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As part of our mission to preserve and promote Lacy Dogs as a working breed, the NLDA partners with prominent organizations across the country. Whether it's developing a new competitive outlet for our dogs or lending a helping hand to those is need, we are proud to support and represent the working dog community. 

National Lacy Dog Registry
The NLDR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created to fill the growing need for standardization, preservation and sound breeding practices in the Lacy community. Our mission is to promote breeding for type, sound temperament, and to preserve the natural working ability in the purebred Lacy Dog.

To achieve this mission, the NLDR attempts to foster sound breeding practices through education and the funding of research. We are developing a multifaceted database which stores extended pedigrees as well as performance accomplishments, health certifications, inbreeding coefficients and more.

By combining these accurate records with standardized inspections and a thorough registration process, we aim to provide a superior experience for breeders and owners alike.

Animal Research Foundation

Founded in 1947 by Tom D. Stodghill, the ARF became the first registry to recognize the Lacy Dog in 1976. In July 2009, the NLDA partnered with the ARF to reopen the original Lacy Dog stud book
 
Texas Blood Trackers
The mission of the TBT is to promote blood tracking dogs and their use. Texas Blood Trackers.com offers assistance to those looking for help from a tracking dog team, certification testing to assess the handler and dog’s ability to track and recover wounded game, and training opportunities for owners and handlers of tracking dogs.


Lone Star Bowhunters Association
The Lone Star Bowhunters Association (LSBA) is the only organization representing bowhunters' privileges in the State of Texas. The sole purpose of the LSBA is to unite the state's bowhunting sportspeople to work towards a common goal of preserving and promoting the sport of bowhunting in Texas.

Texas Dog Hunters Association
The TDHA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working to promote and preserve all forms of dog hunting. A grassroots association, the TDHA represents and supports all types of hunting with dogs. Members participate in waterfowl, upland bird, feral hog, raccoon and squirrel hunting as well as tracking wounded game. 




The NLDA was honored to sponsor the Largest Boar bonus at the 2009 TDHA Hunt for the Hungry. The largest charity hunt in the U.S., teams of hunters and their hog dogs donated over 28,000 pounds of pork to needy families through this contest.
 

Life After People on the History Channel
President Jimmy Brooks and working Lacy Dogs were featured in the episode Road to Nowhere. While most dog breeds would perish without humans, the story of the Lacy is different. A tough breed with the drive and skills to fend for themselves, Lacy Dogs would survive in a world without people.
Friends of the NLDA

The NLDA would like to thank our sponsors for their generous support of the National Lacy Dog Association. The donations we receive from individuals, corporate sponsorships, and fundraising activities help fund our organization's events and operations.



 
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