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Board and Objectives

Alberta Jagdteckel Association 

Contact us for questions around wildlife conservation with blood-tracking dogs,

 tracking training, hunting and living with Teckels.

Objectives of the Alberta Jagdteckel Association are:

  • Promoting traditional hunting and versatility of Dachshunds (Teckel) and other breeds through healthy rearing, training, and testing.
  • Bring awareness to future handlers of the capabilities of a good hunting dog, regardless of the breed.
  • Support and provide training to handlers and their dogs.
  • Share knowledge and advice about the traditional use of a Dachshund.
  • Sponsor and promote show and testing opportunities to International standards, specifically FCI standards, for those who would like to document the capabilities of their dog.
  • Organize versatility and blood-tracking workshops as means to promote excellence, and promote fellowship among members.
  • Work in co-operation with other working dog organizations in mutually beneficial relationship to further allow for training, testing and education.

Our Board 

New Treasurer coming soon




Calgary, Alberta

UBT Judge,

Bow Hunter and Breeder


Founding Member, President


Edmonton, Alberta

Life-Long Dachshund Lover

Hunter and Breeder


 Board Member, Secretary

Our Supporters

United Blood Trackers (UBT) 

UBT built a foundation for certification of legal blood-tracking dogs in North America.

In the future, we hope to offer testing with UBT judges at our annual seminars.

Our Sponsors

Krause's Custom Processing 

Edmonton, Alberta

We thank our generous sponsors at Krause's Custom Processing for all their support!

Omega Alpha Canada


We thank our sponsors for our handlers' gift bag supplies for our first United Blood Tracker Test event. 

A big Thank You! To Global Pet Foods Cochrane, Alberta for their ongoing support of our event!

Past Webinars 

Available to registered Alberta Jadteckel Association members on request

Annual Seminars

The Alberta Jagdteckel Association is holding annual training seminars for members and their dogs. 

Hunter education and traditional blood-tracking (search for wounded animals) are key factors. 

Dogs and handlers have also opportunities to show their skills with

 water retrieval, gun steadiness, and other disciplines.

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