About the TDR

The Tamaskan Dog Register (TDR) was founded in 2006 and is the international registry for all Tamaskan Dogs worldwide; it issues registration paperwork whilst maintaining the official pedigree database and health records for all registered Tamaskan Dogs. Overall, the Tamaskan Dog Register (TDR) seeks to preserve and promote this rare wolf-lookalike breed.

The Tamaskan Dog Register (TDR) is an official non-profit company registered in the United States of America as of January 2016.

The Tamaskan Dog Register (TDR) is governed by a board of directors, under the board of directors there are committees that take on certain tasks. We have the breeders committee and they make informed decisions on where the breed is going to go in terms of genetic diversity, conformation and temperament. We also have the club representatives that help relay all the business of the TDR back to the respective clubs that work under the TDR.

The Tamaskan Dog Register Board of Directorsworld

Keeper of the Register: Katelyn Dehlin
Chairperson: Mark Firley
President: Teresa Cutler
Secretary: Dottie Brown
Treasurer: Joann Zimmerman

Each TDR Club Representatives is an ambassador for their respective country's National Club (affiliated with the TDR) and serves as a contact that unites the larger international organization of the TDR with the smaller National Clubs around the world. While the TDR primarily serves as a database for keeping records and for overseeing the Tamaskan breed, it is the individual National Clubs that host events,and have memberships.

The TDR Breeder Committee makes important decisions regarding the future of the Tamaskan breed, discusses possible exemptions and/or necessary changes to the TDR Rules & Regulations, and decides whether or not particular litters should be registered with the TDR in accordance with established requirements, and under what terms or conditions.

Please note that the Tamaskan Dog Register (TDR) is the official copyright holder for the TDR Logos (registration number: 284660453) which are registered with the UK Copyright Service, any copyright infringements will be taken very seriously and may result in legal repercussions.