The Norwegian Elkhound Association of America (NEAA) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to benefit the Norwegian Elkhound breed in the United States and Canada by aiding, informing and encouraging its members in the care, improvement and enjoyment of their dogs. It has been their policy to contribute to the study of diseases and hereditary defects in dogs – especially those of current concern in the breed and hopefully of benefit to other breeds. The NEAA is a proud member of the American Kennel Club.
The Norwegian Elkhound Association of America was admitted to the American Kennel Club in November of 1935, and each year thereafter a delegate has been elected to represent the Association at the AKC meetings. The Association was organized and continues to exist for the purpose of encouraging the responsible breeding of purebred Norwegian Elkhounds, developing and bringing to perfection their natural high qualities, and doing all in its power to protect and advance the interests of the breed in competitive events and as a companion dog.
If you believe the Norwegian Elkhound is the right breed for you, check the link below and learn how to choose the right puppy breeder:
In the following links you will find information about the NEAA and some breeders in good standing with the NEAA: