Whelped in 1990

 


About the Iroquois Labrador Retriever Club

Members of the Iroquois Labrador Retriever Club are dedicated Lab fanciers in Western New York, northeastern Ohio, and northwestern Pennsylvania, who enjoy and wish to preserve the remarkable nature and abilities of this peerless breed.

The Club was first founded in 1990 as a specialty club by its first president, Steve Graham, and past president, Linda Quinn, who met at a Labrador Specialty event. The Club has grown to encompass many of the activities in which Labradors excel, including sanctioned and licensed specialty shows and hunt tests under American Kennel Club rules and regulations.

Constitution and By-Laws of the
Iroquois Labrador Retriever Club





Dogs are not our whole life,
but they make our lives whole.

— Roger Caras


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Last updated April 20, 2009

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