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					                                                    UPCOMING
                                                    EVENTS

                                                    WESTERN REG.-March
                                                    23
                                                    SPECIALTY-March 22
                                                    WC/WCX-March 25




                                                     Volume 34, Issue 2                February 2007



                                                     .HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE JANUARY 2007
     February Meeting                                BOARD MEETING (AKC)

                                                     • The Judging Conflict of Interest Policy was
Business and Specialty Preparations                  amended, with the prohibition on AKC judges, judg-
                                                     ing non-AKC events removed. The full policy now
                                                     reads:
February 21, 2007                                    Judging Conflict of Interest
                                                     “No AKC judge may have a significant interest in a
7:00 p.m. social;                                    dog registry or dog event-governing organization
7:30 p.m. meeting                                    deemed by the AKC Board to be in competition with
                                                     The American Kennel Club. Significant interest
Central Market                                       would include, but not be limited to ownership of,
1425 E. Southlake Blvd.                              employment by, a directorship in, and holding office
                                                     in.”
Southlake, Texas

Directions: From east or west take Route 114 and     DFWMGRC CLUB DUES FOR YEAR 2007
exit at Carroll Avenue; travel south to Southlake
Avenue; cross Southlake Avenue and turn left to      Dues for year 2006 are due February 1, 2006 and
shopping center east end; enter Central Market at    are considered delinquent after May 1, 2006.
their Cafe.                                          Send all monies to the treasuer. Regular dues are
                                                     $20 per family or $15 per individual.

                                                     COMMITTEE CHAIRS NEEDED

                                                     The board will be meeting on February to
                                                     appoint chairs for this year’s committees. If you
                                                     are interested, mail the form in this newsletter to
                                                     Molly Chapman or give her a call.

                                                     VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

                                                     Terry Thornton will be chairing the WC/
                                                     WCX this Spring and can use volunteers.
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BRAGS                                                1/21/07 Gulf Coast GSP Club
                                                     MXJ leg, 8 points
OBEDIENCE                                            Glengowan's Man on a Mission CDX, RE, AX, AXJ,
                                                     CGC (Caldwell/Couch)
Nolan River K.C. 1/6/2007
Rally Excellent B                                    GCKC January 27
Rally Advanced B-4th place                           MXJ leg, 3 points
Badgersbrook Texas Hurricane CD OA OAJ RE            Glengowan's Man on a Mission CDX, RE, AX, AXJ,
(Rayshel Horton)RAE leg #2                           CGC (Caldwell/Couch)
Rally Novice B pass                                  NA-1st
Camoflage's Bayou Spell (Mashala Horton)             U-CDX Aerojett’s Speaker of Tales UD RE SH NAJ
                                                     WCX (Frick) TITLE!!
Novice B
Goldencol's What A Girl Wants (Mashala Horton) TI-   GCKC January 28
TLE!!!                                               OA-1st
                                                     OAJ-2nd
UDX leg                                              UCH,HR, UCDX Trinity`s River of Dreams SH,
U-CDX Aerojett’s Speaker of Tales UD RE SH NAJ       CDX,WCX,VC, ASCA CD,RE,NAJ,NJP,NAP,
WCX (Frick)                                          pointed ( Ingram ) handled by Lynda Williams
Nolan River K.C. 1/7/2007                            MX leg, 6 points
Rally Excellent B                                    Glengowan's Man on a Mission CDX, RE, AX, AXJ,
Rally Advanced B                                     CGC (Caldwell/Couch)
Badgersbrook Texas Hurricane CD OA OAJ RE
(Rayshel Horton)RAE leg #3                           OAJ-1st
                                                     U-CDX Aerojett’s Speaker of Tales UD RE SH NAJ
Rally Novice B pass                                  NA WCX (Frick) TITLE!!
Camoflage's Bayou Spell (Mashala Horton) TITLE!!!
                                                     CONFORMATION
UDX leg
U-CDX Aerojett’s Speaker of Tales UD RE SH NAJ       Nolan River KC, Saturday, January 7
WCX (Frick)                                          1st, Am Bred - WD - 3 point major!
                                                     Glengowan's Garryowen (Owen) (Caldwell/Gear) -
AGILITY

1/12/07 HOT Dog Club                                 Nolan River KC, Sunday, January 8
MX leg, 11 points                                    1st, Am Bred - WD - 3 point major
Glengowan's Man on a Mission CDX, RE, AX, AXJ,       Glengowan's Garryowen (Owen) (Caldwell/Gear) -
CGC (Caldwell/Couch)
                                                     Texas Kennel Club Saturday, January 13
1/19/07 Gulf Coast GSP Club                          Winners Bitch from BBE - 2nd major!
MX leg, 10 points                                    Goldstorm Spirits Shakn Not Stird ("Martini")
Glengowan's Man on a Mission CDX, RE, AX, AXJ,       (Farmer/Todd/Mueller/Wallace)
CGC (Caldwell/Couch)

1/20/07 Gulf Coast GSP Club                          Trinity Valley Kennel Club Sunday, January 14
MXJ leg, 12 points                                   RWB
Glengowan's Man on a Mission CDX, RE, AX, AXJ,       Goldstorm Spirits Shakn Not Stird ("Martini")
CGC (Caldwell/Couch)                                 (Farmer/Todd/Mueller/Wallace)

NA leg                                               Abilene KC Jan.27
UCH,HR, UCDX Trinity`s River of Dreams SH,CDX,       BOW
WCX,VC, ASCA CD,RE,NAJ,NJP,NAP, pointed ( In-        Manor's Galahad RN (Ingram)
gram ) handled by Lynda Williams               2
TITLE!!!!
TOP DOG SHOW AND GO-OBEDIENCE                                      Southwest Airedales & Faith City Kennel Club
                                                                                     Present
Please visit our web site for Show & Go updates at                       Advanced Canine Reproduction
www.topdogdallas.com                                                     Dr. Robert Van Hutchison, DVM
                                                                                  June 16, 2007
1138 Pleasant Valley, #D, Garland, 75040
$6 first entry, $4 second entry of same dog                         Dr. Hutchison is well known and respected in the
Open and utility starts at 8                                        show-dog breeding community. A leading expert
                                                                     in canine reproduction, he is recognized interna-
Novice starts at 12
Obedience-2/4,11/2007
                                                                   tionally for his work with canine frozen semen and
                                                                      reproduction. Co-director of the Animal Clinic
                                                                   Northview and director of the International Canine
REGIONAL SPECIALTIES.                                               Semen Bank of Ohio, Dr. Hutchison is associated
                                                                     with the colleges of veterinary medicine at Ohio
Here are the host clubs and dates for the                          State University, Virginia Tech, Purdue Tufts Uni-
upcoming regional specialties:                                       versity, and Michigan State University. He is the
                                                                     author of numerous important articles on canine
2007: Western hosted by Dallas-Ft. Worth in March
Central hosted by Oklahoma City in November
                                                                   reproduction, including Canine Frozen Semen, Im-
Eastern will not be held due to lack of a host club                    proving the Odds of Having Healthy Puppies,
                                                                    Treatment of Pyometritis in the Bitch Using Pros-
2008 Western hosted by Valle del Sol in March                             taglandin F and Female Reproduction.
Central--no host club as yet
Eastern--no host club as yet.
                                                                               Seminar Topics Include:
Here's a brief history of GRCA's Regional Specialties:                •   Canine Reproduction: Anatomy and Physi-
I've been going through past issues of the News in the '60's              ology
and '70's and you can see how these evolved. GRCA did the             •   High Risk Pregnancies: Management and
National and a Spring all-breed trial--the club was small, all
centered in the upper midwest, and it was easy. Then Golden
                                                                          Care
people in various parts of the country started getting together       •   Elective C-Sections: Risks, Planning and
into regions. Soon these regions started hosting the National             Timing, Reducing Risks and complications,
and the Spring trial, but still in GRCA's name. Then they                 and Post-op Care of Dam and Pups
started hosting Regional Specialties (did you know the 1970           •   Neonatal Resuscitation
Eastern Regional was cancelled because of student protests?
Think Kent State.) But all of these were in GRCA's name               •   Stud Dog & Brood Bitch Maintenance
and everything came through the GRCA Sec. AKC then be-                •   Neonatal and Puppy Intensive Care
came concerned about the number of events GRCA (and I
assume other parent clubs) was hosting and requested/ de-
                                                                   When: June 16, 2007
manded that the regions turn themselves into member clubs,
apply for licensing in their own names and join GRCA as            When: Registration begins at 8 am; seminar ends
member clubs. So the New England Region turned into Yan-           by 5 pm.
kee, etc. And as the number of Goldens increased so did the        Where: Girl Scouts of Tejas Council, 6001 Sumer-
number of member clubs till we're now over 50.                     side Drive, Dallas TX 75252
                                                                   Registration Fee: $80.00 if paid before May 1,
Are Regionals something that our members no longer want
and will no longer support? With the proliferation of all-         2007. $90 after May 1, 2007.
breed shows, the increasing number of hunt tests and agility       Register early and save $ 10. You can register
trials, and the fact that most if not all GRCA member clubs        online at
host their own independent specialties, perhaps Regional           http://www.southwestairedales.org/swa-events.htm
Specialties have outlived their usefulness. Please share your
                                                                   or you can send your check made payable to
thoughts with us--we need your input!
                                                                   Southwest Airedales to: Michele Foley, 3812
As always, please contact any Board member with your               Creek Hollow Way, The Colony, TX 75056. If you
thoughts or opinions on these or any other issue of concern to     have any questions, please call Joyce Miller, 972-
you. The entire Board may be reached at                            248-2128.
grca_board@yahoogroups.com                                     3
EXCERPTS FROM A DOG’S DAILY DIARY                                 Ed and Pat Gilbert's K9 Structure & Movement
                                                                  Seminar presented by the
* 8:00am: Dog food! My favorite thing!
* 9:30am: A car ride! My favorite thing!                          Lone Star Airedale Terrier Club
* 9:40am: walk in the park! My favorite thing!
* 10:30am: Got rubbed and petted! My favorite thing!              This two day, all breed seminar will permit you to
* 12:00pm: Lunch! My favorite thing!                              properly evaluate dogs. It makes no difference
* 1:00pm: Played in the yard! My favorite thing!                  whether you show, breed, hunt, work, do
* 3:00pm: Wagged my tail! My favorite thing!
* 5:00pm: Milk bones! My favorite thing!                          obedience, agility or anything else with your dog(s).
* 7:00pm: Got to play ball! My favorite thing!                    The seminar will help you be a more intelligent
* 8:00pm: Wow! Watched TV with my master! My favorite             breeder, exhibitor, handler and judge. It
thing!                                                            has been designed for the experienced dog fancier,
* 11:00pm: Sleeping on the bed! My favorite thing!                but everyone is welcome to attend. The seminar is
                                                                  based on Ed's book, K-9 Structure &
Excerpts from a Cat's Daily Diary:                                Terminology, but also includes lots of newer mate-
                                                                  rial not included in the book.
Day 683 of my captivity: My captors continue to taunt me
with bizarre dangling objects. They dine lavishly on fresh
                                                                  The first day is a video presentation which provides
meat, while the other inmates and myself are fed hash or
some sort of dry nuggets. Although I make my contempt             the basic fundamentals that will be applied during
for the rations perfectly clear, I nevertheless must              the second day when live evaluations will be con-
eat something in order to keep up my strength. The only           ducted. Some of the topics covered include:
thing that keeps me going is my dream of escape.. In an           practical K-9 anatomy and locomotion, fundamentals
attempt to disgust them, I once again vomit on the floor.
                                                                  of evaluating dogs, gaiting, principles of judging
Today I decapitated a mouse and dropped its headless              movement, enhancing your win capability,
body at their feet. I had hoped this would strike fear into       and live evaluation of different breeds with breed
their hearts, since it clearly demonstrates what I am capa-       specific handling and grooming tips.
ble of. However, they merely made condescending com-
ments about what a "good little hunter" I am.
                                                                  Registration is limited.
The audacity! There was some sort of assembly of their            Early registration ends on February 1
accomplices tonight. I was placed in solitary confinement
for the duration of the event. However, I could hear the          Date: May 26 & 27, 2007
noises and smell the food. I overheard that my confine-
ment was due to the power of "allergies." I must learn
what this means, and how to use it to my advantage.
                                                                  Fees: $135 until 2/1/07 after that $150

Today I was almost successful in an attempt to assassi-           Location: Shiloh Road Kennel, Midlothian, TX
nate one of my tormentors by weaving around his feet as
he was walking. I must try this again tomorrow -- but at          The complete flyer is available at: www.lsatc.com ,
the top of the stairs.
                                                                  click on events.
I am convinced that the other prisoners here are flunkies         Questions? Contact Lynn Rickman at therick-
and snitches. The dog receives special privileges. He is          mans@nuwavenet.com
regularly released --and seems to be more than willing to
return. He is obviously retarded! The bird has got to be an
informant. I observe him communicating with the
guards regularly. I am certain that he reports my every
                                                                  For more information about Ed & Pat Gilbert visit
move. The captors have arranged protective custody for            their website:
him in an elevated cell, so he is safe....... for now...          www.gilbertk9.com




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CLUB COMMITTEES                                         The Public Education Committee is
                                                        responsible for informing the public at large
DFWMGRC's standing committees were                      about interesting activities and events as they
established to advance the work of the Club in          relate to Goldens. It maintains a list of city
such matters as dog shows, field trials, obedience      ordinances affecting animals in the metroplex
trials, trophies, annual prizes, membership and         and keeps the membership informed of any
other areas which might be served by                    changes and updates.
committees. The success of our Club depends
on membership participation and every member            The Membership Committee maintains and
is encouraged to join at least two committees.          updates the membership list; prepares
DFWMGRC's standing committees are as follows:           membership applications and new member
                                                        information packets; introduces new
The Bench Committee assists the Specialty               applicants and members; maintains records of
Chairman in planning our annual specialty, is           application dates and their status; and
responsible for holding one sanctioned show             arranges a sponsor for each new member.
every year; maintaining a list of AKC licensed
judges; rules for shows and matches; the breed          The Hospitality Committee arranges for
standard; a current calendar of upcoming shows;         refreshments at Club meetings and functions;
and plans conformation activities throughout the        works with the Conformation, Obedience,
year.                                                   Tracking and Field committees to provide food
                                                        and drink at Club events; plans the annual
The Field Committee is responsible for holding          Christmas party and Awards Banquet.
one WC/WCX test and one AKC Hunting Test
each year; maintaining a list of AKC qualified          The Constitution and ByLaws Committee
judges; rules for WC/WCX tests, hunting tests           annually reviews the Constitution and Bylaws
and field trials; a current calendar of upcoming        and proposes appropriate changes of
tests; and plans field activities throughout the        clarifications. It keeps a record of all Standing
year.                                                   rules currently in force and is responsible for
                                                        publication and distribution of the Constitution
 The Tracking Committee is responsible for              and Bylaws and the Standing Rules.
holding one sanctioned TD/TDX every year;
maintains a list of AKC licensed tracking judges;
rules for tracking tests; a current calendar of         The Puppy Referral Committee answers
upcoming tests; and plans tracking activities           questions about Goldens and refers callers to
throughout the year.                                    listed litters, stud dogs and kennels. It
                                                        maintains the Club's weekly classified
The Obedience Committee assists the Specialty           advertisement and responds to phone calls
Chairman in planning our annual specialty; is           from interested parties regarding the Club, the
responsible for holding one sanctioned trial every      GRCA and the selection and breeding of
year; maintaining a list of AKC licensed                Golden Retrievers.
obedience judges; rules for trials and matches; a
current calendar of upcoming trials; and plans          The Web Committee develops and monitors
obedience activities throughout the year.               the club’s web site.




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Please sign-up to serve on the committees of your choice by checking the appropriate
spaces below, signing and returning this page to Molly Chapman. Existing committee
heads who wish to retain chairmanship are also requested to submit the attached
acknowlegement.

I am interested in becoming the chairperson/committee member (circle one) of the following
DFWMGRC's standing committee:

_______Conformation Committee                                ______Field Committee

_______Obedience Committee                                    ______Tracking Committee

_______Membership Committee                                   ______Hospitality Committee

_______Public Education Committee                             ______Puppy Referral Committee

_______Constitution & ByLaws Committee                        ______Statistics Committee

_______Trophy Committee                                       ______Ways & Means Committee

_______Web Committee                                          ______Newsletter


   _________________________________________________________

   Signature             Date



GRCA WESTERN REGIONAL              March 23, 2007-Ft. Worth, TX
              Specialty Show and Obedience Trial
              Judges: Roland “Hach” Hachtel – Conformation
                           Michele Granger Leon – Sweepstakes
                               Lynn F. Eggers – Obedience
             Special Attractions: Honors Parade
             Show Chair: Rita Robins GRCAWestern2007@dfwmgrc.org
             Superintendent: Jack Onofrio Dog Shows, LLC
         *Entries close: March 7, 2007
        **Advertising closing date: February 1, 2007
               WC/WCX: Sunday, March 25, 2007 – Terrell, TX
         Chair: Terry Thornton
    amigoldretrievers@yahoo.com

DALLAS-FT. WORTH METRO GOLDEN RETRIEVER CLUB INDEPENDENT SPECIALTY March 22, 2007

              Specialty Show and Obedience Trial
           Judges: Susan M Petermann – Conformation
                                 William L. Chaillot, Sr. – Obedience
                                *please note there will be no sweepstakes at this event
           Show Chair: Lesley Pettengill
                                wildflowertexas2000@yahoo.com

           Companion Events at the same location:
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           March 24, 2007 - Ft. Worth Kennel Club (all breed & obedience)
           March 25, 2007 - Texas Kennel Club (all breed &obedience)
           Superintendent for all shows: Jack Onofrio Dog Shows, LLC
           Entries close: March 7, 2007
Trophy Claims for 2007 and Onward
Having been the clubs Statistics Chair this year has been a real eye-opener, and quite a shock to the system. I have never met
such a variety of means of submitting claims in my life, from formal letters to pencil notes scrawled on the back of envelopes. As
many of you know I have been back and forth seeking clarification on this point and that for some weeks!!

So:
To assist all future Statisticians, and to aid the members at record keeping, I suggested to the Board that it might be a very good
idea if we produced a form that covers all the details and asks all the relevant questions. They have approved the forms below and
I am asking all members to use them in future.
The spread sheet should be easy to understand and, if you all fill it in after each win or score, then it will not present a mammoth
task at the end of the year. It will also provide you with a clear record of where your dog is and what he or she has achieved,
which will be fun to look back on in years to come.
There is a separate form for claiming plaques which doesn’t need the spread sheet with it. Using these forms will mean the club
has a clear and complete archive and will help to prevent confusion and disputes in years to come. These forms will be in the Oc-
tober newsletter from now on .

Carol Gilbert
2006 Statistics Chair

These are the columns for an Excel spreadsheet. If you can not form one yourself, either Carol or
Janet can forward the sheet to you.

Complete all columns relevant to the Trophy being claimed, Use a separate sheet for each dog
Dogs Name Sponsoring Club     Qualifying Get  Date    Test Level Class Placement      Entry Score
                             Average Title Achieved Trophy Points


                                              DFWMGRC Plaque Claim Form
               (To be completed in ink, in block capitals, or typewritten. Please use a separate form for each Dog)

Full Name of Dog including all titles (please use a separate form for each dog)

Full Names of all Owners (please underline the names of owners who are club members):

Titles won with dates

Plaque Required Y/N (delete as appropriate)
Title Bar(s) Only Y/N (delete as appropriate)

List any committees/events claimed in lieu of meetings.


Please attach copies of certificates or other appropriate supporting evidence.

All applicants must read and sign the following declaration.

I declare that the dog named above falls within the criteria covered by the standing rules for Trophies and Awards in
paragraph I A :
“The recognized Golden Retriever must be owned or co-owned by a member in good standing of the DFWMGRC. If co-owned the
dog must be:
Totally financially supported by the member, OR
Shown or handled to eligible points or scores by the Club member, OR
Residing with the club member on a regular basis (not temporarily) when not being actively campaigned. “

I also declare that I have met the requirements of paragraph 1 D of the standing rules for trophies and awards:
“A member must be in good standing and must have attended at least four (4) Club meetings during the calendar year to be eligi-
ble to win, or have a golden retriever owned or co-owned by him/her win a Club Trophy or receive a plaque. Working a licensed
club event or serving on a committee may count as a meeting for a maximum of two (2) meetings.”
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Signature of applicant……………………………………….. Date……………………….
                                             DFWMGRC Trophy Claim Form
 (To be completed in ink, in block capitals, or typewritten. Please use a separate form for each Trophy, and each Dog or Junior)

Full Name of Dog including all titles (please use a separate form for each dog)




Sex (Dog or Bitch)

Full Names of all Owners (please underline the names of owners who are club members):




Names of Breeders (for Bred By applications) / Date of Birth of Dog (if claiming a puppy trophy)
or name of Junior Handler (for Junior Trophies):



Name of the Trophy Being Claimed (Please use a separate form for each trophy):



List any committees/events claimed in lieu of meetings.


Total Points claimed Number of events               Average (If required)



Please provide details of all events and scores on the spread sheet and attach supporting evidence. Extra sheets may be used if
required.

All applicants must read and sign the following declaration.

I declare that the dog named above falls within the criteria covered by the standing rules for Trophies and Awards in
paragraph I A :
“The recognized Golden Retriever must be owned or co-owned by a member in good standing of the DFWMGRC. If co-owned the
dog must be:
Totally financially supported by the member, OR
Shown or handled to eligible points or scores by the Club member, OR
Residing with the club member on a regular basis (not temporarily) when not being actively campaigned. “

I also declare that I have met the requirements of paragraph 1 D of the standing rules for trophies and awards:
“A member must be in good standing and must have attended at least four (4) Club meetings during the calendar year to be eligi-
ble to win, or have a golden retriever owned or co-owned by him/her win a Club Trophy or receive a plaque. Working a licensed
club event or serving on a committee may count as a meeting for a maximum of two (2) meetings.”

Signature of applicant……………………………………….. Date……………………..




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                             TROPHIES 2006
TOP SHOW GOLDEN
BIS CH Tempo's Easy Rider SDHF, BISS
      David & Barbara Brown & Catherine Meddaugh

BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX
Regattas Racing Genoa
      Donna Gulledge

TOP SHOW PUPPY
Camlin's R U For Real
       Nancy Crowley

TOP OBEDIENCE GOLDEN
Sunsplash Ute Start Your Engine CD, NA, NAJ, NAP, RA
      Sally & Bruce Sherman

TOP FIELD GOLDEN
Amigold Frequent Flier WCX
       Terry Thornton

TOP JUNIOR HANDLER
       Marshala Horton

CROSSWINDS BRED BY EXHIBITOR
Tempo's U've Got What Gets Me
     David & Barbara Brown

D/FW NOVICE OBEDIENCE CHALLENGE TROPHY
Asterling's Vo'ice Activated CGC, RA, CD
       Lesley Pettengill

OTCH SHADOWS MYSTERY STAR CAMO UDX UTILITY TROPHY
U-CDX Aero-Jett's Speaker of Tales UD RE SH WCX
      John & Janet Frick

CH GOLDEN SUN'S HURRICANE CAJUN UD, SH, WCX VERSATILITY TROPHY
Ch VanReel's Dreaming of a Threepeat CD RN SH WC VCX
      Rita Robins

DFWMGRC STUD DOG TROPHY
Ch Amigold On A Wing N A Prayer CD MH WCX VCX *** DDHF OS
       Terry Thornton

U-CD DEBLINS MONTANA DREAMIN' UD MH WCX MEMORIAL TROPHY
      Rayshel Horton

GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD                   9
     Richard Gilbert
Title Plaques
Harry Houdini JH WC Rita Robins     WC

HRCH, U-CD;Ch VanReel's Dreaming of a Threepeat CD, RN, SH, WC, VCX Rita Robins            CH RN VCX

Asterling's Voice Activated CD RA   Lesley Pettengill       CD RA

Sunsplash Ute Start Your Engine CD, RA, NAP, OA, NAJ        Sally & Bruce Sherman CD NA NAJ NAP RA RN
                                                                                  OA RE

U-CD Aero-Jett's Speaker of Tales UD RE SH WCX       John & Janet Frick     UD U-CDX NAJ

Sheridon's Orig Irish Cream RN JH NJP CGC Sherri Farmer & Donna Todd        RN JH NJP

Sheridons Kahlua N Cream NA NAJ NJP         Sherri Farmer & Donna Todd      NA NAJ NJP

Gingrocks July Birthstone JH WC WCX         Anna M Curry MD         WCX

Gingrocks Ol' Texas Barbwir WCX     Anna M Curry MD         WCX

Gingrocks Big Island Brew SH WC WCX         Anna M Curry MD         WCX

Glengowans Man on A Mission CDX, RE, AX, AXJ, CGC           Caldwell / Couch         CD CDX RN RA RE NA OA
A                                                                                     AX NAJ OAJ AXJ

Glengowan's Tinker Taylor RN        Caldwell         RN

CH Camlin's Salt Water Rig   Nancy Crowley / Susie Pepas    CH

SHR CH Glengowan JusCoz All Spiced Up CDX JH OA OAJ JH WC VCX Lynda & Timothy Williams OA              OAJ

Allgolds Zia Whistler UD,RE,MX,MXJ Karen Couch & Betsey Strohl      RA RE

Amigold Frequent Flier WC WCX **    Terry Thornton          WCX     **

Amigold Sky Hi Its Only Money SH WCX        Terry Thornton SH       WCX

U-CH Denali's Aurura Borealis CD    Laurie Burks Long       U-Ch

U-CH Petsan Morgan CDX       Laurie Burks Long       U-Ch, CDX

Denalis Glacial Gaia UCD, RN, RA    Laurie Burks Long       U-CD, RN, RA

U-CH Denali's Talkeetna Tess Laurie Burks Long       U-Ch

U-CH Denalis Big Dipper      Laurie Burks Long/ Roger R Long        U-Ch

Goldencols Sky Hi Encore MX MXJ VCD2 TD JH CDX RE           Ann Horton      RA, RE

Badgersbrook Texas Hurricane CD RE OAJ      Rayshel Horton RA RE OAJ CD

Goldenwinds PS I Love You RN NA NAJ         Marshala Horton, Alan , Ellen & Melissa Meyers RN

Goldencols What a Girl Wants RN     Marshala Horton         RN

Manors Galahad RN     Pat Ingram    RN

Triune Rollin on the River CDX RE JH NA NAP NAJ NJP         Pat Ingram      NJP RA RE

Trinity's River of Dreams CDX RE SH NAJ NJP          Pat Ingram & Rita Robins    NAP NAJ RE NJP
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Amigold Mor Collrs Than Sense JH NA NAJ WC           Susan Beckman & Terry Lynn Thornton NA NAJ WC

Becksgold Nature's Fury OA NAJ      Garry & Susan Beckman           OA NAJ OAJ
                           ATTENTION EXHIBITORS!
     All-breed CERF Exams, Heart Exams and MicroChip Clinic
            Saturday, March 24, 2007 (9:00am to 3:30pm)
                          Amon G. Carter Exhibits Building – Ft. Worth, TX


       Heart Clinic - Dr. Sonya Gordon, Cardiologist Texas A&M Univ.
                                             $35.00 per dog
       Clinic will be located in a motor home outside the dock doors on the north side of the
   building. Owner must bring registration information. Appointments will be on a walk-in basis


                         MicroChip Clinic - Home Again System
                                               $35 per dog
Clinic will be located in the Small Exhibits Building. Owner must bring registration information as
well as name, address & telephone number of your regular veterinarian. Appointments will be on
                   a walk-in basis. Proceeds to be donated to DFWMGR Rescue.


    CERF Eye Clinic - Dr. Rachel D. Ring, DVM, Diplomate American
                         College of Veterinary Ophthalmologist
                       $25.00 per dog (additional CERF paperwork $1.00)
                           Clinic will be located in the Small Exhibits Building

                             Appointment and pre-registration required!
        Walk-ins will be accepted only if available around scheduled appointments. Owners
         must arrive with dog(s) & registration information 15 minutes prior to appointment
       for papillary dilation and completion of CERF paperwork. Dilation may have an effect
       on dogs showing. Appointment times can be adjusted according to your show times.

                                Please make reservations early
      Contact Debbie Littleton at wyndehills@aol.com or complete and mail the form below:
                                   CERF Pre-Registration Form
  Name: ______________________________________________________________________________

  Address: ____________________________________________________________________________

  City/State/Zip: ________________________________________________________________________

  Telephone __________________________________ Email address _____________________________

  Number of Dogs to be examined ________________ Appt time requested ________________________

  Return form and fees made payable to the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metro Golden Retriever club to Debbie Littleton,
  3920 Hidden Trail, Flower Mound, TX 75028.

Sponsored by the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metro Golden Retriever Club & DFWMGR Rescue
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