We are trying a new site this year. And we
have gorgeous trophies.
And we’ll feed you. And we have a few tricks up
our sleeves, such as:Six (6)!! Opportunities for points!!
That’s (6) consecutive opportunities for points all at one site.
We’re expecting majors!!!!
Doberman Pinscher Club will host two concurrent specialties at the
Breeders’ Circuit Dog Shows.
These specialties will be held after
Doberman judging at the Souhegan KC show on Friday, November 1 and the
Framingham District KC show on Saturday, November 2.
The all-breed shows
begin Thursday, October 31, and with the inclusion of these specialties, Doberman exhibitors will have 6 total events in which to compete and earn points during the circuit.
Where: The Hampshire Dome in Milford NH (about 25 miles north of Fitchburg, MA)
Judges: Friday Sweepstakes (Puppy and Veterans): Mr. Gary Breton Regular Classes (including Veterans): Mr. Doug Matson
Saturday Sweepstakes (Puppy and Veterans): Mrs.Shelly Sinclair-Wood Regular Classes (including Veterans): Ms. Marilyn Biggs
Special trophies have been procured to celebrate our 40th
anniversary as well as our joining up with the Breeders’ Circuit for
Trophies will be given to ALL first place class
be served during a break between Doberman all-breed judging and the
Specialty judging, and everyone’s invited.
Come celebrate with us!
Judges for the All-Breed shows are Thursday Mr. Bob Busby
Friday Mr. William Rodriguez
Saturday Mrs. Deborah J. Wilkins Sunday Mr. Warner Cespedes
Entries close October 16th ~ don’t miss out!
Subject:Fwd: Canine parvovirus outbreaks affecting northern Berkshire County and Worcester County.
– Friday, June 14, 2013 – Officials from the Massachusetts Department
of Agricultural Resources' Division of Animal Health are alerting dog
owners of two significant Canine parvovirus outbreaks affecting northern
Berkshire County and Worcester County.
of dogs have been affected in these two areas, and several have died or
had to be euthanized due to severe illness caused by the virus. There
are effective vaccines available and animal health officials are urging
dog owners to check with their veterinarian to confirm that their pets
generally require a series of vaccinations and adult dogs may need a
yearly booster. All of the dogs that have been infected during these
outbreaks had either never been vaccinated, or had only received one
primarily infects puppies, but any unvaccinated dog can be susceptible.
Dogs usually exhibit symptoms of gastrointestinal illness, including
vomiting and diarrhea. Although dogs can recover from the disease if it
is detected early and treated aggressively, it can be fatal. The virus
is typically spread directly from dog to dog, but it can persist in the
environment for several months. Dogs that have been infected and recover
can remain infectious for several months.
Canine parvovirus does not affect humans or other domestic animals.
mission is to ensure the long-term viability of agriculture in
Massachusetts. Through its four divisions – Agricultural Conservation
& Technical Assistance, Agricultural Markets, Animal Health, and
Crop and Pest Services – DAR strives to support, regulate and enhance
the rich diversity of the Commonwealth's
agricultural community to promote economically and environmentally
sound food safety and animal health measures, and fulfill
agriculture's role in energy conservation and production. For more information, visit DAR's website at www.mass.gov/agr
NEW VACCINE AVAILABLE FOR BONE CANCER
Osteosarcoma (bone cancer) is most commonly seen in large and giant breed dogs.
It is an aggressive cancer that frequently affects the long bones and despite
limb amputation and chemotherapy many dogs die from the cancer that spreads to
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania?s
School of Veterinary Medicine are now evaluating a new vaccine for dogs that
have been diagnosed with osteosarcoma. If your dog has recently been diagnosed
with bone cancer or is currently undergoing chemotherapy for bone cancer he/she
may be eligible for vaccination.
Details of the study including the benefits of
enrollment are available HERE
Alternatively you can contact the Principal
Investigator of the study Dr. Nicola Mason directly at: email@example.com or
by telephone at: 215 898 3996