Save The Date!
March 25, 2017
Annual Luncheon Member Meeting
Greater Boston Area Earthdog Club is based in Gardner MA at the Gardner Fish and Gun Club. Our season is from May to September with two Trial weekends and a practice each month. We have hosted a Barn Hunt for the past 4 years in the Fall.
If you are in the New England area and are interested in joining our Earthdog Club, come to one of our events or practices or Email: Liz Lynch (Lizz_lynch@hotmail.com) for more information.
Please look through our website. Checkout our Calendar for Events and practices and pictures of our club members and guests having fun with their four footed buddies! Membership Application is in the Files section.
Judge Joe Mazur
Brody and Reggie's hunt up au naturale!!
The Greater Boston Area Earthdog Club invites you and your dog to come try Earthdog at our Training Days!
The Greater Boston Area Earthdog Club (GBAEC.net) will be hosting Earthdog Training Days. You don't have to be a member of the GBAEC to participate. There is no charge to come and play!
This is an opportunity to try out earth dog for the first time, to work on the "next level" before a trial, or to hone your and your dog's skills and improve comfort levels. All levels (Intro, Junior, Senior and Master) will be available for training.
GBAEC members, many of whom are experienced Earthdog competitors and several are Earthdog judges, will be there to assist with training and share tips. It's a super opportunity to leverage their experience and enjoy the great outdoors with your dog.
Breeds eligible for Earthdog are generally the shorter legged terriers, Miniature Schnauzers, Dachshunds and Min Pins that can fit in the 9”h x 9”w tunnels. AKC eligible breeds can be found here: http://www.akc.org/events/earth-dog/eligible-breeds/
2017 Training Days: May 13, June 17, July 15 and August 5. Start time: 8:30 AM -- running order based on first come
Location: Gardner Fish and Gun Club (538 Clark St, Gardner, MA 01440)
Email Nancy Goldman, Training Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you plan to come. Provide level you want to train and breed of dog.