American Kennel Club's Bergamasco
The Miscellaneous Class Group has considered by The
American Kennel Club consists of the American Hairless Terrier, Azawakh, Belgian
Laekenois, Bergamasco, Berger Picard, Boerboel, Cirneco dell’Etna, Coton
de Tulear, Dogo Argentino, Grand Basset Griffon Vendéen, Lagotto Romagnolo, Miniature American Shepherd,
Norrbottenspets, Peruvian Inca Orchid, Portuguese Podengo, Pumi, Sloughi, Spanish Water Dog and Wirehaired Vizsla.
These dogs have not been fully recognized and assigned to a breed group. They do not appear in the American Kennel
Club’s officials stud book as a recognizable breed. They still may be recognized by other kennel clubs and dog
organizations around the world. They may be fully recognized if substantial nationwide interests in the activities
exist for the breeds. When the Board of Directors of the American Kennel Club is satisfied that the breed is
growing healthy and dynamically, it may admit them for registration to the stud book. And the
Miscellaneous Class the dogs can compete in junior dog shows and minor events but cannot compete in
regular class events. Learn More About This Sheepdog With A Strong Work Ethic!
Bergamasco (Comprehensive Owner's Guide)