The Australian Shepherd Club of America

The Australian Shepherd Club of America

ASCA was established as the parent club for the breed in 1957. We are the largest independent breed-specific club in the United States and proud to represent our Australian Shepherds.

We’re much more than a registry; we’re a community!

We’re here to help you find out why Aussies are so awesome.



Enjoy the following benefits with your full membership:

🡢Eligible for ASCA merit and finals
🡢Receive the Aussie Times
🡢Monthly AussEnews Newsletter
🡢Monthly Members Email List (Info here)

Join or Renew Today!

New to ASCA

Check out our FAQ page to see how to participate in our events. This also includes other breed registration.

Office Hours

Office hours: Mon – Fri 9:00am – 5:00pm CST.
Holidays the office is closed:
New Year’s Day
Martin Luther King Jr Day
President’s Day
Memorial Day
Juneteenth Independence Day
Fourth of July
Labor Day
Veteran’s Day
Thanksgiving Day
Friday following Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Eve
Christmas Day
Floating Holidays: Good Friday and Columbus Day

Aussie Times

Now available online

How to view Aussie Times on the ASCA website.

You must be a full member to view the Aussie Times

Click on the top right side, login.

  1. If you have not made a login, please click register instead
  2. If you do not remember your user name, please email me at
  3. If you do not remember your password, please click forgot password
  4. If you do not receive the email from ASCA to reset your password, then look in spam. Still not there? Email me, you might have a different email address for your account.

Once you login to the website, click on the top Resources. Once on Resources page, scroll down until you see, Historic Aussie Times

All the Aussie Times are located on this page from the very beginning. The most current is located on the bottom.

Locate the July-August 2020 Aussie Times and click on it. This will be full screen. Downloading is allowed for this issue. To do that, click the cloud with the arrow on it in the top left corner.

Click here: How to do video on Aussie Times Viewing