2012 was the 50th Anniversary of the LIGRC.

Since 1962 our goal has been to promote one of America's favorite dog breeds. Our members participate in agility, breed conformation, field, obedience, rally and/or tracking. If you love your Golden and are interested in doing more with your dog we encourage you to join us.

About Golden Retrievers

For years the Golden Retriever has been one of America's best loved dogs. The Golden is a sporting dog found in the field; and at agility, obedience, rally trials, tracking events and the show ring.

Goldens are outside dogs. From their beginnings as field dogs in the Highlands of Scotland they were always part of the outdoors. Their thick double coat was developed to withstand the harsh Highland winters and rigors of cold streams and thick brush. They require exercise and activity to keep them busy and fit. They love doing simple things such as going for walks in the woods or the beach. While Goldens love being with people, they think there is nothing wrong with finding a puddle or a mud hole to roll in and then come home soaking wet or covered in mud with a big smile that says, Love Me!

Upcoming Club Events:

The following is a list of events that are starting within the next four weeks.
(Before November 19, 2016).
A complete list of scheduled events can be found on the Events Calendar page.

at Total Pet Care in Holbrook 780-1 Broadway Avenue
DrKristina Vygantas , Diplomate ACVO (Ophthalmology) " eyes " $36 per dog,
Dr Cassidy Sedacca (Cardiology) " heart " Auscuition (ofa forms will be used $40 per dog, Echocardiography $245 and Auscuition for litters ($40 first puppy and then $12 per puppy
Micro Chipping TBA
all dogs must be microchiped or tattooed to attend heart clinic
microchip $35 per dog (Home Again microchips will be used
FMI and application email Danielle Hannifin dchannifin@gmail.com
Nov 16, 2016Annual Meeting " elections "
at LI Veterinary Services
163 South Service Road, Plainview, NY
directions from East LIE exit 46 (Sunnyside Blvd.), make a left at the traffic light at the end of the off-ramp onto Sunnyside Blvd. and then make a quick left onto the service road of the Long Island Expressway going back East. Continue on the service road for 1.2 miles, Direction from West LIE exit 46 Continue 1.2 miles

This page has been viewed 16,650 times since Sun Sep 18 23:52:08 2016.