est. 2001

Working Dogs of America

Working Dog Registry and Titling program for protection, obedience & tracking

Working Dogs of America is dedicated to developing, preserving, and using a canine's natural instincts,
intelligence, and tractability to perform meaningful, utilitarian tasks for mankind.
Its goal is to use proven common-sense methods for training both canine and handler while maximizing the social,
family orientation, and sport aspects of dog training. In addition the WDA program enables the evaluation of a canine's working ability,
maintaining and improving breeding stock to conform to the breed's original purpose and function.

Titles offered:

Videos available of the routines on our rules  page.
WDA apparel comming soon
Jack Rayl along with Bill Seltzer co-founded Service Dogs of America in 2001. Jack served as President developing and promoting the new sport for many years.
His visionary effort to create a working dog sport that was accessible to the general public without the need for expensive club membership and bureaucratic structure
has been central to its popularity. March of 2018 SDA was renamed Working Dogs of America and retains the same mission as SDA and
all who enjoy training their dogs in this sport give Jack our sincere thanks.