2015 Board of Directors My apologies to all of you for being so lax in putting out a newsletter. Life just got in the way and I know Recording Secretary many of you can relate. In January, I merged my printing business with another, larger print shop.
Lots of little details and here I thought I would have Corresponding Secretary more extra time! Not! Many of you are caring for an aging parent and we all feel the respon- sibility for that undertaking. Anyway.
We had another amazing Match, chaired by Susan Burke-Rose, who was in the midst of a move during our planning stages! Kudos to Susan for taking on this fun event. We had two amazing judges: Andrew MacArthur and Karen Chapman. Needless to say we had a strong lineup of cute puppies. Our match just wouldn't be the same without our awesome array of food. Special thanks to Tom and Marie Zimmerman for hosting our fantastic BBQ lunch again this year. And thank you all to those of you who contributed to the pot luck.
Jen Cordero put on a really stellar raffle and you all contributed Specialty quality items. Our raffles can't be beat and they sure help us out financially so that we can continue to put on Lastly, another big thank you to Terri Saurber for handling all of the LabHead merchandise.
It looked great and I think we sold quite a bit. Barb Randle, thank you for another year of han- dling the set up and making it look easy.
Membership Chairman Needless to say, there are so many of you behind the scenes who make our match such a suc- cess. You know the old saying. It takes a village. Well, we have an AWESOME village! Lots of cute puppies coming up. congrats to the winners! Newsletter Editor We had a small turnout for our April Meeting and we miss seeing all of you!! We did get some planning done to get us through our summer months. Please remember that we will not be meeting indoors until the September meeting.
We're hoping to put together a training day sometime in May. Details to follow. Those of you planning to train this summer for our WC/AWC Picnic in August - stay tuned! Keep Thinking Spring and Warmer Weather. See you soon!!!Lee Retriever Believer is a monthly newsletter published by the Labrador Retriever Club of Greater Denver, a non-profit organization and issued to all members prior to the upcoming meeting in the interest of promoting purebred Labrador Retrievers, member's interests and friendship. Non-membership sub- scription rate is $25 per year.
Deadline for newsletter contributions is the 25th of the month prior.
Opinions contained in this newsletter are not necessarily those of the LRCGD or the Editor.
Field Training Day Foothills RTC, contact Carol Brady for more info: 303-902-1107 LRCA Two Specialties Central Wyoming KC's Show Information:,, (specialties) Hunt Test Training Information:,, LRCGD Membership Directory Corrections:
Please add back in: 44689 Sundown Trail Elizabeth, CO 80107 Phone Number Correction:
Lou & Norma Janke: The LRCGD for many years has adopted a Breeder's Code of Ethics. The following is a brief summarization of that code: Stud Dogs and Brood Bitches must be two years of age and possess appropriate hip and eye clearances. Stud Dogs and Brood Bitches should have earned at least one of the following: two championship points, an Obedience, HRT, Tracking or WC title. A JAM or placement in a Field Trial would also qualify. For more information, please consult the complete LRCGD Breeder's Code of Ethics. Club rules require that we state whether or not Breeder's code requirements were met for each litter. LRCGD members of the bitch only, who are the owner or co-owner may list their litters in the Retriever Believer. The breeders listed are members in good standing of the LRCGD, but in no circumstances does the LRCGD guarantee the services of said member. Buyers should review any contracts and/or guarantees with the breeder.
Club Members with Litters or Upcoming Litters: Chrissy Greene (puppies due in June?) 719-264-1881 or [email protected] Sue Harrington (Black Males Available) 719-219-1919 or [email protected] Lynn & Kay White (Blacks, possibly yellows due) 303-795-9437 or [email protected] Please Note: Lit er Listing fees are waived for those who have volunteered at our club events (the chairman of each event wil submit a list of volunteers).
Any club stud dog owner who would like to refer a bitch ownerʼs lit er (non-member) with proper clearances - fee for three months: $100. Please send checks to: LRCGD c/o Lee Darrigrand, Editor, 12385 Country Meadows Drive, Parker, CO 80134. Thank You!!!
The Editor will be happy to report all accomplishments in the ring or field. If I am present at a particular event, I will try to report the results to the best of my ability. However, for accuracy, please send all results to me in writing. Don't forget to send me your title completions, as it is the Editor's job to compile a final list at year's end for LRCGD Awards.
Papago LRC, 2/7/15, Judge: Greg Lynch
WD (2pts) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UCH Amethyst Paint It Black at Canyon WC. Cordero/Amos
Mile High Sporting Dog Fanciers, 2/12/15, Judge: Suzanne D. Hemminger
2nd 12-18 Dog, RWD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UCH Amethyst Paint It Black at Canyon WC. Cordero/Amos
Plum Creek KC, 2/13/15, Judge: Pluis Davern
2nd 12-18 Dog, RWD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UCH Amethyst Paint It Black at Canyon WC. Cordero/Amos
Colorado KC, 2/14/15, Judge: Carl Leipmann
1st 12-18 Dog, RWD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UCH Amethyst Paint It Black at Canyon WC. Cordero/Amos
Terry All KC's, 4/11-12/15
Beginner Novice Both days . . . . . . . . . . . . Sunrose Aristes' Caliche JH, AWC. Pease . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sunrose Aristes' Wishuponastar JH, AWC. Pease
Mountain States DTC, 5/2-3/15
Beginner Novice Both days, NEW TITLES! . . . . . Sunrose Aristes' Caliche JH, AWC. Pease . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sunrose Aristes' Wishuponastar JH, AWC. Pease LRCGD B MATCH, March 14, 2015
Best In Sweepstakes
Anrew MacArthur, Regular Class Judge
Sunshine's Car y On With Blue. Brady Karen Chapman, Sweepstakes Judge
Best Opposite Sex In Sweepstakes
Simerdown's Bastogne. Vaughn Sweeps Puppy Dogs 3-6 Months
Simerdown's Bastogne. Vaughn Puppy Dogs 3-6 Months
Snowber y Winchester Up In Arms. Gunckel Simerdown's Bastogne. Vaughn Beaver Creek's Polar Pawz. Bonwel Snowber y Winchester Up In Arms. Gunckel Beaver Creek's Polar Pawz. Bonwel Sweeps Puppy Dogs 6-9 Months
Remingtons Mighty Quinn. Randle Puppy Dogs 6-9 Months
Brooks Take A Journey. Ciancio Gaschler's Tugon This of Rogers. Rogers Gaschler's Tugon This of Rogers. Rogers Remingtons Mighty Quinn. Randle Brooks Take A Journey. Ciancio Sweeps Puppy Dogs 9-12 Months
Kel yn's Champagne Classique. Lynch Puppy Dogs 9-12 Months
High Cntry's Micky Finn Hazel Run. Ruarck Kel yn's Champagne Classique. Lynch High Cntry's Micky Finn Hazel Run. Ruarck Sweeps Puppy Bitches 3-6 Months
Remington's Pret y Woman. Randle Puppy Bitches 3-6 Months
Justamere Don't Look Ethel. Talon Remington's Pret y Woman. Randle Dos Rios Go With The Flow. Johnson Justamere Don't Look Ethel. Talon Rompin Be-Bop-A-Lula. Parachini Dos Rios Go With The Flow. Johnson Rompin Be-Bop-A-Lula. Parachini Sweeps Puppy Bitches 9-12 Months
Sunshine's Spirit of Summer. Brady Puppy Bitches 9-12 Months
Dos Rios Purple Anthem. Johnson Dos Rios Purple Anthem. Johnson Kel yn's Champagne Journey. Lynch Sunshine's Spirit of Summer. Brady Kel yn's Champagne Journey. Lynch Sweeps Puppy Bitches 12-15 Months
Silver Tree's Rose of Tralee. Ruarck Sweeps Puppy Bitches 15-18 Months
Sunshine's Car y On With Blue. Brady Sweeps Puppy Bitches 15-18 Months
Dockside Dock of the Bay at 4x4 Labradors. Alexander Sunshine's Car y On With Blue. Brady Sunrose Tequila Sunrise WC. Pease Dockside Dock of the Bay at 4x4 Labradors. Alexander Silver Tree's Rose of Tralee. Ruarck Sunrose Tequila Sunrise WC. Pease Open Yel ow Bitch
Sunrose Autumn Serende WC. Pease Continued on Page 5 Leptospirosis Currently An Outbreak
LRCGD Match Results. Continued from Page 4
Leptospirosis, (an emergent zoonotic disease*) is a bacterial Pointed Dog
disease that can be deadly in humans, dogs and other ani- 1st Domenico's Brunet. Zimmerman mals. Your dog could be at risk of contracting this disease if Veteran Dog
he or she has frequent outdoor activities. Infected wildlife 1st Canyons Roshambo Bn, RA, CGC. Cordero can spread this disease through urine which contaminates water and soil. Dogs that are at risk of exposure to lep- Veteran Bitch
tospirosis should be vaccinated. Domenico Tres Jolie. Zimmerman Additional information regarding leptospirosis is available Best Puppy
from the Centers of Disease Control at www.cdc.cov/lep- Gaschler's Tugon This of Rogers. Rogers Best Opposite Sex Puppy
Dos Rios Purple Anthem. Johnson This notice came in a letter from my vet, Plum Creek Veterinary Services & Dr. Best Adult
Dave Roberts, DVM. *Zoonotic: a disease communicable between animal and man under natural condiditons. Sunshine's Car y On With Blue. Brady Medication Usage For Dogs - From Drs. Smith and Foster source
With a few exceptions as noted below, one should avoid using all medications in pregnant and lactating (nursing) dogs.
There may be instances in which a medication not recommended for use during pregnancy may need to be used to save the life of the bitch, even though it may potentially harm the fetuses. Always consult with your veterinarian before admin- istering any drug or supplement to a pregnant or nursing dog.
NOTE: This is only a partial listing of drugs that should be avoided in pregnant or nursing dogs. A listing of all such drugs
is beyond the scope of this article. If you have concerns regarding a specific drug, type it in the search box above.
May Be Used
Do Not Use Safety Studies in Dogs Not Available;
Consult Your Veterinarian
Use as an antidote, only.
Activated Charcoal Aminopenicillins (Amoxicillin, Ampicillin) Amitraz (Mitaban, Preventic Collars) Amitriptyline (Elavil) Antacids (Maalox, Milk of Magnesia) Atropine Eye Medication Azathioprine (Imuran) Bismuth Subsalicylate (Pepto Bismol) Buspirone (Buspar) Butorphanol (Torbutrol, Torbugesic) Carprofen (Rimadyl) Cephalosporins (Keflex, Cefa-drops) Cimetidine (Tagamet) Cisapride (Propulsid) Clemastine (Tavist 1) May Be Used
Do Not Use Safety Studies in Dogs Not Available;
Consult Your Veterinarian
Clindamycin (Antirobe) Use with caution.
Clomipramine (Clomicalm, Anafranil) Cyclosporin (Optimmune) Diazepam (Valium) Digoxin (Cardoxin) Give only if clearly needed.
Enalapril (Enacard, Vasotec) Enrofloxacin (Baytril) Epsiprantel (Cestex) Erythropoietin (EPO, Epogen) Estrogens (ECP, DES) Etodolac (EtoGesic) Extended Spectrum Penicillins (Carbenicillin) Famotidine (Pepcid) Not recommended for pregnant humans.
Fenbendazole (Panacur) Fipronil (Frontline) Frontline Top Spot Fluoxetine (Prozac) Furosemide (Lasix) Gentamicin (Gentocin) Glucocorticosteroids (Prednisone, Dexamethasone, Hydrocortisone) Glycosaminoglycans (Glucosamine, Chondroitin) Griseofulvin (Fulvicin) Hydroxyzine (Atarax) Imidacloprid (Advantage) Note: Diabetic dogs should not be bred.
Itraconazole (Sporanox) May Be Used
Do Not Use Safety Studies in Dogs Not Available;
Consult Your Veterinarian
Ivermectin (Heartgard) Kanamycin (Amforal, Kantrim) Kaolin (Kaopectate, Canine Pectate) Loperamide (Immodium) Lufenuron (Program) Marbofloxacin (Zeniquin) Mebendazole (Telmintic) Meclofenamic Acid (Arquel) Melarsomine (Immiticide) Methimazole (Tapazole) Methionine (Methigel, Methio-Form) Metoclopramide (Reglan) Metronidazole (Flagyl) Mibolerone (Cheque Drops) Milbemycin (Interceptor, Sentinel) Misoprostol (Cytotec) Mitotane (o,p-DDD, Lysodren) Natural Penicillins (Penicillin G, Crystiben, Penicillin V) Novobiocin (Albaplex) Omeprazole (Prilosec) Orbifloxacin (Orbax) Oxytocin (Pitocin) At delivery.
Pancreatic Enzymes (Pancrezyme, Viokase-K) x Penicillinase Resistant Penicillins (Cloxacillin) Permethrin (Bio Spot-Spot On for Dogs, K9 Advantix) Phenytoin (Dilantin) Phytonadione (Vitamin K) Piperazine (Happy Jack Kennel Wormer, Purina Liquid Wormer, Sergeants Worm Away, Pipa Tabs, Piper Worm Wormer) Other wormers are preferred.
Polysulfated Glycosaminoglycan (Adequan) Depends on type & reason for use.
Potassium Bromide Potentiated Penicillins (Clavamox, Augmentin) Psyllium (Metamucil, Vetasyl) Pyrantel Pamoate (ProWormer-2, Nemex)Do not use wormers with additional ingredients.
Ranitidine (Zantac) May Be Used
Do Not Use Safety Studies in Dogs Not Available;
Consult Your Veterinarian
Rotenone (Goodwinol Ointment) Caution: Do not use on puppies, or expose puppies to this medication.
Selamectin (Revolution) Selegiline (Anipryl) Sulfadimethoxine (Albon, Bactrovet) Sulfadimethoxine & Ormetroprim (Primor) Tetracyclines (Doxycycline, Oxytetracycline) Theophylline (Theo-Dur) Use with caution.
Thyroxine (Synthroid, Soloxine) Note: Hypothyroid dogs should not be bred.
Trimeprazine (Temaril-P) Trimethoprim & Sulfadiazine (Tribrissen) **CAUTION: Some Kaopectate includes bismuth salicylate as an ingredient. Dogs that may have an al ergy to aspirin, or are taking
aspirin, steroids, or another non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) such as Rimadyl, EtoGesic, or Deramaxx should not be given the formulation with bismuth salicylate unless directed by a veterinarian. Dog Trivia.
• The most popular name for a dog is Max.
• An estimated 1 mil ion dogs in the United States have been named the primary beneficiary in their owner's wil .
• Ever wonder why a dog would go in circles before laying down? Pet dogs wil circle anywhere indoors, even in their
own beds. It's not reasoned behavior, but is instinctive to al canines, domesticated and wild. Dogs in the wild would encircle where they laid-down to be sure that there were no snakes or other enemies and also, it was part of the ritual of make a good resting place (tamping down the ground before they laid down.)Dogs would also circle before laying down to find what they think is the most comfortable position. Most dogs don't like to lay on a flat surface, that is why they sometimes paw at the same area before laying. A common theory is that in the wild dogs wil choose to sleep with their nose blowing into the prevailing wind. That being said, they cir- cle to figure out which way that is. One contradiction to this is a sled dog which wil often pad out a circle in the snow and sleep with the wind blowing from back to front so as to stay warm. Dogs circle to mark their scent so they can find that place again.
• Contrary to popular belief, dogs do not sweat by salivating. They sweat through the pads of their feet.
• Dogs are mentioned 14 times in the Bible.
• The dachshund is one of the oldest dog breeds in history (dating back to ancient Egypt.) The name comes from one of its earliest uses - hunting badgers. In German, Dachs means "badger," Hund is "hound."• Every year, $1.8 bil ion is spent on pet food. This is four times the amount spent on baby food.
• French poodles did not originate in France.
• Too closely line breeding causes 3 out of every 10 Dalmatian dogs to suffer from hearing disability.
Continued on page 10 The top 10 reasons to add (AMAZING!) coconut oil to your dog's diet:
1. Coconut oil improves overall skin health, and clears up skin conditions such as eczema, flea allergies, contact der- matitis, and itchy skin.
2. Incredibly emollient, coconut oil helps moisturize the driest skin and makes a dog's coat gleam with health -- whether you add it to her diet, her shampoo, or both! 3. Applied topically to the skin, coconut oil promotes the healing of cuts, wounds, hot spots, bites, and stings.
4. The antibacterial and antifungal properties of coconut oil help reduce doggy odor, and its pleasantly tropical aroma imparts a delightful scent to a dog's skin and coat.
5. Coconut oil prevents and treats yeast infections, including candida. Its antiviral agents also help dogs recover quickly from kennel cough.
6. Digestion and nutrient absorption are improved by the addition of coconut oil to a dog's diet. It can, however, cause stool to loosen; if that happens, just add a few spoonfuls of canned pumpkin to your dog's diet (go here for more stool- firming tips).
7. Coconut oil reduces -- and sometimes eliminates -- doggy breath. Some dog lovers even brush their pets' teeth with the stuff! Which makes sense, as dogs love the taste of coconut oil, and that makes the chore less arduous for brusher and brushee.
8. Like cinnamon, coconut oil helps prevent diabetes by regulating and balancing insulin. It also promotes normal thy- roid function, and helps prevent infection and heart disease.
9. Helping to reduce weight and increase energy, coconut oil also promotes mobility in dogs with arthritis and other joint 10. Again like cinnamon, coconut oil is excellent for brain health; it's being used to stave off dementia in humans, and it's a must to keep senior dogs' minds from becoming cloudy.
Article reproduced via I personal y read about coconut oil on the internet concerning skin al ergies and antifungal prop- erties, which one of my dogs has. Within a month of using it daily in her food, I could see a drastic dif erence in her coat and she quit biting at her paws. Truly remarkable!
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• It has been established that people who own pets live longer, have less stress, and have fewer heart attacks.
• Scientists have discovered that dogs can smel the presence of cancer in humans
• Seventy percent of people sign their pet's name on greeting cards and 58 percent include their pets in family
and holiday portraits.
• 65 percent of pet owners say they have more photos of their pet than of their spouse or significant other.
• The common belief that dogs are color blind is false. Dogs can see color, but it is not as vivid a color scheme as we see. They distinguish between blue, yel ow, and gray, but probably do not see red and green. This is much like our vision at twilight.
• Most pet owners (96 percent) say their pet makes them smile more than once a day.
• The name of the dog from "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas" is Max.
• Chihuahuas are named for the region of Mexico where they were first discovered in the mid-19th century.
• A dog's whiskers are touch-sensitive hairs , they are found on the muzzle, above the eyes and below the jaws, and can actual y sense tiny changes in airflow.
• 33 percent of dog owners admit that they talk to their dogs on the phone or leave messages on an answering machine while away.
• Every known dog except the chow has a pink tongue - the chow's tongue is jet black.
• The English Romantic poet Lord Byron was so devastated upon the death of his beloved Newfoundland, whose name was Boatswain, that he had inscribed upon the dog's gravestone the fol owing: "Beauty without vanity, 10 strength without insolence, courage without ferocity, and al the virtues of man without his vices.


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