Bryan-College Station Retriever Club is:
- a group of retriever
trainers, owners, and people who hunt and live in the Bryan-College
Station area, working together to improve our own abilities and those
of our dogs while having the best time imaginable.
- a non-profit
organization dedicated to the improvement of the retrieving breeds
- associated with
both the American
Kennel Club and the Hunting
Retriever Club/United Kennel Club, hosting annual hunting
tests under the regulations of these organizations
to put it plainly -
folks who own retrievers and love them, and usually hunt with them. Somewhere
from getting the puppy and hunting, we got caught up in this group, figuring
that somebody probably knew a little bit more about making that puppy
sit and stay than we did. Surely someone in a retriever club knew how
to make a Lab stop (pick one!) digging, chewing, barking, shedding! And
possibly someone in this group knew where the ducks and geese were landing,
and could take us out hunting some winter morning. And maybe, if we were
lucky, we could make some friends who would share some shells, some hot
coffee, some goose gumbo, some training tips, and some tall tales...
we were right.
to download a membership application
2014 7:00 pm
Kent Moore Cabinets HQ
for more details.
Spring AKC Hunt Tests
out these awesome photos
taken by Jim Yeager at the
BCSRC 2014 Spring AKC Hunt tests.
Most are From both Junior flights on Saturday
with a few Master A on Sunday (until
weather took a sudden turn for the worst).
Disease in Texas
Rachel Curtis, a PhD student from Texas A&M, made a presentation at
our October 2013 meeting
the Chagas disease in Texas,
which is transmitted by a parasite hosted by
Kissing bugs. Please download the following
PDF docs to learn more about this potentially deadly canine disease and
how to avoid it.
Disease in Texas
Bugs in Texas
Bugs and Chagas Disease in Texas
to visit the TAMU web site.
For questions please contact Rachel
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