The National American Eskimo Dog Association welcomes you to our website! The NAEDA was formed to encourage and promote the breeding of superior purebred American Eskimos, as recognized by the registering body with which it is associated – the United Kennel Club, Inc. of Kalamazoo, MI. NAEDA encourages its members and breeders of American Eskimos … Continue reading Who is NAEDA?
This was in the March-April 1970 issue of Bloodlines. A bit hard to ready (copy of a copy) Was anyone you know there?
The National American Eskimo Association was planned and formed by John L. Wilson, President, with the assistance of Dr. E.G. Fuhram, President of United Kennel Club, Inc. It is a non-profit corporation with a charter issued by the state of Missouri. The first meeting was held November 8, 1969 from 10:00am to 4:00pm in De … Continue reading 1969 NAEDA First Meeting
The Board of Directors consist of the officers of the Association, the President (or his designee) of each Member Associations and Past Presidents of the Association. The Past Presidents of the Association are advisory directors only, with no rights to vote. President Diana AllenEdinburth, IN firstname.lastname@example.org Vice President Tina WilemonWaxahacie, TX email@example.com Secretary Renee StrongMoravia, … Continue reading 2021 Officers
BACKGROUND OF THE NATIONAL AMERICAN ESKIMO DOG ASSOCIATION The National American Eski:no Dqg Association was started by Mr. John L. Wilson and his group in Desoto, Missouri. The first meeting was held in November of 1969, and the first National American Eskimo Dog Show was held in May of 1970, in DeSota, Missouri. The National … Continue reading NAEDA Background (1981)