPBA Introduction Video

Membership Renewals
You must be a paid member to attend Seminars and to receive NOSE NEWS.
Specific questions regarding membership should be addressed to:
Roger Titus, Vice President/Membership (vicepresident@npba.com)
or
Coby Webb, Treasurer (treasurer@npba.com)

BLOODHOUND PAL REGISTRATION

 

The NPBA with the Help of Marybeth Cline DVM, the American Bloodhound Club, and ultimately the American Kennel Club has pushed for a change in the way AKC views registration. AKC would only register the transfer or issue PAL registrations to individuals and not agencies or corporations.

The registration for the NPBA is Free of charge using this form and must be sent to the person who is listed on the form.

 

This is great news. There is one restriction that the AKC upheld. In order to get a PAL Registration, the dog must be either neutered or spayed. No exceptions.

Click here for more all the information regarding this change and the application to register your Bloodhound.

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