BDDC Paperwork .... all the legal stuff.
Administering a club like the BDDC inevitably requires some paperwork like membership applications and rules etc. You'll find all the information and application forms on this page. Should you need any help or assistance finding what you need here, don't forget we're real people and can be contacted using the 'Contact' button above.
The Birmingham & District Dobermann Club publish our Rules and Constitution which ensures the club is run in a professional and responsible manner. The BDDC committee manage all aspects of the clubs activities including financial and legal matters.
Club officers and committee members work carefully within the rules of the club to bring a number of events and activities to it membership always with a careful eye on promoting the best value to it's members and the BDDC as a club.
Every club or organisation sets out guidelines which it expects it's membership to adhere to, and the Birmingham & District Dobermann Club are no different. Guided by the Kennel Club the BDDC have a General Code of Ethics ensuring our membership conduct themselves in a responsible manner.
Our code of ethics and constitution & rules work together to encourage our membership in responsible Dobermann ownership and excellence in heath and wellbeing of our dogs. The BDDC encourage health testing before breeding, permanent canine identification like tattoo and micro chipping your Dobermans and abiding by all aspects of the Animal Welfare Act.
The benefits of membership enable you to enter BDDC shows at reduced cost and make use of our website to advertise your litters. If you enter our shows and other events, the saving on entry fees for our shows could cover the total cost of your annual subscription.
We pride ourselves on being a friendly club and all new members will be very warmly welcomed into the club membership. The BDDC encourages all members to become part of the local Dobermann owning community. Any help and support you need will be willingly and freely offered by members of the committee and the club. If you feel you have skills or ideas to benefit the club, please contact any of us to discuss your suggestions.
The Birmingham & District Dobermann Club offer its membership the opportunity to advertise their up and coming litters and puppies available. In order to advertise you will need to be a current member of our club and submit a completed 'Puppy List Booking Form' to the club secretary.
The Club do not accept any responsibility whatsoever for the puppies advertised on the website, nor does the club offer any guarantees to the quality, health or fitness of any puppies offered for sale. The Birmingham & District Dobermann Club recommends the buyers view puppies whenever possible. Purchasers should always obtain a signed Pedigree and Kennel Club Registration Certificate from the breeder.