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Links & Resources

Airedale Terrier Club of America

The Airedale Terrier Club of America (ATCA), founded in 1900, is the parent club of the breed in the United States and the official spokes-organization for the breed with the American Kennel Club.

ATRA - Airedale Terrier Rescue Assoc.
ATRA - Mid-west Airedale Terrier Rescue Assoc. Airedale Terrier Rescue and Adoption, Inc. is an all volunteer organization rescuing Airedale Terriers in 14 Midwest states and the province of Ontario. We stand ready to help any homeless Airedale and provide them with quality care and love while searching for their perfect forever home. Our success is the result of the dedication of our volunteers and supporters like you. RESCUE is what we do when we take in an Airedale in need. RESCUE is what you do by fostering or adopting an Airedale in need.

ATRA needs your help to provide rescue Airedales with rich, loving, and full lives.


Airedale Rescue & Adoption Committee - National

National Airedale Rescue, Inc., is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation and is the Official Treasury of the Airedale Terrier Club of America (ATCA) Rescue & Adoption Committee. Funds donated to National Airedale Rescue, Inc. are distributed on an as-needed basis to Airedale Rescue volunteers and groups who have agreed to abide by the Airedale Terrier Club of America Rescue & Adoption Committee policies and guidelines.

The Hunting Working Airedales

When given the opportunity to take to the field at an early age and to receive the same training given to any gun dog, today's Airedale will live up to its hunting heritage. Some Airedale owners, in fact, claim that with proper training, the King of Terriers could also be called "King of All Sporting Dogs."

American Kennel Club

American Kennel Club - resource for all things 'dog'

The Little Cabin in the Woods

Club member, Christine Thomas, Dean Emerita and Professor Emerita, College of Natural Resources, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, writes a column for Wisconsin Outdoor News entitled "From the Little Cabin in the Woods" where she promotes the versatile Airedale Terrier.  Christine has graciously offered to share her stories with our club.  Here are links to some of her stories:



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