of W.A. Inc
Affiliated with The Canine Association of Western Australia Dogs West and National Rottweiler Council (Australia)
Patron and Patroness:
Eddie and Isabelle Nicol
Jacralia Rottweilers (Scotland)
WCRC Specialty Championship & Open Show
Sunday, 25 August 2019
Ch Show 9am Start
Open Show 12noon
Mr Anthony Marsh (New Zealand)
Open Show JUDGE:
Ms Ashlea Stanton
Entries Close: Monday 29th July 2019
Location: Dogswest, Cnr Ranford & Warton Rds, Southern River, WA, 6110
60 Orange Ave
UPPER SWAN WA 6069
0404 187 135
Sausage Sizzle (WA Toy Club)
SCHEDULE with further details will be online soon
Date : Thursday 29th AUGUST 2019, at 7.30pm
Venue : Meeting Room 1, Dogs West Elections : All Office Bearers & 3 Committee Members for a 3 year term,3 Committee Members for a 2 year term & 2 Committee Members for a 1 year 1 year term.
Nomination Forms : Available from Karen Richardson, Nomination Forms to be in the hands of the returning officer prior to start of meeting.
Returning Officer : : To the Returning Officer Mrs S Baxter 40 Orange Ave Upper WA 6069.
Notice of Motions : All Notice of Motions to be forward to Secretary Ms K Richardson By the 18th August 2019 Presentations : Top WCRC Inc top Rottweiler of the Year
Based in Perth Western Australia, the West Coast Rottweiler Club of W.A. Inc is the official State Breed Club affiliated with the National Rottweiler Council of Australia, the Canine Association of Western Australia - Dogs West and the Australian National Kennel Council.
The club was first formed in 1984 by Keith and Jo Peckham, Rob and Chris Axten and Peter Romney. It was known as The Rottweiler Club of WA. The club held its inaugural show in 1989 and in 1991 the club was Incorporated and its name changed to the West Coast Rottweiler Club Inc. The name was again changed a few years later to The West Coast Rottweiler Club of Western Australia Inc. as it is today.
Objects of the Club
To promote, protect, advance and improve the Rottweiler breed.
To promote and facilitate responsible ownership in Rottweilers.
To educate and encourage members, breeders, exhibitors and judges to abide by the Standard approved for the Rottweiler by the Australian National Kennel Council.
To promote and encourage the training and exhibition of Rottweilers, and to hold such fixtures as permitted by the Canine association of Western Australia Inc.
To encourage and facilitate the participation of Western Australian Rottweiler fanciers in international and interstate Rottweiler events.
To encourage, foster and assist in scientific research into hereditary diseases within the breed.
To foster relations with other clubs having similar objects.
To act as the primary representative of Western Australian Rottweiler fanciers in dealing with Governments.
The property and income of the Association shall be applied solely towards the promotion of the objects or purposes of the association and no part of that property or income may be paid or otherwise distributed, directly or indirectly, to members of the association, except in good faith in the promotion of these objects or purposes. A great deal of the club’s efforts are directed towards the improvement of the Rottweiler, particularly in respect of the elimination of hereditary diseases. All club members are required to comply with a strict Code of Ethics and comply with all National Rottweiler Council (Australia) requirements before breeding their dogs. Activities undertaken by the club include Conformation Shows, Obedience and Agility