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

Business Office Contact Information
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. CST, M-F
Phone hours: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. CST, M-F
Holidays the office is closed:
New Year’s Day
Martin Luther King Jr Day
President’s Day
Memorial Day
Fourth of July
Labor Day
Thanksgiving Day
Friday following Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Eve
Christmas Day

Aussie Times

Now available online

Accessing the Aussie Times is simple, but you must be a full member of the ASCA to view it. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you get there:

1️⃣ Login to Your Account: Click on the top-right side of the ASCA website to log in.

New User? Contact to create a user profile.
Forgot Username? Email us at
Forgot Password? Click “forgot password”, verify your email, and change your password.

2️⃣ Navigate to Important Links: After logging in, find the “Important Links” section on the right navigation menu and click on “Aussie Times.”

3️⃣ Select Newest Issue: Navigate to the “2020 to Current” section and click through to the right to find the newest issue. Below that section, we also have historic issues dating back to 1969!

4️⃣ View and Download: Once you click on the issue, it will go to full screen. You can also download it by clicking the arrow at the top right corner of the screen.

⚠️ Disclaimer: Please note that the Aussie Times is currently only viewable on a computer. The links on the top right for logging in and accessing the Aussie Times are not functional on tablets or smartphones at this time. We are aware of this limitation and are actively working to make it accessible on all devices. We appreciate your patience and hope to have this fixed soon.