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February 2 Sporting Dog Assoc. of Arizona, Phoenix
February 3 VSWC Specialty Show w/Sahuaro State KC, Phoenix
February 4 Sahuaro State KC, Phoenix
February 4/5 Sun Maid KC, Fresno (2)
February 5/6 Lost Dutchman KC, Phoenix (2)
February 9 SWC Board Meeting, location pending
February 13/14 Westminster KC, New York
February 17-23 WCA Western Field Classic, California City
February 18/19 So Coast Vizsla Club/GSP of San Diego, Hunt Tests, California City (4)
February 25/26 Silver Bay KC of San Diego, Del Mar (2)
March 4/5 Kennel Club of Beverly Hills (2)
March 4/5 Superstition Kennel Club, Phoenix (2)
March 9 SWC Membership Meeting, location pending
March 9/10 Sequoia KC, Harford (2)
March 11/12 Kings Kennel Club of CA, Hanford (2)
March 18/19 Del Sur KC, Valley Center (2)


Thursday – February 9, 2017

Marie Callendar’s, 19310 Business Center Dr, Northridge – 818/993-0704

Dinner 7:00pm – Meeting 8:00pm

The nominating committee consisting of Chairman Rachel Agular, Joan Valdez and Dan Finnerty have moninated the following Slate Of Officers for 2017-2018:

President- Helen Finnerty

Vice President: Rachel Aguilar

Secretary: Linda D’Alessandro

Treasurer: Nancy Remeika

Directors: Dan Finnerty, Linda Millstone, Jo-Ann Rosenberg


GCh Silogram’s Rolls Royce CDX owned by Vickie & Robert Margolis, earned a score of 196 in Open B competition at the KC of Palm Springs show on 1/07/17 and the following day Royce had a 194.5 in Open B class at the 2nd Palm Springs show.

 Ch Batista’s Silver Surfer, BN owned by Kathy Graber, on 10/15/16 at the Bakersfield Obedience Training Club earned a 194.5 and 1st  place in Novice A class.



CH Barrett’s Star Elliephant Act – Mara Wildfeuer, Kim Burnell & D Crone


GCHB Silogram’s Rolls Royce CDX – Vickie & Bob Margolis


Ch Barrett N’ Star’s Flying Spectacle NSD – owners Erin Smith & Kim Burnell

Central New Mexico Brittany Club on 10/7-9/16 placed 3rd in Open Derby (6 starters)


A letter to the Membership

Hi everyone, you may already be aware of CVS, but I wanted to pass on a wonderful doctor’s group that helped me with my dog Dreamer’s surgery that happened in 2016.  Dreamer tore the ACL on her left hind leg, and my regular vet took xrays and told me I would need a good Board Certified Orthopedic surgeon to do the surgery.  I interviewed two different places and I decided on CVS (California Veterinary Specialists) in Ontario, off the 60 Freeway.    The Board Certified Surgeons were great, and so was the staff.  It is a large place and they are available for emergency conditions 7-days a week, 24 hours a day.    They have two other locations, which are in Orange County.  Dreamer has since healed beautifully and her bone has filled in. Luckily I have major medical with Nationwide Pet Insurance, so the cost was covered about 95%.   Even though CVS did not recommend physical therapy after the two months of healing, I took  Dreamer to physical therapy at Rose City Vet (which is Dream’s regular vet) in Pasadena, and again, the insurance covered most of the rehab costs.  So after two months of rehab on top of two months of minimum confinement, Dreamer is doing great and can run again.

Have a wonderful and Blessed New Year.

Sandy Keat 


There was a letter received from the AKC concerning “spear phishing,” which is an email scam requesting money for a disaster trailer.  AKC reminded clubs to be wary of any emails asking for money.  They recommend personally contacting the person (not via email) to confirm the request is authentic.  Hackers often know the calendar of the person they are impersonating and request money when they would be difficult to contact.

Donations to AKC can be made through their web site or by sending a check directly to each office.  Do not click on a link provided by the email requesting funds as links can be easily impersonated. If you receive any suspicious emails delete the email immediately and advise your fellow club officers without replying to the original email.