Spokane Dog Fanciers Fun Matches

Terry at nosework

Obedience and Rally Fun Matches are held in conjunction with our local Sheltie Club and Collie Club on a Sunday in January, February, and March.  The matches are held indoors at Spokane Dog Training Club.  We always need more workers.  Even if obedience is not your sport of choice, please help out for a couple of hours to support your club.

2019 fun match dates:

Jan 20,

Feb 10,

March 10-

plan accordingly

 

 

2018

January match-our portion-$187

February (right before show) - $327

March-$157

We earned almost $700 for our club from these 3 shows so it is well worth our while.  These funds basically pay for our club insurance.

 

Certificate Of Conformation Assessment

Christy Swanson & Callie New CCA

Johanna Doty is proposing hosting a CCA event.  She has come up with a proposed panel of evaluators:  Ainslee Mills, Judy Slayton-Bachofner, & Jane Jensen.  Johanna has estimated that it will cost at least $1500 for judges travel ($600), hotel (Oxford Inn $155 X 6 nights=$930), etc.  Then we have our ribbon expense (approx 125) on top of that which is required by GRCA.  Most recent posting of a CCA shows an $75 entry fee!  Jeanie suggested we buy Costco croissant sandwiches ($32.95 for 20 half sandwiches) and have 3 members bring salads, and 3 members bring a dessert.  Dani volunteered for a dessert.

We are looking at Saturday, March 9, 2019 at Spokane Dog Training Club ($175).  Now that we have the date, Johanna has contacted the evaluators.  We figure we will fill (which is 24) with club members.  24 X 75= $1800 

 https://www.grca.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/CCA-Official-Entry-Form-rev-020117.pdf

Mail entries to:  

Johanna Doty
15510 W. Bluegrass Rd 
Nine Mile Falls WA 99026
 
Entries accepted on and after  1/2/2019.

 

Canine Good Citizen Test

Jeanie Swanson's Rolex during the Long Sit

The IEGRC plans to hold a CGC each March at the end of obedience classes to offer another chance for people to pass their Canine Good Citizen test.  

INLAND EMPIRE GOLDEN RETRIEVER CLUB

AKC CANINE GOOD CITIZEN TEST

SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 2018

LOCATION:

Lilac City Dog Training Club

1612 E Houston Ave

Spokane, WA 99217

TESTING STARTS: 10:00 AM

Evaluator: Colleen M. Bailey

2018

4 entries, 1 pass, Thanks to all workers and participants!

Heart and Eye Clinic

Dr. Sheryl Krohne( & Onyx)

Each Saturday after our Friday Specialty Show, we sponsor a health clinic featuring a Veterinary Ophthmalogist and a Veterinary Cardiologist.  2018 featured Dr Maran from Olympic Veterinary Cardiology and offered online booking at $45 for ascultation and $200 for an echocardiogram:

http://www.olympicvetcardio.com/book-online

Dr Maran said 49 dogs were processed in 2018.

 

Ophthamologist for 2018 was Dr Sheryl Krohne.  Eye exam price was $28.

81 dogs went through the eye clinic, a new record!

Thank you to all our workers and participants!  Both Doctors were thrilled with their responses.  Dr Krohne said the eye clinic was the best attended and most organized.

 

Working Certificate Test

Gene Daspit & Corrie New JH

Gene Daspit and Johanna Doty are both exploring the idea of holding a WC/WCX test.  Insurance is one of the factors stopping us.  We may try to work with North Idaho Retriever club to make something happen.  Please consider joining them.  https://www.facebook.com/North-Idaho-Retriever-Club-540273832986790/

Clayton Evans could set up an Intro To Field Day on Saturday November 3rd at 10 AM.  More details to follow: 

Saturday November 3rd at 10am.

Blue Skies Chesapeake's

23615 South Mallory Prairie Road

Tyler, WA

 Take I-90 westbound.  Take exit 257.  Turn Left on SR-904 (Lt Col. Michael Anderson Memorial Highway) towards Cheney and go 0.2 miles. Turn left on South Mallory Prairie Road.  Look for the Blue Skies Chessies sign on the right

 What to Bring:  Dog, Chair, Lunch, Appropriate attire, Perhaps a throwing arm and a sense of humor.  This will be an intro to field work with dummies.

We had 4 members in attendance, also one Lab owner and two Chessie owners.  Clayton suggested that we do another field day in the Summer.