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2014 Sportsman of the Year: Congratulations Todd Dunlap
Todd Dunlap has promoted USMRA on the east coast and has been responsible for two new clubs. He devotes his time and energy to help read more from the nominating club…

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USMRA invests in the growth of Mondioring through
Education Grants
Education Grant process is now open! Our Education Committee explains the process and criteria to apply and qualify for an Education Grant here…
2015 Mondioring World Cup
This year’s FCI World Cup of Mondioring will be held in France, October 1-4. Here’s the official event website with more information.
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2015 USMRA NATIONALS
Congratulations Level 3 Winners
1st Maya Conrad &
Moonquest’s Zorro del Sol y Noche
2nd Lisa Geller &
Stetson Sunset Trailblazer
3rd Emily Morrison &
Chien de Travail Hazel
Thank you Santa Clarita Mondio Club & Atlas Canine for hosting our 2015 Nationals!
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Mondioring is World Ring
Mondioring is an F.C.I.-authorized international protection sport developed in the late 1980s by representatives from every major country with a protection sport.

The “new” dogsport was designed to “level the playing ground” and allow competitors from any of the world’s disciplines to compete in a common dog sport. French Ring, Belgian Ring, IPO (SchH) and KNPV all were represented read more

Could YOUR dog play Mondioring?
Traditionally, Mondioring has been dominated by the Belgian Malinois and (to a lesser degree) the Dutch Shepherd Dog. Does this mean you need to have one of these breeds to play? Absolutely not! The list of breeds that have competed in the US also includes the American Bulldog, APBT, Bandog, Beauceron, Lakenois, Tervuren, Boxer, Cane Corso, Cocker Spaniel continue reading…
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