About the Giant Schnauzer Club of America, Inc.

The Giant Schnauzer Club of America, Inc., was founded in 1962 by Robert L. Barker as a non-profit organization. The club's American Kennel Club licensed Specialty Shows have been held every year since 1968.
The official Breed Standard was completely revised by the GSCA and approved by the American Kennel Club in 1971 and updated in 1983. The Constitution and By-Laws were approved in 1976.

The main purposes of the GSCA are the preservation and protection of the breed, and to improve the character, performance, health and conformation of the Giant Schnauzer as described in the official standard of the breed. The GSCA holds Specialty Shows, Obedience Trials, and less formal matches and other events.
 

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