Finger Lakes Kennel Club Helps Local Fire Department Save Pets Of All Sizes

The Finger Lakes Kennel Club presented the Tompkins County Department of Emergency Response with two Pet Oxygen Mask kits at the club’s July 12 Meeting.  Beth Harrington, Assistant Director/EMS Coordinator, accepted the donation which will be deployed to the Dryden Ambulance/Fire Department. The donation of the Pet Oxygen Mask kits means that the Dryden Ambulance/Fire Department will be able to outfit two of their trucks, helping them provide better care to the community.  
According to Wag’N Enterprises, LLC who produces the oxygen mask kits, “far too many pets die each year of smoke asphyxiation…. While firemen attempt to get pets safely out of burning structures, they are not able to revive them unless they have the proper equipment — pet oxygen masks. These specially-designed animal masks can be used both on conscious pets that have suffered from smoke inhalation and pets that need to be resuscitated after losing consciousness from exposure to the dangerous toxic fumes.”  Each kit allows rescue workers to help animals as small as birds & pockets pets up to large dogs.
 The Finger Lakes Kennel Club raised the funds for these Pet Oxygen Mask kits at their Spring Match show this past March.  They plan to hold additional fund raisers to support the purchase of additional kits for the Tompkins County Department of Emergency Response.
"Amanda Pough, member of FLKC, presented the Pet Oxygen Mask kits to Beth Harrington, Assistant Director/EMS Coordinator".

“Amanda Pough, member of FLKC, presented the Pet Oxygen Mask kits to Beth Harrington, Assistant Director/EMS Coordinator”.

Organized in the 1940’s, the Finger Lakes Kennel Club, Inc. Includes members from a wide area of central New York’s Finger Lakes region.  The Club’s missions include the  directive to “protect and advance the interests of dogs.” This donation continues a tradition of donations to organizations as diverse as local shelters to Cornell’s Baker Institute for Animal Health, all whom “protect and advance the interests of dogs.” More information may found at www.fingerlakeskennelclub.org or by Secretary Debi Howe –debijhowe@aol.com.

EARTHDOG TRAINING – 7/2 & 7/16

EARTHDOG TRAINING…..I know there are shows but we will be holding a training session on July 2nd – at the trial site in Newark Valley . Final session on July 16th, 9:30 am until noonish or longer if needed.
Bring your lunch , chair, crate or xpen.
This is TRAINING, and problem solving.
Donation of $5.00 per dog
Please feel free to share.

Please email Marg Pough with the level you will be training. mbp1@cornell.edu

Norfolk club will be holding training on Friday 21st –
register with Peggy Metcalf @ nflurries@gmail.com
Training is from noon to 3:30
12-1 IQ
1-2 JE
2-3 SE
3-3:30 ME
ME will also have training during IQ time/

FLKC Earthdog Weekend Reminder!!!!! July 22 & 23, 2017

Reminder for the Earthdog Weekend: each day we are offering *two* Tests. Each test has three or four classes available.
The price break for multiple classes is for the same dog entered in a second class IN THE SAME TEST. This is most often for when a Master Dog is entered in Senior as well. A dog entered in a class in the morning and in the afternoon is entered in two DIFFERENT tests and therefore will pay the first entry fee rate for both the morning and afternoon.
?s – email Amanda at FLKCEarthdog@yahoo.com

FLKC 2017 Earthdog Trial Premium List

Below is the link to the FLKC 2017 Earthdog Trial Premium List –

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New Lifetime Member Recipient – Mona Shaw

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Mona joined the Finger Lakes Kennel Club in 1995.   Over the past 20 years, Mona has served in many areas, as a member of the FLKC.  She has served on many different Committees, participated in Club sanctioned public education projects, worked at Match shows and Point shows, in several different capacities.  Over the years she has taken part in the club events at the Ithaca Mall & The Meet the Breeds at Cass Park.

For at least 15 of her 20 years, Mona served as the Secretary for the FLKC.  She has also been Show Chair, Assistant Show Chair, Hospitality Chair, Chief Ring Steward & she even tried helping at Earth Dog.  She gives, tirelessly, of her time & energy, to the Spring & Fall Point shows, every year.  She has handled the camping for the Fall Point show,  which is a huge undertaking in itself!  Mona is always ready to help, whenever help is needed!!!!

Mona is still very active in the FLKC and currently is serving as the Club Treasurer. 

Mona raised & showed Akitas for many years.  She now shows  Cardigan Welsh Corgis.  Mona is also an AKC Judge.

President Ereign Seacord presented Mona’s Lifetime pendent.

Congratulations Mona!!!!!!!

Member Brags……………..

From Susan Morse……I am pleased to announce that Cane finished his ASCA (Australian Shepherd Club of America) Rally Championship at the age of 11 years 10 months. I believe he might be the first Malionis to ever complete this title. In order to earn this Rally title, one has to finish the title in the Master class after doing Novice, Advance and Open. Then one needs 100 points in Excellent and 100 in Master along with five times in each class of scoring 195 or better. Points are based on scores of 191 or above with 191 receiving one point, 192 two points and so forth. So the maximum is 10 points per class per show. Of course the Master level is the most difficult and has elements of obedience between open and utility. Along the way Cane received five High in Trials and eight High Combine (highest Rally scores at the show between Excellent and Masters classes). While working on this title, Cane qualified every time and fourteen times he received scores of 195 or better in both classes with many perfect scores. He complete this title at the HONEY ASCA show in August with a perfect 200 from Masters, a second placement and High Combine. Cane has titles in AKC, ASCA, APDT, CPE, two Weight pulling associations, and from AMBC his ROM’s. Total number of titles and sub-titles are 85. This was accomplished by participating in breed confirmation, obedience, agility, rally and weight pulling. Cane also has sired one litter and has been intact throughout his career. To sum it up, his new name is: 

CH, C-ATCH IV, CS-ATE, ARCH, RTCH  Honeycreek Hurricane AKC– CGC, RAE, CD, MX, AXJ, XF, AXJP, AXP, XFP, ASCA – CD, REX, REMX, JS-O, GS-O, RV-O, APDT-RL1X, RL2, CPE-CL1, CL2, CL3, CL4, CL5, SpExST, SpExFH APDA-PDN-S, NWDA – WPT1, WPT2, WPT3, ROM I

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