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. The result is a dog sport that combines the best of all of these sports: Mondioring.
Mondioring has grown steadily in the United States since the first trial in 2000. There are several full-member clubs and a variety of other clubs forming around the country. Trials are held regularly, and provide an opportunity to earn titles in this fascinating sport.
Mondioring titles are recognized internationally. Each year, the organization in America, the USMRA, sends a team to compete in the International Championship of Mondioring in Europe. An interesting note is that international competition is quite “do-able,” as we are still a relatively small organization in a new sport.
Mondioring is represented in this country by the United States Mondioring Association. This organization is a member of the American Working Dog Federation (AWDF).
Full and other member countries. Visit SMCU/FCI site for up-to-date member listings and international business.
Shawn Reed & I’Repo du Loups du Soleil
Marie Skello & Fuel de Competitor
David Broderick & Idole du Loups du Soleil
Patti Phillips & I’Winston du Loups du Soleil
Robert Wademan & Bas of Atlas K9
Carrie Silva Wooddell & Genghis ot Vitosha
The USMRA is affiliated with the American Working Malinois Association to promote and support the working Malinois in America. Through this partnership, AWMA members with Belgian Shepherd Dogs who compete in USMRA trials are eligible to declare for the FMBB Mondioring World Championships.